Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR):

    •  From only £89.99*
    •  Reliable service
    •  Qualified registered and competent electricians
    •  Provides electrical inspection & testing
    •  Fast turnaround
    •  Discounts available for bulk EICRs.

*This price is only applicable for inspection and testing of 6-8 circuits.

What is an EICR?

An electrical inspection condition report (EICR) is an in-depth inspection of your property’s electrical systems and installation. The report assesses the competency of your electrics by three different categories:

C1 – this indicates that danger exists and will need immediate attention.

C2 – this indicates that there is the potential for danger and advises urgent attention.

C3 – this indicates that the electrics pose no danger but still recommends the improvement of the electrical system.

How do you know if you need an EICR?

Over time, electrical installations will deteriorate with wear and age. This can potentially become a risk if they are not regularly checked; improperly insulated wiring can lead to dangerous electrical shorts while faulty wiring and appliances can cause electrical fires.

So, whether you’re a business owner, landlord or homeowner, it’s important you carry out regular checks on the condition of the electrics in your property.

The IET Wiring Regulations BS 7671, which sets the standard for electrical installations in the UK, recommends the following:

· Business Owners – should have an EICR test once every five years.

· Landlords – should also have an EICR test once every or when there is a change of tenancy.

· Homeowners – should have an EICR test one every 10 years unless the property has a swimming pool in which case it is recommended the electrics should be tested every year.


Legislation has recently changed and now states that from July 1st 2020, privately rented properties will need a valid EICR for all new tenancies and renewals. . If you have an existing tenancy you have until April 1st 2021 in order to get your EICR report.

Therefore, an Electrical Installation Condition Report must be acquired before the commencement of any new tenancy from 1st July 2020. The checks ensure that all electrical installations in the property, such as light fixtures and electrical sockets, are safe before the tenant moves in.

From 1st July, landlords who fail to conduct an EICR (and any work it recommends) before a new tenancy commences will face a fine of up to £30,000. Local authorities will be responsible for enforcing the new rules, as specified under the Housing Act 2004. Local authorities can also arrange remedial action if repairs and improvements recommended in the reports are not made. After receiving a notice of remedial action, landlords will have 28 days to have the work undertaken, unless it is an urgent notice. A shorter timeframe may be given in this case.