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Whether you’re the landlord of one or several properties, you have a duty of care to your tenants - and that means providing homes that are safe for them to live in. An Electrical Installation Condition Report – or EICR – can help you fulfil that...

The latest UK fire statistics make for shocking reading and clearly demonstrate the relevance and importance of EICR testing. The Government’s latest fire statistics monitor reveals that fire and rescue services attended more than 160,000 fires in England in 2015/16. Of these, 73,400 were categorised as...

Commercial electrical testing is an important part of running any business and this is especially true for businesses which are heavily used by members of the public. Buildings such as hotels are often in use around the clock, with large-scale electrical systems which are subject to...

An Electrical Installation Condition Report is like a service for the electrics in your property – whether that property is a business, hotel, factory, rental accommodation, school, or private residence. The in-depth electrical testing and inspection offers invaluable peace of mind that the electrics in a...

One in five home buyers think a surveyor will inspect the state of the electrics, but this is not the case. According to an Electrical Safety First survey, over a third of home buyers who commission Electrical Installation Condition Reports discover electrical problems that they were...

You may have heard the terms ‘periodic testing’, ‘fixed wire testing’ and ‘Electrical Installation Condition Report’ – but what’s the difference between them and what does it all mean? In a nutshell, the terms period inspection and fixed wire testing have now been replaced by the...

If you own a business premises of any size there are number of reasons why an EICR Certificate is good for business; here are just five of them. 1. Safety, safety, safety – protecting your staff from serious injury or death The safety of your employees should...

An Electrical Installation Condition Report offers business owners the peace of mind that their electrics are safe and in good working order. It also provides you, the business owner, with documented proof that you have taken reasonable measures to ensure the safety of your employees....

Electrical installation conditioning report or EICR is also known as Fixed wire inspection or Periodic testing. They all mean the same thing; all of these tests or reports come down to the same subject - ensuring your electrics are safe to use. Very much like a...