EICR Condition Report

An EICR or Electrical Installation Condition Report. Is a formal document that is produced following an assessment of the electrical installation within a property. It must be carried out by an experienced qualified electrician or approved contractor.

Electrical installations can deteriorate over time.  Accidental damage, wear & tear, corrosion, DIY electrical work etc can all contribute

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During an EICR Electric Condition Report

the consumer unit (or fuseboard), wiring and electrical accessories are thoroughly tested and inspected for faults or deviations from the Wiring Standards. Throughout the test, the following will be inspected and tested:


The adequacy of the earthing and bonding.

Devices for protection against fire and electric shock.

Any damage or wear and tear that might affect the safety of the properties inhabitants.

Identification of any damaged electrical fittings and accessories, any exposed live wires that could cause a fire or injury

EICR prices are dependant on the number of circuits in the property

  • One Bedroom house £120
  • Two Bedroom house £130
  • Three Bedroom house £145
  • Four Bedroom house £160
  • Five Bedroom house £180

All prices are approximate please send a picture of the consumer unit/fuse board for an exact price

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EICR is mandatory and important to verify the properties electrical installation for private rentals and needs to be tested at least every 5 years

House Buyer

Electrical Installation Condition Reports are becoming more popular by house buyers not wanting to find potentially dangerous electrical conditions after their purchase


It is recommended to test a home every 10 years to verify the safety of the installation and the working condition of the consumer unit or fuse board