Landlord EICRs in Polegate
Whether you’re a landlord, business owner or involved in the buying and selling of a property, you have a legal obligation to obtain an EICR.
Also known as EIC reports, the requirement for Electrical Installation Condition Reports was first introduced in 2020 under the Electrical Safety Standards in the Private Rented Sector (England) Regulations 2020.
This legislation means that for rented properties with a tenancy, you’ll need to get a new EICR every five years, or potentially face a fine of up to £30,000.
Trusted electrical contractors local to Hailsham
While landlords must comply with legislation and keep their EICR up to date, the same goes for commercial premises. Thanks to our affiliation with the Government-led TrustMark initiative, we are able to provide a six-year workmanship guarantee that gives our commercial business owners complete peace of mind.
At MD Bespoke, we provide businesses near you in the areas of Wartling, Chalvington, and Eastdean with affordable EIC reports to ensure that your commercial premises comply with the HSW (Health & Safety at Work) Act.
This particular piece of legislation ensures that no person or animal is at risk of injury due to a fault in your electrical system, and also checks that your commercial premises are in a satisfactory state.
Periodic electrical inspections in BN27
Did you know that if you own a caravan, swimming pool or your own home, it’s strongly recommended that you carry out periodic electrical inspections?
To ensure all of your existing electrical work complies with the National Safety Standards and to lower the risk of fatalities, injuries or property damage, periodic inspections are essential.
We are also on hand in the BN27 area to assist with:
You can find out more about each of our electrical services here on our website, or by getting in touch.