Electricall South Wales

Electrical Certificates

Electrical Certificates -Electricall South Wales can help you gain certification for your Domestic, Commercial and Landlord Properties.Whatever your problem – we have the electrical solution for you!

 

Landlords (Rental Properties)

This certificate confirms that the minor electrical installation work to which it relates has been  designed, constructed and tested in accordance with BS 7671. This certificate is required for :  Alterations made to an existing circuit (without the change of the protective device), addition made to an existing circuit (such as a new socket outlet) 

This is a document used in reporting on the condition of an existing electrical installation. The EICR is replacing the old periodic Inspection Report  (PIR) which is not in use.  

BS 7671 provides a detailed table on recommended frequencies for periodic inspection and testing  of electrical installations. A typical commercial installation should be done in 5 years or on change of occupancy. 

To be valid the EICR must be accompanied by a: 

Schedule of inspections  

The schedule of test results 

This is a safety certificate which confirms that the electrical installation work to which it relates has  been designed, constructed and tested in accordance with BS 7671. It is a legal requirement. The electrical installation certificate is required for: 

New installations 

When a new circuit or circuits are installed to an existing installation 

The changing of a consumer unit (distribution board) 

When a circuit is altered. 

To be valid the Electrical installation certificate must be accompanied by: 

The schedule of inspections 

The schedule of test results. 

 

The EIC is a safety certificate issued by a qualified electrician or by an electrically authorized person  (EAP), after all or part of an electrical system has been safely isolated by means of a safe isolation  procedure.  

Domestic Properties

This certificate confirms that the minor electrical installation work to which it relates has been  designed, constructed and tested in accordance with BS 7671. This certificate is required for :  Alterations made to an existing circuit (without the change of the protective device), addition made to an existing circuit (such as a new socket outlet) 

This is a document used in reporting on the condition of an existing electrical installation. The EICR is replacing the old periodic Inspection Report  (PIR) which is not in use.  

BS 7671 provides a detailed table on recommended frequencies for periodic inspection and testing  of electrical installations. A typical commercial installation should be done in 5 years or on change of occupancy. 

To be valid the EICR must be accompanied by a: 

Schedule of inspections  

The schedule of test results 

This is a safety certificate which confirms that the electrical installation work to which it relates has  been designed, constructed and tested in accordance with BS 7671. It is a legal requirement. The electrical installation certificate is required for: 

New installations 

When a new circuit or circuits are installed to an existing installation 

The changing of a consumer unit (distribution board) 

When a circuit is altered. 

To be valid the Electrical installation certificate must be accompanied by: 

The schedule of inspections 

The schedule of test results. 

 

The EIC is a safety certificate issued by a qualified electrician or by an electrically authorized person  (EAP), after all or part of an electrical system has been safely isolated by means of a safe isolation  procedure.  

The domestic electrical installation certificate is to be used only for the initial certification of a new  installation or for an addition or alteration to an existing installation where new circuits have been  introduced. The certificate is only valid if accompanied by the schedule of inspections and the  schedule of test results.

Commercial Properties

This certificate confirms that the minor electrical installation work to which it relates has been  designed, constructed and tested in accordance with BS 7671. This certificate is required for :  Alterations made to an existing circuit (without the change of the protective device), addition made to an existing circuit (such as a new socket outlet) 

This is a document used in reporting on the condition of an existing electrical installation. The EICR is replacing the old periodic Inspection Report  (PIR) which is not in use.  

BS 7671 provides a detailed table on recommended frequencies for periodic inspection and testing  of electrical installations. A typical commercial installation should be done in 5 years or on change of occupancy. 

To be valid the EICR must be accompanied by a: 

Schedule of inspections  

The schedule of test results 

This is a safety certificate which confirms that the electrical installation work to which it relates has  been designed, constructed and tested in accordance with BS 7671. It is a legal requirement. The electrical installation certificate is required for: 

New installations 

When a new circuit or circuits are installed to an existing installation 

The changing of a consumer unit (distribution board) 

When a circuit is altered. 

To be valid the Electrical installation certificate must be accompanied by: 

The schedule of inspections 

The schedule of test results. 

 

The EIC is a safety certificate issued by a qualified electrician or by an electrically authorized person  (EAP), after all or part of an electrical system has been safely isolated by means of a safe isolation  procedure.  

All Emergency Lighting systems must be tested monthly. The test is a short functional test in  accordance with BS EN 50172 / BS 5266-8.

Landlords

We offer full electrical services for your rental properties to offer peace of mind to both you and your tenants.

commercial

Commercial electrical installation and repairs to suit your business’s needs. 

domestic

Electricall South Wales can provide all of your domestic electrical installations or repair needs.

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