Having worked with many landlords over the years we have the knowledge to advise on the necessary legal requirements. Compliance with the law when it comes to electrical safety is something that you cannot afford to overlook.
The consequences to you or your tenants in the event of a fire or electrical accident can be very serious. Electrical appliances provided by you must be checked and tested at the required intervals, with certification provided too. We can advise you on your obligations and how best to ensure that you are fully compliant with current legislation.
Guarantee and accreditation
We are fully trade accredited. Elextric is registered with STROMA as an Approved Contractor and Domestic Installer. We are registered with TrustMark for electrical work, and we are member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). In addition, all our works are backed by public liability insurance and professional indemnity insurance.
When you book our electrician you can count on getting the professional expertise you’re looking for. All work is carried out is fully insured and compliant with the latest IET wiring regulations BS7671. Customers are provided with peace of mind as you receive a work quality guarantee 12 Months and where necessary installation certificate will be issued for the job on completion and the works registered with your local authority building control as per the current Part P regulations.
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Landlords and managing agents operating a HMO will need to ensure that each property complies with the relevant safety standards. The following guide explains what you need to do.
If the property has gas, you must have a ‘Gas Safe’ registered engineer check the gas supply and appliances and produce a Gas Safety Certificate every year. This is a licence condition and a requirement under the Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations 1998.
You must prove that all electrical appliances are safe – this is a condition of your HMO licence.
Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR, also known as Periodic Inspection Report)
You’ll need registered electrician to inspect the electrical installation and provide a report. This report will cover the wiring, lights and sockets and the consumer unit (the box containing the fuses and circuit breakers). It can also cover the fire detection and emergency lighting system, if required.
EICR These are often known or referred to as home buyer’s surveys or landlord reports. We have extensive knowledge and experience of carrying out fixed wiring tests and the associated certification and frequently test everything from a single domestic property up to commercial installations with many dozens of distribution boards. To find out more about these reports, visit our EICR Explained Page.
There are many types of electrical inspection services, and it can often be difficult to understand exactly what level of electrical testing you need. At Elextric we are on hand to guide you, and provide the advice that you need. We have been supplying top quality electrical inspection services across North London, West London, and Central London for over a decade, and are fully qualified to explain any legal requirements you may have, advising you on what testing is recommended for your situation.