EICR Reports & PAT Testing 

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SMC Electrical undertake any type of testing for domestic properties whether you are a private home owner or a premises manager of a large complex. Here you can find details about why our customers use our service for certification and reporting;


EICR - Electrical Installation Condition Reports

An Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR), formally known as a Periodic Inspection Report, is a report detailing the sustainability of an existing installation for continued use. 

We are qualified and competent to fully inspect, test and report on domestic properties and deliver electrical installation condition reports. People need an EICR when buying or selling a house, renting out properties or simply to check the electrical installation in there home is safe. This is recommended to be completed every 5 - 10 years. An EICR will involve the inspection and testing of all of your final circuits, your consumer unit(s), protective devices, suppliers services head & earthing arrangements and earthing & bonding. The report you will receive will classify the overall installation as satisfactory or unsatisfactory as deemed appropriate by the inspector (SMC Electrical). Any deviations from the regulations will either be coded as C1 (danger present), C2 (potentially dangerous), C3 (improvement recommended), for FI (further investigation required without delay. Any C1, C2 FI observations would result in an unsatisfactory verdict being passed on the installation as a whole. 

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