Commercial condition reports and EICRs in Gidea Park, Essex
Are you looking for affordable and efficient electrical safety audits in Gidea Park, Warley, or Havering? Do you need a professional, helpful, NICEIC-approved electrician for EICRs? Welcome to MD Bespoke Solutions, your one-stop-shop for all your electrical and house refurbishment requirements. We have extensive experience in the domestic and commercial sectors and can offer a wide range of services, including all forms of electrical safety testing, rewires, lighting design and installation, and consumer unit upgrades.
Our skilled team of electric contractors and tradesmen are reliable, helpful professional, efficient, and friendly.
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- Whole range of electrical and home services, including new builds, building, plumbing, Smart Home technology, and more
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Landlords duties and condition reports electrical near Warley
Do you rent out properties in Warley, Gidea Park, or Hornchurch? All electrical installations deteriorate as they are subject to wear and tear. As a landlord, it is your legal duty to ensure the electrical installation in your property is safe and maintained throughout the duration of any tenancy. This covers all internal wiring, as well as fixtures and fittings.
EICRs are now a key part of electrical safety and in July 20202 the law changed so landlords need to have an EICR in place. They will have to give this to the tenant, local authority and any managing agent within 30 days. If any faults are found, landlords must ensure any repairs are carried out as swiftly as possible at least within 28 days of the inspection. Local councils have the power to issue fines of up to £30,000 to landlords who do not comply with these rules.