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What is EICR?
An EICR is an Electrical Installation Condition Report a certificate which has information about a detailed inspection and assessment of electrical installation within a property. Once you've had the electrical installation in your home checked, the electrician will issue an EICR certificate.
EICR certificate services in Edinburgh
Intelligent Repairs provides EICR certificate services in Edinburgh. We provide EICR certificate services in Edinburgh for homes and commercial properties and are authorised to issue Landlord Safety Check certificates. Electrical circuit safety checks are useful to tackle damage, wear and tear and safety concerns, and are a legal requirement for the renting of properties.
Why EICR Certificate is important?
Landlords and homeowners must require an EICR certificate before selling their house or a new homeowner may want the electrics checked before moving in. Ideally, landlords should consider having their homes tested every 10 years to ensure their safety. This is becoming more necessary in today’s world where our homes are full of electrical devices and appliances.
As a business, an EICR certificate is important for the health and integrity of your building’s electrical systems. EICR certificate for commercial property helps to reduce any risk of injury. In any type of industry, it is designed to prevent accidents and injuries such as electric shock or burns.
Why Choose us for EICR certificate services in Edinburgh?
At Intelligent Repairs, we are a team of experienced EICR experts and provide the best in town EICR services in Edinburgh and surrounding areas. Whether you are a landlord or a building owner, you want to make sure that all electric equipment installed on your property is safe for use with minimal risk of electric fire and shock.
An EICR or Electrical Installation Condition Report is an in-depth inspection and assessment of electrical installation within a property.
We recommend that all commercial offices and residential landlords must have an EICR completed and keep checking it routinely.
Getting EICR checked routinely is a good practice for property maintenance. It is also good to get ECIR in scenarios like changing in property ownerships and while renting your property.