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    Landlord requirements

    Buying a house

    Should I ask for an EICR when purchasing my new home? Before purchasing a property it is always worth asking the current occupier if they have an up-to-date EICR. This will give you an overview of the current state of the electrics in the property. Protect yourself from potential hidden electrical faults by arranging an EICR on your new property now.

    What is an EICR?

    An electrical installation condition report (EICR) also known as a Periodic Inspection Check is carried out to ensure the property is electrically safe. It helps to identify the following: - Integrity and degradation of the wiring, - Ensure any past DIY modifications were completed safely, - Damage to electrical accessories including sockets and switches

    Selling your home?

    Do I need an EICR when selling my home? The law requires you to have an Electrical Installation Certificate (EIC) if you have had any 'notifiable' electrical works carried out on your home since 2005. Obtaining an EICR can provide a potential buyer peace of mind that the electrics are safe, and having all the documentation to hand can speed up the selling process!