If you are a building owner or manager, you definitely know the stress of making sure that all your tenants are safe inside your property. Sure, there are things that you have no control over; but for the things you do have, it is just right for you to take the necessary actions to ensure that everyone’s far from harm’s way.
You are responsible to make sure that you and your staff complies with Health & Safety legislation. However, it is usually dependent on the terms of your lease as to whether you or your landlord pays for testing to be carried out on the electrical installation. Usually, if you are on a full repairing lease then the cost will fall to you.
It is highly recommended when undergoing electrical examination and getting your electrical certificate for your commercial premise. All of their electrical engineers are highly trained are NICEIC, ELECSA, and NAPIT registered. More so, they fully understand all requirements and strictly adhere to regulations to provide the highest quality of work.
Only £150 inc VAT
Landlord Certificates uses nothing but the latest testing equipment and are fully calibrated to make sure that all results are accurate. With this, they are able to give proper recommendations fitted to your property’s electrical state.
After their engineers are finished in testing all electrical, they will provide an Electrical Installation Condition Report, where you could see their observations of any electrical damage, deterioration, defects, or any potential dangerous conditions. You will also see their recommendation in this report; if given a rating of unsatisfactory, you are advised to have a remedial work done as soon as possible.
With these reasons, getting your electrical certificate from Landlord Certificate is a great way to make sure of your tenants’ safety as they provide complete electrical service. They give you an electrical end-to-end analysis. With them, you are taken care of as they only have your best interests in mind.
Commercial EICR 1 – 5 circuits
3 Phase circuitry will cost an additional £100 inc vat.
Electrical certificates are an important part of ensuring the safety of your tenants and being able to prove that you have taken reasonable steps to do so.
It is recommended that you should have a full electrical inspection carried out every three to five years dependent on previous inspection advise. This examination investigates the state of the electrical wiring throughout the property and thoroughly checks the safety of the electrical installation.
Once this is done and processed an 'Electrical Installation Condition Report ' will be than issued electronically. It will declare if the electrical installation is safe or if any remedial work is required to ensure it meets current safety standards.
Our qualified Home Energy Inspectors are licensed to undertake domestic surveys in accordance with legislation and produce the report in both electronic and paper forms.