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 Electrical Safety Certificate – Landlord Certificates 


For Industrial, Retail, Office etc please see our Commercial EICR Page


We provide all necessary Electrical Testing and Certificates for Landlord, Estate Agent, Letting Agents and Members of the Public who are Buying or Selling a Property.



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 Call Now For Advice On Which Certificate You Require And Our Most Competitive Fixed Price Quote

Tel: 0121 624 2306 Mobile: 07794 752103


If you prefer, please complete the Enquiry Form on our Contact Us Page



 For Important Information and Advice please read the

Landlord’s Guide to Electrical Safety   

Issued by the Electrical Safety Council





Property Buying or Selling and Landlord Certificates



  • Landlord Electrical Certificate
  • Electrical Safety Certificate
  • Landlord Electrical Safety Certificate
  • Periodic Inspection Report 
  • If you are in any doubt  about what type of Certification you need please contact us on 0121 624 2306 and we will be happy to advise at no obligation.





Please read the following statement from the Electrical Safety Council:


As a landlord, you are legally obliged to provide and maintain your rental property in a safe condition. For this reason, the Electrical Safety Council (ESC) recommends that the electrical installation is formally inspected and tested at least once every 5 years, by a competent person, and a report confirming its condition is issued (Electrical Installation Condition Report – EICR). Any remedial work that is required should be undertaken by a registered electrician.


 For a Description of what the EICR entails see section lower down this page.






We are an NICEIC ( National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting) Registered and Accredited Company.


All Our Electrical Testing and Certification Is Carried Out In Full Compliance With BS 7671.


Our EICR Certificates Fully Satisfy the Requirements Of Insurance Companies, Mortgage Providers, Banks, Loan Companies, Landlords, Letting Agents, Estate Agents, Solicitors, and Surveyors Acting for House Buyers and Sellers.





Our electricians are:


Fully qualified to 17th edition Regulations


Fully qualified to City and Guilds 2391 Inspect, Test and Certificate


NICEIC Accredited


Part P Registered


BS 7671 Compliant







The EICR is compliant with BS 7671 and Fully Satisfies the Requirements of Insurance Companies, Landlords, Estate Agents, Letting Agents, Solicitors, Banks, Mortgage Lenders, Loan Companies, Surveyors acting for House Buyers and Sellers, and all other Interested Parties.



For a fuller description of what the Report involves please see below,

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The Report is carried out by our Qualified Electricians and consists firstly of a visual examination of the safety of the wiring, fuseboard and electrical fittings in your property.

The Electrician will then carry out relevant tests on the circuits to BS 7671 to ensure that there are no hidden safety problems or deficiencies which might not be apparent on the visual inspection and the Test Results are recorded on the Report.

The Electrical Installation Condition Report contains the test results and relevant observations concerning the safety of the existing installation.




On completion the Landlord / Householder will be given a copy of the Electrical Installation Condition Report .


The Report is what is often referred to by Landlords in the terms shown above as the “Electrical Safety Certificate” or “Safety Certificate” or Periodic Report” which were replaced in 2012 by the EICR.


Any Faults or Problems that may be found in the Installation are Recorded on the Report and Given a CODE of 1-3.


The Conclusion of the Report will be either “Satisfactory” or “Unsatisfactory” depending on the condition of the installation overall and the severity of any faults or problems.


A finding of “unsatisfactory” will only be given if the installation is Presently Dangerous (CODE 1) or Potentially Dangerous (CODE 2)


There is also a section where recommendations for Remedial Works or Improvements which would bring the electrical installation up to current Building Regulation Standards are shown, if applicable. (CODE 3)


It is not compulsory to carry out these recommendations immediately and the Report will not “Fail” because of them not being carried out immediately, but it is important to remember that all landlords have a legal obligation to ensure that all electrical equipment is safe at the start of each tenancy and is maintained in a safe condition throughout the tenancy.

Should you require any further information or guidance, or you would like a fixed-price Quote please do not hesitate to contact us either on the telephone numbers shown at the top of the page or if you prefer please fill out the Enquiry Form on our Contact Us Page