Electrical Condition Reports
Ry have in house NICEIC approved Local Electricians ready 24/7 to assist you with carrying out your EICR and then any remedial works found required from this test.
EICR - Stands for Electrical Condition Report - these are planned works with set pricing - which can be seen on our prices page here
You can also read through this page for information on EICRs and how they work along with seeing some of the pricing below.
Our Local Electricians are vetted, qualified and monitored. Ry Group for over 10 Years have built a reputation on skill and trust and you can read some of our excellent customer reviews here
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Reliable Electrical Condition Report Company
Every household, office, or company possesses a range of appliances and installations connected to electricity. Over time, these appliances may develop issues that pose risks, such as short-circuiting or overloading. How can you proactively prevent such circumstances in the future? Look no further than RY Group, a trusted company with certified technicians ready to conduct thorough inspections and provide you with an electrical condition report.
So, what exactly does an electrical inspection condition report entail? It primarily focuses on assessing the internal and external cable connections to ensure their safe usability. Drawing upon years of industry experience, our skilled electrical engineers perform meticulous visual inspections, checking for any breaks, cracks, or signs of overloading in your electrical installations. By using our services, you can enhance the durability and reliability of your appliances while minimising potential risks.
Whether you are a homeowner, a business owner, or a landlord renting out properties for residential or commercial purposes, obtaining an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) is imperative, among other necessary documents. This comprehensive report offers assurance to your tenants that their electrical appliances and connections are secure, posing no health risks or threats to their devices.
Pocket-Friendly EICR Cost
If you are a landlord or property owner, whether you rent out your property or plan for future developments, you understand the importance of ensuring the safety and condition of your electrical connections and utilities. Having a reliable report confirming the safety of your electrical lines and appliances is crucial for instilling trust in your tenants. At Ry Group, we offer pocket-friendly rates for Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR), allowing private and commercial property owners to have their electrical connections inspected and documented at affordable costs.
Our team of trusted engineers thoroughly inspects all electrical installations on your property and promptly provides comprehensive reports. These reports can be shared with your tenants and used for legal compliance, assuring your property's electrical connections and installations are safe and free from risks. Our EICR report cost is designed to fit within your inspection budget, offering you peace of mind without breaking the bank.
Remember, it is recommended to test your electrical connections every 5-10 years. To fulfil this requirement, you can always rely on our services. Feel free to contact us for more information or to inquire about the affordable electrical condition report cost we offer.
Up to 4 circuits and £20+VAT per circuit there after - prices subject to VAT
Up to 6 circuits and £20+VAT per circuit there after - prices subject to VAT
Up to 8 circuits and £20+VAT per circuit there after - prices subject to VAT
Up to 10 circuits and £20+VAT per circuit there after - prices subject to VAT
Up to 12 circuits and £20+VAT per circuit there after - prices subject to VAT
5 Bed or Commercial
Please send a photo of all fuseboards at the property - or call our office to arrange a quick video call
Certified Electrical Condition Report for Landlords
When landlords rent out their properties, it is crucial to assure tenants that the premises are safe for occupancy. Particularly when it comes to electrical connections, tenants expect a professional assessment before moving in. Suppose you find yourself in this position as a landlord. In that case, our trusted services offer Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICRs) specifically tailored for landlords, giving tenants the confidence to trust the property they are about to call home.
An EICR is an essential requirement for landlords, ensuring the safety of individuals within and around the premises by identifying potential hazards caused by faulty electrical connections. With our electrical installation condition reports, landlords can thoroughly inspect and test every electrical installation they own. Our experienced Trade Facilities Services engineers will provide you with a certified copy of the report, which can be presented to tenants and other relevant authorities as necessary.
Private landlords are legally obligated to check the condition of their electrical installations every five years. To ensure compliance and professional services, it is crucial to rely on licensed electricians who possess the expertise to generate accurate and reliable landlord electrical reports for all your electrical installations and connections.
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Once a job is complete, on each visit you will receive your invoice on the same day. With your engineers' feedback. We would have already secured a payment method upon booking maybe by card with our tokenization secure system, or cash or even finance! You will have the chance to make payment via an online link and change your payment card - if not we will take the payment from the card you secured the booking with to save you the hassle.
FUTURE WORK & HISTORY
Domestic Electrical Condition Report for Your Premises
In modern homes, electricity is a vital necessity. However, have you ever considered the reliability of your electric connections and installations after years of constant use? Damaged and outdated electrical fittings are among the leading causes of house fires and other hazardous incidents in the UK. So, how can you avoid such risks? Our team of leading specialists are here to offer a legalised domestic electrical installation report that can be renewed every ten years by our certified technicians. They conduct thorough inspections and tests on all your electrical installations, ensuring their safety for ongoing use.
Through a domestic visual condition report, you can assess crucial aspects of your electrical system, including earthing, bonding, compatibility, and reliability for future use. This is particularly helpful because inexperienced homeowners may overlook potential issues that our experts can identify. We meticulously inspect your property's electrical installations to ensure that no vulnerable risks are present during operation.
What sets our domestic electrical condition report apart is its comprehensive and easily understandable nature, catering to homeowners who may not be familiar with technical abbreviations. Additionally, we examine other electrically connected fixtures, such as switches and sockets, to identify potential overloading and short circuits. If you wish to benefit from our expertise, all it takes is a simple phone call to book our services.
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Meet Mark - Mark is our Electrical QS who has had over 25 Years experience as a qualified electrician on both Domestic and Commercial works. Mark has had previous lead engineer and managerial roles .... and is a 10/10 on communication