Domestic Electrical Certificate
• Domestic Electrical Installation Certificate(DEIC)
• Domestic Electrical Installation Condition Report(DEICR
• Landlord safety certificate
• Building control compliance certificate
• Domestic Visual Condition Report(DVCR)
We offer a friendly, Professional, fully qualified and competent NICIEC electrical testing and inspection service across London. We work to 17th Edition BS7671 including the new amendments of January 2012.
DOMESTIC ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION CONDITION REPORT
For complete peace of mind, and to ensure the safety of your loved ones, regularly checking the safety of your home’s electrical installations is vital. Electrical fittings naturally deteriorate with age so hiring a qualified electrical inspector to ensure they are not hazardous is a good move.
At 2es, we work to British Standards BS 7671 17th Edition and are NICEIC accredited. Our London domestic periodic inspection reporting service involves scanning for any issues around the home that may be a fire hazard, checking for any defective DIY work and ensuring earthing and bonding in the wiring system is not deficient, and checking that circuit boards are not overloaded. This certificate is sometimes called DOMESTIC PERIODIC INSPECTION REPORT.
Call 2es on 02081337550 for advice on electrics for your home, or to book electrical inspection.
BUILDING CONTROL COMLIANCE CERTIFICATE.
If you are planning on undertaking a refurbishment project on your home that involves electrical works, then you must give notice to your local building controller before work begins to show that the planned work is compliant with building and safety regulations. However, if your electrician is NICEIC registered, as we are, then it will be taken as read that the work will be compliant, so you will save yourself this stage.
On completion of the work, we will issue you with BCC certification. You should keep this safe as you may need to produce it if you sell your home.
DOMESTIC VISUAL CONDITION REPORT:
An NICEIC Domestic Visual Condition Report offers peace of mind for you as a homeowner, especially if you have recently moved into a new property and are unsure of the safety of its electrics. It involves an assessment of the condition of domestic electrical installations and aims to determine whether there is any visually evident defect or any deterioration or damage has occured which may pose a risk to your safety. A certificate will be issued upon completion of the visual condition report.
It is important to note that while a visual inspection may reveal defects that are potential electrical safety hazards, it is no replacement for a full periodic inspection