Electrical Safety Certificate
Electrical Safety Certification – Prices
|Property Details||Price (VAT Included)|
|One Bedroom/Studio Property||£120.00|
|Two Bedrooms Property||£140.00|
|Three Bedrooms Property||£160.00|
|Four Bedrooms Property||£180.00|
|Five or more Bedrooms Property||£200.00|
|Additional Services||Price(VAT Included)|
|Smoke detector (Battery Powered)- Supply & installation (each unit)||£60.00|
|Smoke detector detector (Mains powered)- Supply & installation (each unit)||£90.00|
|Heat detector (Battery Powered)- Supply & installation (each unit)||£60.00|
|CO alarm & detector (Battery Powered)- Supply & installation||£60.00|
|Heat detector detector (Mains powered)- Supply & installation (each unit)||£90.00|
Note: Additional charges may apply depending on the property postcode and appointments urgency (e.g. Same day/Next day/Bank holidays/Sundays).
Electrical Safety Inspection
An “electrical condition” report commonly known as Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) or periodic inspection. This report involves performing several inspections & electrical tests throughout the existing installation to determine if the measures are within their safety parameters. Anything over or under the parameter will require urgent action, if not immediate. These checks includes consumer unit to all fixed electrical equipment (e.g. sockets, lights, including garage unit, outer shed or garden). Landlord’s responsibility It is landlords legal duty to ensure that their rental property is electrically safe and provide a copy of the report to new tenant. This report must need to be completed by qualified & registered electrician. Failure to do so can lead to prosecution and invalidates insurance policies.
Our electricians are competent, registered & experienced in property inspection & certification. We also carry out a general safety checks and advise landlords for any safety concerns.
Note: Electric safety inspection & certification is NOT a repair or fault detection service.
Consumer Unit Installation
A consumer unit is a type of electrical distribution board that helps to protect cables from overload. This crucial electricity component can save property and people from fire outbreaks or electric shocks. They are typically installed in domestic premises to provide control, distribution and protection to circuits within the installation. Consumer units are fitted with Residual Current Devices (RCDs). What does an RCD do? An RCD is a sensitive safety device that switches off electricity automatically if it detects a fault in the system. It is designed to protect against the risks of electrocution.
Our electricians are qualified & registered to install new consumer unit certify to confirm the work completed as per British Standard BS 7671. Consumer unit installation price depends on the number of circuit breaker which could start from £500.
“A property with most updated consumer unit is more likely to achieve satisfactory (pass) certificate.”
Smoke/Heat detector installation Smoke detector Landlords need to have at least one smoke alarm installed on every storey of their properties. Landlord must need to make sure that the alarms are in working order at the start of each new tenancy. Landlord failing to comply could receive a fine up to £5,000. Heat detector Heat detector will activate the alarm if it senses risen heat in the building. The regulations do not require heat detectors to be installed or use as replacement for smoke alarms. It is not mandatory to have it installed but strongly recommended to have it installed in kitchen area.
Our electricians are qualified & registered to install fire alarm detectors.
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