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We offer convenient EICRs, reasonable prices, and quick certification. All our EICRs are carried out by our own in-house team of electricians, who are all local and fully approved, it's the reason why we're the first choice for EICRs in the area!

Fast and Reliable Service

When it comes to electrical safety, time is of the essence. That's why we promise to deliver your EICR certification swiftly and efficiently. Our team is ready to respond promptly, even on short notice, ensuring quick turnaround times without compromising on quality.

Trust and Transparency

Your safety and trust are our top priorities. We conduct thorough physical tests to assess your electrical systems meticulously. Clear communication is maintained throughout the process, and our competitive pricing means you get the best service without any hidden costs. With us, what you see is what you get – fast, simple, and transparent services every time.

Flexible and Convenient

Understanding the busy schedules of our clients, we offer flexible timeslots to book a time that suits you best. Our local presence enables us to be where you need us, when you need us, providing a service that's not just efficient but also environmentally conscious, leaving no mess behind.

Friendly and Professional

Our team isn't just skilled; they're friendly and approachable, ensuring a pleasant experience from start to finish. We pride ourselves on our competitive prices, offering value without sacrificing the quality of our work. Choose us for an EICR check and enjoy the peace of mind that comes from having a reliable, local partner committed to your electrical safety.

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Top 5 Questions & Answers

Here are the top 5 questions frequently asked about EICR’s

1. What is an EICR?
An Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) is an inspection report on the safety of electrical installations in a property. It assesses the condition of the electrical systems against the UK standard for the safety of electrical installations, identifying any deficiencies or hazards that need to be addressed.

2. What’s the difference between a ‘landlord certificate’, an ‘electrical test’, and an ‘EICR’?
Essentially, they refer to the same thing. An EICR (Electrical Installation Condition Report) is the official document assessing the safety of electrical installations in a property. It’s commonly known as a ‘landlord certificate’ or ‘electrical test’.

3. Who needs an EICR?
Landlords, homeowners, and businesses in the UK are advised to have an EICR done:

  • Landlords are legally required to ensure electrical safety in their properties and must have an EICR performed at intervals of no more than 5 years or at each change of tenancy.
  • Homeowners are recommended to have an EICR done every 10 years or when moving into a new home.
  • Businesses should have an EICR conducted regularly, with the frequency depending on the type of premises but typically every 5 years.


4. What does an EICR cover?

An EICR covers the examination of various electrical installations, including wiring, sockets, light fittings, fuse boxes, and other fixed electrical parts of a property. The report identifies any damage, wear and tear, compliance with safety standards, or any work that might be required to ensure the installation is safe.

5. How long does an EICR take?
The duration of an EICR inspection depends on the size and complexity of the property’s electrical installations. A typical inspection can take anywhere from a few hours for a small property to a full day or more for larger properties with more complex systems.

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Want to know more about EICRs?

It might not be the most glamorous topic, but it’s definitely one of the most important. With our in-depth experience in electrical safety, our team is dedicated to ensuring your electrical systems are not only safe but compliant with the latest standards.

Understanding EICR

An EICR is an in-depth inspection of your property’s electrical systems and installations. Think of it as an MOT for your electrics! This report identifies any potential safety issues, wear and tear, or non-compliance with current regulations. It’s not just a piece of paper; it’s a crucial document that ensures the safety of your property and everyone in it.

Why is EICR Important?
  • Safety: First and foremost, an EICR is about keeping you and your property safe from electrical hazards.
  • Legal Compliance: For landlords and business owners, having an up-to-date EICR is legally required. It’s part of your responsibility to ensure the safety of your tenants or employees.
  • Insurance Requirements: Many insurance companies require an EICR to provide coverage, especially in commercial properties.
  • Peace of Mind: Knowing that your electrical systems are safe and up to code provides immense peace of mind.

The EICR Inspection Process

BEFORE

Consultation: We start with a consultation to understand your property and any specific concerns you might have.

Scheduling: We schedule the inspection at a time that’s convenient for you, ensuring minimal disruption.

DURING

Systematic Checking: Our electricians methodically check all aspects of your property’s electrical system.

Identification of Issues: We identify any issues that need attention, from minor faults to major safety concerns.

AFTER

Detailed Report: You receive a detailed report of our findings, complete with all necessary recommendations.

Follow-Up: We’re available for any follow-up questions or discussions about the report.

Why Choose Wave Electrical Solutions for Your EICR?

Our EICR Service
  • Thorough Inspection: Our skilled electricians conduct a comprehensive assessment of your electrical installations. We check for overloading, potential electric shock risks, fire hazards, defective electrical work, and lack of earthing or bonding.
  • Detailed Reporting: After the inspection, we provide a detailed report outlining any defects or deviations from the wiring standards. Our reports are clear, concise, and easy to understand.
  • Expert Recommendations: If we find any issues, we’ll give you straightforward advice on the necessary remedial work. We prioritize recommendations based on their urgency and safety implications.
  • Remedial Services: Should your property require any remedial work post-EICR, we can provide a no-obligation quote for these services.
Our Client-Centric Approach
  • Qualified Professionals: Our team is not only experienced but also regularly trained in the latest electrical safety standards and practices.
  • Tailored Service: We understand that every property is different. Our service is tailored to meet the specific needs of your property, whether it’s a residential home, a commercial building, or a rental property.
  • Honest and Clear Communication: We believe in honesty and transparency. You can expect clear communication from us throughout the entire process.
  • Minimal Disruption: We conduct our inspections with the least possible disruption to your daily routine or business operations.
Beyond Compliance
  • Long-Term Safety Planning: Our EICR service is part of a long-term safety strategy. We aim to ensure your property remains safe and compliant in the years to come.
  • Educational Approach: We take the time to explain our findings and offer advice on maintaining electrical safety in your property.
  • Comprehensive Electrical Services: Beyond EICR, we offer a full range of electrical services. Whether you need repairs, installations, or upgrades, we’re here to help.
 

Ensuring Your Electrical Safety

An EICR is more than just a regulatory requirement; it’s a crucial part of maintaining the safety and integrity of your property. If you’re in need an EICR, or if you have any questions about electrical safety, we’re here to help.

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