Are you in the process of buying / or have just recently bought a new house?
Are you concerned about the condition of the electrics within this home?
Licensing Authorities, Public Bodies, Insurance Companies and Mortgage Lenders may require an Electrical Condition Inspection Report.
Landlords who own rented accomodation require an Electrical Condition Inspection Report when there is a change of occupancy.
Electrical Condition Inspection Report (formerly Periodic Inspection Report) is necessary because all electrical installations deteriorate due to a number of factors, such as:
- wear and tear
- excessive electrical loading
The purpose of an Electrical Condition Inspection Report is:
- to ensure the safety of persons against the effects of electric shock and burns
- to protect against damage to property by fire and heat arising from an installation defect
- to confirm that the installation is not damaged or deteriorating
- to identify any installation defects
The procedure for carrying out an Electrical Condition Inspection Report entails a thorough examination and testing of the electrical circuits in your property. This is done by visual checks of the condition of the electrics and testing each circuit with specialised equipment. You will be issued with a detailed Electrical Condition Inspection Report certificate and given advice and guidance on any remedial works required.
Please contact Peter @ Flex Electrical Services for further information and a free quote.