This inspection is very useful when buying a house to check if any updating or rewiring is required prior to purchase.
Most Local Councils, Estate Agents, Managing Agents and Housing Associations will only accept electrical certificates that have been signed off by a fully qualified and registered electrician.
Your insurance may not cover you for events such as an electric shock without a valid electrical certificate.
Our full test & inspection lists any defects in a full report and a visual inspection is used to verify that the property’s cabling and earthing arrangements are within British guidelines and that the consumer units are MCB and RCD protected.
Landlords Testing and Inspection
Landlords electrical certificates are an important part of ensuring the safety of your tenants by checking for aspects such as
overloaded circuits or equipment, defective electrical work, potential electric shock risks and fire hazards, adequate earthing or bonding and a general inspection of all fixed electrical equipment and wiring to check that everything is safe. It’s worth noting that: