Fixed Wire Testing Service
R Baker (Electrical) Ltd conduct domestic property Fixed Wire Testing Service across Merseyside. We conduct a speedy and reliable Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) service for domestic properties.
Periodic inspection and testing of domestic property should be carried out by a competent person. You can ensure that all testing by R Baker (Electrical) Ltd is conducted by NIC EIC approved Electrician.
Making sure that electrical wiring is safe to use is imperative for any property owner. If you’re unsure on how to best comply with UK legislation then give us a call. We will provide you a free quote in under one hour, call now on 0151 486 6760.
Our electrical domestic property team has an commitment to achieve high quality, safety and environmental standards. R Baker (Electrical) Ltd has the processes and management structure in place to ensure standards are met. We are not only monitored by our own audits but also by UKAS accredited external auditors. All work is carried out by our partners POC Electrical who are NIC EIC approved contractor. We are accredited by The Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme (CHAS). This ensures we work within and maintain industry standard health and safety methods.
For Landlords: EICR is a legal requirement for rented domestic properties. Over a period of time in domestic properties there is an increased risk of installations deteriorating. For this reason it is in your interest to have all fixed wiring periodically tested. This ensures the safety of the tenants, your property and meets your insurance requirements.
For homeowners: EICRs are often recommended as part of a house selling process and can prove invaluable in terms of checking the electrics of a property before deciding to buy it.
Our electrical engineers offer a fixed domestic property testing service across Merseyside, ensuring safety and compliance. To discuss your requirements you can find all our contact details on contact page.
EICR - Reports
The five main aims of a condition report are:
1. To detail the results of the inspection and testing. This ensures the electrical installation is safe to be used (after any remedial work is complete) until the next inspection.
2. Report any damage and wear and tear that might affect safety.
3. Detect any section of the electrical installation that does not meet the IET Wiring Regulations.
4. Highlight anything that may cause electric shocks and high temperatures.
5. Provide a detailed record of the installation at the time of the inspection. This information can aid future inspections.
Our electrical engineers offer a fixed domestic property testing service across Merseyside, ensuring safety and compliance. Call now for a free quote 0151 486 6760.