Landlord Certificates Glasgow / Paisley

Our electricians provide electrical safety inspections (EICR) and certificates for landlords and agencies in Glasgow and the west of Scotland, at the lowest prices.

If you’re in need of Landlord Certificates eg. Electrical Certificate, PAT Testing,  EPC,  Legionella, Gase Safe certificate, just give us a call Glasgow / Paisley  01418405236

What is an Electrical Certificate (EICR)?

An electrical inspection examines the state of the electrical wiring throughout your property This should be carried out every 5 years, or change of tenancy, This testing checks if an installation meets safety standards. Once the inspection is completed, you are issued with an electrical certificate or Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR). This outlines whether your installation is satisfactory, or whether any issues have been found.

Our fully trained engineers have the relevant qualifications, and are highly experienced in providing both periodic electrical inspection reports and electrical installation certificates. Our staff always conduct themselves in a professional manner, and will always make safety their number one priority.

Do landlords need Electrical Certificates?

To protect your tenants, and yourself as a landlord in Glasgow or Renfrewshire, an electrical inspection and certificate is highly recommended every three to five years. It is important to prove that you have taken reasonable steps to ensure that your tenants are safe, and not at any risk from electrical faults.

As an additional complimentary service to every landlord, we provide free energy saving advice with all Electrical Certificates in Glasgow. We’re London’s experts at making properties more energy efficient, helping to save both money and the environment.

It is recommended that you should have a full electrical inspection carried out every three to five years dependent on your previous inspection and age of installation. This examination investigates the state of the electrical wiring throughout the property and thoroughly checks if the installation is to current standards. Once the inspection is completed you will receive an electrical certificate outlining any issues found.

Landlord electrical safety certificates are important for ensuring the safety of your tenants and being able to prove that you have taken reasonable steps to ensure their safety.

Once the electrical report has been completed our electrician will issue you with an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR). It will state if the electrical installation is satisfactory or if any remedial work is required to ensure it meets current safety standards.

Our engineers have the relevant qualifications and experience to provide both periodic inspection reports and installation certificates.

We provide free energy saving advice with every certificate, ask our engineer for more details.

The items tested in a domestic property are the main electrical fuse box or consumer unit, sockets, lighting, earthing and bonding. If there is anything beyond these that need attention please let us know before the certificate is carried out so we can add it to the areas covered in the testing.

The electrical certificate or EICR is different to an electrical installation certificate. Generally the electrician who has installed the wiring or fuse box would need to provide the installation certificate via their governing body to show the installation has been made in accordance with BS7671. We can only provide an electrical installation certificate for a installation we have contracted to carry out.

Please note accessories attached to the electrical system such as items plugged in or externally attached are not covered unless specifically requested. If a report is unsatisfactory and you require further information please give us a call and we will gladly help. We test a sample of circuits (10%) to provide the necessary readings. If a full test of every point is needed please let us know and we can arrange the full test to be completed.

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