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EICR & Inspection Surveys

Whether you’re selling your home, looking for new tenants or own a commercial property, it’s important to have an up to date Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR).

We offer extensive electrical testing and inspection services, ensuring your system is safe and meets all the relevant standards.

Importance of Electrical Inspections

While it’s important that electrical systems work well, they should never put you or others at risk. While some dangerous situations are caused by electrical faults, they may also arise in older properties, where the electrics haven’t been upgraded in years. Electrical systems in newer homes should comply with advanced safety regulations, including preventative measures in place to stop hazards such as fires or electric shocks occurring.

Domestic & Commercial Properties

In the home, you need to protect yourself and your family with the right electrical safety measures. In commercial premises, a business must ensure all power supplies and electrics comply with Health and Safety at Work laws. This can be done with regular inspections of your systems.

EICRs are also known as periodic inspections as they should be carried out at regular intervals – usually every 10 years for new installations or 5 years for existing installations in domestic properties, 5 years for commercial premises, 3 years for industrial premises and 5 years in a rented property (or on change of tenancy).

Find out more about landlord responsibilities for electrical safety.

What Are EICR Surveys?

 

Electrical Inspection Condition Reports prove your property’s electrics are safe and up to the required standards, having been inspected by a qualified electrician. If selling your property, you may even find one is requested by your buyer’s surveyor or mortgage lender. A professional electrician will inspect every part of your system, including socket outlets and fuse boards. Our electrical contractors will look for anything from deterioration and damage, to fittings which no longer comply with up to date standards.

One of the key areas covered by an EICR survey is consumer units. Many old fuse boards no longer meet the required electrical standards, so need upgrading to a modern consumer unit. These include the use of an RCD (residual current device) which cuts the power in the event of a fault, reducing the risks of burns or shocks. Find out more about RCDs here.

Our Electrical Inspection Services

Here at DTEEC, we conduct full electrical testing and inspections of your system, producing an EICR for your records. We work with homeowners, commercial properties, letting agents and landlords, ensuring electrics are safe, reliable and compliant.

Upon inspection, If we identify any faults in your system or parts in need of an upgrade, we’ll let you know and provide a free, same day estimate for additional work required. This could be something as simple as extra sockets if you rely on extension leads or a consumer unit upgrade.

Our services:

  • Complete electrical assessments & fault finding
  • Documentation for your records
  • Domestic & commercial inspections
  • NICEIC-registered electricians
  • Instant cost estimates

All of our electrical services comply with Building Regulations Part P and BS7671 standards.

Arrange an EICR Survey Now

Book your EICR survey with an experienced, reliable electrician now. We work across London and Surrey.

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020 8395 5990

FAULT FINDING/EMERGENCIES

Minimum charge 1 hour NO call-out charge

MOBILE

07957 964 088