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Electrical Installation Condition Reports 

Building owners and landlords must ensure that electrical installations within their premises are safe. It is therefore a legal requirement that an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) is carried out every three years on industrial premises and every five years on commercial buildings.

As a NAPIT registered contractor, VB Electrical is qualified to carry out an in-depth assessment of the electrical systems within your commercial or industrial premises. This will involve us testing the condition of your electrics against BS7671 – the UK standard for the safety of electrical installations.

In the event of any unsatisfactory findings, our team will carry out all the necessary fault finding and rectification to achieve the required compliance and ensure that your building is safe.

Why choose VB Electrical for your EICR report?

  • Minimal disruption

We operate in busy environments, like schools, colleges, manufacturing facilities and multi-tenanted buildings, and we ensure that we don’t interrupt any daily activities during our testing.

  • Helping you meet your legal and insurance obligations

If you run a business, your insurance provider will expect you to have a valid EICR report and it could be essential if you ever need to make a claim. A satisfactory report also ensures that you meet the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989.

  • Quality assurance

Our fully qualified team is trained to the latest standards and current regulations and we provide the highest quality of workmanship on every project.

What does an EICR report involve?

We work with businesses of all sizes to promote safety though EICR reports and our service includes:

  • A fixed wire test – we test every electrical installation in your premises.
  • A visual inspection – a basic check to identify any damage, defects or deterioration.
  • Dead testing – ring circuit loop testing, circuit loop testing and insulation resistance testing.
  • Live testing – polarity testing, earth loop impedance testing, prospective short circuit testing and residual current device (RCD) testing.


PAT testing

Faulty equipment can cause fires, so all electrical equipment and installations must be checked by a qualified and approved electrical contractor. Failure to check equipment could result in your insurance being invalidated. It is the responsibility of landlords, building owners and facilities managers to ensure that Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) is carried out at regular intervals. VB Electrical can carry out PAT testing on all your equipment to ensure it is safe.

Experts in detailed electrical fixed wire reports

Our team of specialists can conduct fixed wire tests on your premises. If we find an issue with your electrical installation, we will recommend and carry out the required work quickly and efficiently – with minimum downtime to your business.

Contact VB Electrical for your next EICR test

NAPIT qualified, we have many years’ experience in EICR testing and rectification work.  we We will carry out your inspection and provide you with an EICR certificate when your electrical system has passed the inspection.

Call VB Electrical on 0800 129 9750 or email to request a quote or find out more about your electrical safety obligations.

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