EICR stands for Electrical Installation Condition Report, and it is sometimes also called the Landlord Safety Test or the Homebuyer’s Test.

EICRs Are a Legal Requirement in Scotland for all homes.
However, they have been a legal requirement for landlords in Scotland for longer. Mandatory testing came into force in the Housing (Scotland) Act 2014. As part of the requirements, Scottish landlords must arrange two tests: The Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR). From 2023, all existing short-term let owners in Scotland will have to have EICRs carried out every five years, alongside PAT testing. The recommended frequency varies for commercial buildings.

If you are a private homeowner, it is advisable to get an EICR done every five years or particularly if you are adding or changing anything electrical for example an EV charger.

An EICR is a detailed electrical inspection service carried out by our certified electricians. It involves a thorough check of all the electrical installations and systems within your property, identifying any potential hazards or non-compliance with the current British Standard for electrical safety (BS 7671). Upon completion, you receive a report detailing any faults or deviations, giving you peace of mind and a roadmap for any necessary remedial work. Protect your property and its occupants with our EICR service, a cornerstone of responsible property management.

Whether you’re a landlord, homeowner, or even a local business in Glasgow. We can help you get an Electrical Installation Condition Report, ensuring that you meet all insurance requirements. You or your tenants & customers health and safety is extremely important, so it’s vital that you do everything you can in order to ensure your electrical appliances are not only in working order, but safe to use.

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