10 Jan How much does an EICR cost?
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 inspection of electrical installations.
The cost of an EICR varies from premises to premises. For example, there is much more work involved in testing a large plant facility in comparison to a residential property. Tests can take anything from a few hours to several weeks, depending on the size and nature of the operation.
Additionally, no two businesses are the same which means the testing procedure differs each time an Electrical Installation Condition Report is carried out. It may be that you have completely unique systems and processes in place which need to be managed in a certain way.
As the electrics need to be switched off as part of the testing process, we can conduct the test in a way that is most convenient for your business in terms of minimising disruption. This could involve testing in stages at evenings, weekends or holidays in accordance with your least busiest times.
We understand that time is money and testing processes are therefore tailor-made to each business to ensure that you meet your safety obligations while minimising downtime and any subsequent loss of earnings.
You can request a consultation with one of our expert testing engineers who will be able to discuss your requirements and provide you with the best possible quote for the work.
All our professional electricians are highly experienced in this area and are only sent out once they have passed additional rigorous exams in the testing and inspection of electrical installations to ensure a high standard of work at all times.