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Landlord Electrical Safety Certificate in Dudley

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Landlord Electrical Safety Certificate in DudleyLandlord Electrical safety certificate in Dudley. Landlord Electrical safety certificate is an Electrical Safety Report which involves an inspection of all electrical circuits, sockets, lights, fuse board and earth bonding to water and gas services. Specialist test meter is used and the inspection normally takes around an hour to half a day depending on the number of electrical circuits and type of property. Elite Electrics are professionally do landlord electrical safety certificates in Dudley and surrounding areas.

All electrical accessories, circuits and cabling deteriorate with time and use. This is why it is so important to have everything checked to ensure either you or your tenants are not put at risk.


From time to time things can go wrong in your own home or even worse in one of your rental properties. This can be a stressful time trying to find somebody reliable to the job, ensuring they will do a good job and within a fair price.

The testing will reveal if any circuits or parts of the installation are overloaded, identify if any parts of the installation are at risk of electrical shock and/or fire risk hazard. The report will also pick up on whether there is any defective DIY work which will need attention or if there is any lack of earth bonding.

Further testing will be carried out on wiring and on fixed point appliances such as appliances that are built in into your kitchen. Plug sockets are also tested so that you have a very thoroughly completed test report.

All our engineers are NICEIC approved  with the relevant electrical qualifications and competence. The Engineer will check the electrical installation against the current requirements of BS 7671 : 2008 (2011) Requirements for  Electrical Installations (lET Wiring Regulations 17th Edition) which is the national safety standard for electrical installations.

The EICR  Satisfies the Requirements of Landlords, Estate Agents, Letting Agents, Solicitors, Banks, Mortgage Lenders, Insurers, Loan Companies, Surveyors acting for landlords, House Buyers and Sellers, and all other Interested Parties often use the different terms listed below:

  • Electrical Certificate
  • Landlord Electrical Certificate
  • Electrical Safety Certificate
  • Landlord Electrical Safety Certificate
  • Landlord Safety Certificate
  • Periodic Test Certificate
  • Periodic Inspection Report

PAT Testing in Dudley

PAT Testing in Dudley. The Electrical Equipment (Safety) Regulations 1994 requires that all mains electrical equipment (cookers, washing machines, kettles, etc), new or second-hand, supplied with the accommodation must be safe. Landlords therefore need to regularly maintain the electrical equipment they supply to ensure it is safe.

Portable Appliance Testing is the electrical safety testing of portable electrical equipment.  It consists of a visual inspection and various electrical tests carried out using test equipment.  Appliances that have passed the tests are deemed to be safe to use until the next test date.  A sticker is attached to the equipment indicating Pass and next test date or fail.


Gas Safety Certificates CP12 in Dudley

Gas Safety Certificate CP12 in Dudley. As a landlord, you are responsible for the safety of your tenants. You must ensure that all gas appliances are working correctly and safely.

We provide Gas Safety Checks (CP12) to Landlords, Home Owners, and Estate Agents. We only use Gas Safe registered engineers to carry out gas certificates.

EPC Certificate in Dudley (Energy Performance Certificates)

EPC Certificate in Dudley. From 9 January 2013 all advertisements for either selling or renting property must clearly show the energy rating of the building.

Our qualified Home Energy Inspectors are licensed to undertake domestic surveys in accordance with legislation and produce the report.

Energy Performance Certificates tell you how energy efficient a home is on a scale of A-G. The most efficient homes which should have the lowest fuel bills are in band A. The EPC is valid for 10 years.