Our electricians can perform an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) to your business or property. These reports have replaced the old Periodic Inspection Report (PIR) and comprise of an inspection on the condition of an existing electrical installation. It identifies, by listing observations and defects, against the Requirements for Electrical Installations British Standard, BS7671. This is accomplished by carrying out a series of tests, both visual and with the use of calibrated test equipment, to make sure the electrical installation(s) continues to conform to the national safety standard. An Electrical Installation Condition report will:
Electrical installations deteriorate over time and many installations have been added to or altered by, unskilled persons. This can create hazards which, in turn, can create a risk of danger to people and fire hazards to property. It is important to keep a record of the installations integrity so as to reduce the risk of harm to occupants/employees/members of the public and to satisfy the requirements of insurance companies. If an installation has no certification you cannot prove that it is safe!
An electrical installation should be tested at a maximum period of every:
Other circumstances when an electrical installation condition report should be carried out are:
At Whitton Electrical all of our electricians are City & Guild qualified, experienced and regularly assessed. They will check the installation against the British Standard for wiring regulations to ensure you are made aware of any potential electrical hazards.
The condition report takes into account all the relevant circumstances and includes the following: