DSC08401.JPGNICEIC Accredited & Approved Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR)

Nationwide Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR)

Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR), which is also referred to as Fixed Wire Testing & Inspection, is the inspection and testing of the circuits and wiring that distribute electricity around the building. Our fully qualified NICEIC accredited & approved engineers carry out electrical inspections throughout the country on anything from a small domestic dwelling to vast shopping centres, university's, schools and hospitals. The service is priced per circuit, depending on the amount of circuits, but generally around £8 - £10

Hazardous Area Electrical Inspection Experts

Designated hazardous areas can be found in many industrial environments such as the chemical industry, petrol forecourts and many processes that have explosives gases or dust. Our Compex qualified engineers have the knowledge and experience to ensure your ongoing compliance with DSEAR regulations. During a hazardous area inspection we collate a record of the equipment reference, the hazardous area zone in which it is situated and its certification. The hazardous area inspection also highlights any areas of concern in order to propose recommendations for any necessary corrective action.


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More About EICR Reports

It is recommended that periodic inspection and testing is carried out at the following intervals: Most business premises fall under the 5 year inspection interval, however the frequency is dependent on the type of services you offer or the type of manufacturing your company provides. Please feel free to call us to discuss individual business frequencies. Tenanted properties should have an inspection either every 5 years or whenever a new tenant moves into the property depending on which one comes first. "The Landlords and Tenant Act 1985" requires landlords of properties with short leases to keep the electrical wiring in repair and in proper working order. Increasingly, insurers are insisting that inspection and testing be carried out on a regular basis. Buildings insurance policies may be invalidated in the event of a claim if fixed electrical testing is not completed within the recommended guideline.

More About Hazardous Area Electrical Testing

There are 2 types of Hazardous Area Inspections:- 1.Initial Hazardous Area Inspections - Initial inspections are required to ensure that the selected type of protection is appropriate for the hazardous area installation and apply to new installations. 2.Periodic Hazardous Area Inspections- Periodic inspections should be carried out as part of an inspection regime or routine and apply to existing installations. The purpose of the periodic inspection is to monitor the effects of deterioration or change. The intervals between periodic inspections should not exceed three years.