EICR Testing & Surveys in Kings Langley

We offer Electrical Installation Condition Reports near Kings Langley, Rickmansworth and the local areas.

Prices for Kings Langley EICR certificates start at just £175. Call 020 8265 2061.

Don’t fall foul of the latest legal requirements and make sure the electrics in your property are safe

Recommended electrical contractors for EICRs local to Kings Langley, Hertfordshire

For all types of electrical testing in Kings Langley and Rickmansworth, look no further than our NICEIC-approved electrical contractors at MD Bespoke Solutions. We offer a comprehensive range of electrical safety audits and tests for homeowners and businesses. Fixed wire testing involves assessing the electrical installations and systems the conduct electricity through your home, commercial property or any other building.

This electrical wiring includes main panels, consumer units, socket outlets, accessories and connections. Once the electrical system has been tested and verified as safe, an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) is issued. This EICR report will identify any damage, wear and tear or defective electrical work, potential electric shock hazards or risks and if any circuits or equipment are overloaded.

We can also complete all types of electrical services, from design and installation to maintenance and repair. Whether you need a full rewire or consumer unit upgrade, or additional sockets, no job is too big or small for our team. We offer all types of electrical testing and EICRs throughout Hertfordshire and the South East, including in Burgess Hill and Camberley.

  • Fully NICEIC and Part P qualified electricians
  • Multi-skilled electricians available for a variety of services
  • Electrical safety specialists  
  • Highly competitive prices
  • All work guaranteed for six years as members of Trustmark
  • Full public liability insurance to the value of £10million.

For all your electrical auditing requirements, get in touch today on 020 8265 2061.

EICRs in Kings Langley

PIR and EIC inspections near Rickmansworth (WD3)

EICRs are also sometimes called different names including Periodic Inspection Reports, Commercial Condition Reports, and Electrical Safety Audits. We can also complete Home Buyer Electric Reports and other electrical safety audits. Our fully-qualified and experienced engineers are fully accredited by NICEIC and are reliable and friendly.

Every installation will deteriorate over time, so it is important that the person responsible for maintenance of any installation does not put others at risk, and that it remains in a safe and serviceable condition.

It is recommended that testing is carried out regularly:

  • 10 years for a domestic installation in an owner-occupied home
  • 5 years for a commercial installation
  • 3 years for caravans
  • 1 year for swimming pools

There are other occasions that an EICR should be carried out, including when a property is being prepared to let, prior to selling a property or before buying a new home, or when you might have reason to believe there may have been damage to the property.


EICR report & certificate available for landlords with fast turnarounds

Fire safety checks for homes & businesses.

Kings Langley electrical inspections: What happens?

One of our electrical contractors will check the installation against requirements of BS7671 for electrical installations (IEE Wiring Regulations) a national safety standard. Some of the electrical testing is carried out whilst the system is live, but there will be a short power outage, which can be planned around daily activities.

Read our blog about five questions to ask when hiring a contractor for electrical work.

Electrical contractor quotes for commercial condition reports or EICRs in Kings Langley

For more details about domestic and commercial electrical testing and the importance of electrical safety testing, please call us on 020 8265 2061 or email info@mdbespokesolutions.com

Do I need an EICR?

If you have ever wondered if you need an EICR (Electrical Installation Condition Report), the answer is yes. Whether you own your own home or a property, which you rent out, or you are responsible for a non-domestic property, an EICR is always necessary.

Home-owners: Whilst it may not be a legal requirement within owner-occupied homes to have an EICR, home owners should have their electrics tested regularly, to ensure they are safe to use and are functioning correctly. This will minimise the chance of electrical faults, which could lead to electric shocks or fire and even be a risk to life. EICRs are often recommended during the house buying and selling process.

Businesses: Employers are legally responsible for the health and safety of their employees under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974. They are also required to safeguard staff against the risk of injury sustained from electricity used during work conditions under the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989.

Landlords: Landlords have a duty of care towards their tenants under The Landlords and Tenants Act 1985, and this ensures checking the electrics within their rental properties are safe at the start of a tenancy and maintained throughout. EICRs for both landlords and businesses provide proof that they have met their legal obligations and are often required for insurance purposes.

Issuing electrical safety certification in and around:

  • Chipperfield
  • Abbots Langley
  • Leavesden
  • Bourne End
  • Garston
  • Bovingdon
  • Berkhampstead

Need help with your EICR testing?

Our specialist team are on-hand to help guide you through the steps and keep your premises safe.

Call us now on 020 8265 2061 / 07476 661 777