Electrical Safety Certificate

An Electrical Safety Certificate is a document issued by a qualified and registered electrician. It is used to qualify your home or investment property’s electrical safety and ensure that it remains compliant.

NEIC for new installation

An Electrical Safety Certificate is issued after an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) has been carried out on a property. Your Electrical Safety Certificate or EICR certificate needs to be kept up to date, with new inspections mandatory every 5 years.

What will be inspected

The EICR pertains to all fixed installations in your home. All parts of your electrical infrastructure that are permanently attached to the property.Excludes appliances like your fridge, washing machine or electric oven do not fall under the EICR inspection.

  • All light fitting
  • All plug sockets
  • All internal and external wiring
  • The property’s fuse boxes

Any electrical equipment that is permanently connected, such as storage heaters, power showers, or extractor fans.

MrWatt work with landlords throughout North London. We testing Trade Facilities and domestic properties.