Do you need an electrical safety certificate?
Our fully qualified and skilled engineers carry out all aspects of the electrical safety certificate and as our engineers are based throughout Essex, we can supply an electrical safety certificate to large multi-site companies and a local shop to smaller companies.
We try to carry out any electrical safety inspection in the shortest time possible therefore you will have a minimum amount of disruption.
At Essex Main, An EICR is generated by industry standard electrical certification software to assure anyone occupied in your property that all electrical systems are not dangerous, looking out for any damaged accessories or overloaded electrical circuits or equipment that may be a potential electrical shock of a fire hazard.
Reason to choose us:
Our prices for an electrical safety certificate ( Known as EICR – An Electrical Installation Condition Report):
1 Bedroom flat/house was from
£180, now £105 ( Including inspection and provide a complete certificate was from £215, now from £110 )
2 Bedrooms flat/house was from
£220, now £115 ( Including inspection and provide a complete certificate was from £215, now from £120 )
3 Bedrooms flat /house was from
£230 now from £125 ( Including inspection and provide a complete certificate from £130)
Our prices are subject to VAT*
More than 3 bedrooms, please call our office.
Please note, above prices are only for the property in Essex and based on a single fuse board/ distribution board with 5 circuits or under.
A majority of residential properties will have a fuse board with up to 5 circuits.
An additional circuit from £10.50 each. Please contact us on 02080047715, if you are not sure and need help.
Why it is important?
All electrical installations deteriorate with time and should be inspected and tested every 3 to 5 years.
Maintaining electrical safety is absolutely crucial when letting out your property.
Homeowners should, however, also make sure that their electrical wirings are safe. UK Govt suggests that both landlords and homeowners ensure that a full electrical condition report to assess the electrical safety of their property is undertaken.
If you are a Landlord, you have a responsibility to ensure that the electrical installation, wiring, fittings and any appliances that are fitted with a property they rent out remain good condition and safe to use.