- Fault Finding
- PAT Testing
- Installation Certificates
- Electrical Condition Reports
- Landlord Certificates
- Fire alarms
- Additional sockets and switches
- Television points
- Electric heating
- Consumer unit (fuse board) changes and upgrades
- LED lighting
- Garden lighting and power
- CCTV and security lighting
Under the Electrical Safety Standards in the Private Rented Sector (England) Regulations 2020 starting 1st July 2020 there is a legal obligation to ensure a rental property is safe and to the standards contained in the 18th edition of the ‘Wiring Regulations’, which are published as British Standard 7671.
This means the landlord must obtain, and provide to the tenant within 28 days, a satisfactory DEICR (Domestic Electrical Installation Condition Report) – also known as a “Fixed Wire Test”.
The ‘fixed’ electrical areas in the property, include the RCD board (the fuse board), wiring, the plug sockets, the light fittings and any hard wired items such as showers, extractor fans or ovens.
For further information please give us a call on 01844 279519 or email us at email@example.com for a free quotation for all our electrical services carried out by local, trusted electricians.
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