What is EICR?

Sometimes referred to as fixed wire testing or periodic inspection (PIR), EICR stands for Electrical Installation Condition Report. The report is an official document which is created following a detailed […]

Why do I need an EICR?

The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 mean that if your building or premises is used for commercial, industrial, service or any other public or non-dwelling use then you have a […]

What testing is carried out during EICR?

The testing consists of multiple visual inspections and electrical tests and covers all hardwiring such as sockets, lighting, switches, main panels, distribution boards, air conditioning and other fixed electrical components. […]

What information should an EICR contain?

An EICR should contain: Your business details and the details of the inspection Any limitations of the inspection – e.g. Were there areas of the system that were inaccessible? Details […]

Why choose an NICEIC Registered Contractor?

NICEIC is the National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting. It’s a government-approved agency which regulates training and work in the electrical installation sector. It’s widely recognised as the most […]

How often should I have an EICR?

This depends on a number of factors. We can give you bespoke advice on the right frequency to ensure the safety of your specific system. We will take into account […]