Condition reports for private landlords, housing associations and commercial building owners

Fuzion 4 provide EICRs for commercial clients, property developers, housing associations and landlords across London and the South East.

Faulty and old wiring are two of the main causes or electrical fires. Fuzion 4 can reduce the risk of a fire by checking the condition of your electrical installation to make sure it is in good and safe working order.

The primary purpose of the report is to ensure the safety of people and property at the premises of the electrical installation. It is advised that a EICR report should be carried out at regular intervals, the intervals are dependent on the type of installation.

Find out more about electrical installations and condition reports across London and the South East by visiting our dedicated electrical arm’s website.

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An electrical installation condition report should be carried out regularly and in accordance with BS7671. An electrical installation condition report (EICR) is provided as a legal document, given following an assessment by a qualified electrician.

Electrical installation condition reports are mandatory for landlords. Since July 2020, there is now a legal onus on all landlords to have an electrical installation condition report in place. They will have to be able to provide this to the tenant, managing agent or local authority within 30 days should they ask.

Work place electrical inspections are now a requirement for most insurers and will form part of a businesses’ health & safety at work compliance. AB Electrical can help you navigate the complex legislation around electrical inspections. For home owners an ECIR will almost certainly be a requirement of mortgage lenders when moving house.