"Prioritize Your Home's Electrical Safety: Book a Comprehensive Inspection Now to Ensure Your Family's Protection!"

“Secure Your Home’s Electrical Safety with Our Expert Check-Ups: Similar to a car’s MOT, routine evaluations of your home’s electrical systems are essential for identifying potential risks and guaranteeing ongoing safety and efficiency. Rely on our certified electricians for these vital assessments. Protect your family and property by scheduling a professional electrical inspection today!”

“Are You Compromising Your Home’s Electrical Security? Don’t Risk Your Family’s Safety!

A thorough Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) is vital for assessing the integrity of your home’s electrical systems. This in-depth analysis checks for any wear, damage, or faults that could pose a hazard, offering crucial recommendations for enhancements.

More extensive than a Visual Inspection Report (VIR), the EICR involves rigorous testing of electrical circuits, necessitating a temporary shutdown of the main power supply. This process is critical for unveiling hidden defects that might otherwise go unnoticed.

Regular EICR assessments, recommended every ten years (or five years for rental properties), are crucial for the ongoing safety of your home and loved ones, especially during occupancy changes.

Avoid electrical emergencies before they happen. Book your home’s Electrical Installation Condition Report now and ensure lasting safety and peace of mind.”



"Richard was very helpful throughout the process, giving us advice along the way. The work carried out we were very happy with!! Will certainly be using again and would definitely recommend."
Emma Leonard
"I have come to expect an excellent service from Richard in everything he does. He handled the installation of the electrical socket and Integrated microwave perfectly still trying to find something Richard will find challenging."
Nana Baiden
"Excellent service. Richard replaced 2 hard wired smoke alarms in our office. He was really polite and got the job done quickly. Received a text confirming he was on his way and received phone calls to ask how the work went. Would recomend."
Alan Glithero
"We are really pleased with the work Richard did for us. His advice was really helpful and his quote was competitive. He turned up on time each day and got on with the work agreed. We’re pleased with how everything looks and he kindly dropped some additional cables in a few days later. We’ve used him twice now and we will be using him again for sure."
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We cover Bexley and surrounding post codes.

An EICR will provide a full summary of the condition of the
electrics in your home and determine whether it complies with the
current British Standard for electrical safety (BS 7671).
It will record a number of observations in line with BS 7671 and
make various recommendations where improvement may be
necessary or beneficial to improving safety in your home.
Once the EICR is completed the registered contractor will provide
you with a certificate outlining the overall condition of the
electrical installation.

This code should indicates that danger exists, requiring
immediate remedial action. The persons using the
installation are at immediate risk.

This code indicates that, whilst an observed deficiency is
not considered to be dangerous at the time of the
inspection, it could become a real and immediate
danger if a fault or other foreseeable event was to occur
in the installation or connected equipment.

This code indicates that, whilst an observed deficiency is
not considered to be a source of immediate or potential
danger, improvement would contribute to a significant
enhancement of the safety of the electrical installation.

You are under no obligation to have any of the issues fixed, though
it is recommended that corrective action to rectify any C1 and C2s
is completed as soon as possible.
If you do wish to have work carried out we will provide you with a no obligation quote to move forward. 

Before purchasing a property it is always worth asking the current
occupier if they have an up-to-date EICR. This will give you an
overview of the current state of the electrics in the property. If they
do not have an EICR you could request that one be carried out with
costs to be agreed between either party

Landlords are required by law to ensure that the electrical
installation in a rented property is safe when tenants move in and
maintained in a safe condition throughout its duration.
If the property is a House in Multiple Occupation (HMO) a periodic
inspection must be carried out every five years.
If the property is not an HMO, a landlord is not legally obliged to do
this (except in Scotland where it became law on December 1, 2015)
However, we recommend that a landlord should have a periodic
inspection and test carried out by a registered electrician on rental
properties at least every five years.
Any appliance provided should also be safe and has at least the CE
marking (which is the manufacturer’s claim that it meets all the
requirements of European law).
To meet these requirements a landlord will need to regularly carry
out basic safety checks to ensure that the electrical installation and
appliances are safe and working.

Only registered electricians should carry out an EICR.

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