EICR services in Sittingbourne, Hempstead & Cuxton
There are several reasons for getting an Electrical Installation Condition Report, also known as an EICR. For example, landlords are under a legal obligation to have EICRs carried out by a qualified electrician every 5 years, in order to ensure the safety of your tenants. If you don't comply, you can face fines of up to £30,000.
Businesses operating out of a premises also face a similar legal obligation in terms of having an EICR carried out. This is to ensure the safety of their employees and any animals or members of the public that might use the premises.
If you're looking to purchase a home, choosing to have an EICR carried out before you go through with the purchase is strongly recommended. This is because it will give you an invaluable insight as to the current condition of the existing electrics, and highlight any areas of concern that you'll need to address.
Need to speak to an expert about your EICR obligations in the Sittingbourne, Hempstead, and Cuxton areas? Get in touch with us today.
House rewires and consumer unit fitting in & around Chatham
If you have an older home in Chatham, or you haven't had your house electrics inspected for a number of years, it may be due a rewire. Signs that you may need to rewire your home include circuit breakers that trip regularly, slight shocks from switches and outlets, frequently flickering or dimming lights, and damaged or exposed wires.
While you may be worried about the cost and chaos often associated with house rewires, our expert electricians can often work with you to come up with a creative, safe solution that doesn't disrupt your daily life.
If you'd like to get a free, no-obligation quote for a house rewire or consumer unit installation, get in touch with us today.