Electrical Installation Condition Reports

What is an EICR?

EICR stands for Electrical Installation Condition Report. The report ensures that an existing electrical installation is still in a safe and serviceable condition. These results are then recorded and the testing will confirm that the original installation is in a safe working condition. The report will highlight any damage or wear and tear that could affect safety and mention if parts of the installation do not meet current IEE Wiring Regulations.

Latest Updates From Goverment

From the 1 June 2020 the latest updates came into force and apply to new tenancies from 1 June 2020 and existing tenancies from 1 April 2021. For more in-depth information on the changes click the link below
Guide for Landlords Gov.UK

What is included with an EICR?

Here at Vale Electrical we comply with full UK legislation on EICR testing to provide you with the best quality service to ensure the safety of you and your business. We complete a full EICR test and ensure that all electrical installations are working in the correct manner. We will also advise of work that may need completing to make it safe and we can undertake this work if required. As part of our service we will also help to locate anything that could cause any electric shocks, high temperatures, burns, fires and other injuries.

Who needs an EICR

• Commercial, Residential and Industrial Buildings
• Landlords
• Letting Agents

If you have the need for an EICR, please get in touch for a no obligation quote.

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What is the aim of an Electrical Installation Condition Report?

The five main aims of an EICR are:

• To record the results of the inspection in order to make sure your electrical installations are safe, until the next inspection.
•To find any damage and wear and tear that might affect safety, and have it reported.
•To find any components of the electrical installation that do not meet the IET Wiring Regulations
•To help identify any appliance or object that could cause electric shocks and high temperatures.
•To keep an important record of the installation’s condition at the time of the inspection. This can be used in any future inspection.