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Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICRs) are often recommended as part of a home buying process as they can prove invaluable for checking the condition and safety of electrics in a property before deciding to buy it. Even if they are not recommended to you by an...

Every electrical installation deteriorates with age and use and schools are no different. In-depth testing is necessary to ensure the electrics are functioning correctly and operating safely, with the ultimate purpose of preventing electrical shocks or fires. An Electrical Installation Condition Report provides peace of mind...

An EICR test – or Electrical Installation Condition Report - is an official document produced following an in-depth assessment of the electrical systems within any domestic, commercial or industrial premises.   Tests are carried out by qualified electricians and how often you need an EICR test depends...

An Electrical Installation Condition Report – or EICR – is an in-depth inspection of the electrical systems at your home, place of work or public premises. The purpose of an EICR report is to ensure the electrical systems in a building are safe and well maintained....

An Electrical Installation Condition Report – or EICR – is an in-depth inspection of the electrical systems at your home, place of work or public premises. Periodic testing and inspection should only be carried out by electrically competent, qualified electricians. At EICR Testing we go even further...

Electrical Installation Condition Reports are for any buildings or premises which have electrical systems. They are requested by business owners, homeowners, landlords and authorities which manage a variety of public buildings, such as schools, churches and leisure centres etc. There are many reasons why a business...

An EICR – or Electrical Installation Condition Report – is an official document produced following a full inspection of the electrical systems and installations in your home or workplace. As part of the periodic inspection process, qualified electricians will check whether your electrics are well-maintained and,...

An Electrical Installation Condition Report involves a thorough inspection of all the electrical systems and installations within a commercial or residential premises. It can only be carried out by qualified electricians and at EICR Testing our engineers have additional qualifications for the specific testing and...

The Scottish Government has finalised its guidance on mandatory electrical testing.  Although the term used by the government is “guidance” this is a statutory regulation which will come into force from 1st December 2015. All Scottish privately rented property covered by the Repairing Standard will require...