EICR Certificate From £100
EICR Report Codes that arise from the Electrical installation Condition Report, are generally put into question. This is because many people have not explained them. Landlord EICR Report Codes are the issues that are found on your EICR report on page 2. These are the codes, that decide whether your reports is “satisfactory” or “Unsatisfactory. Below is a Breakdown of what the codes actually mean.
C1: Immediate Danger – Examples, Exposed live parts, Open gap in the consumer unit, badly damaged accessory, Incorrect Polarity, Conductive parts are live due to fault
C2: Potentially Danger – Poor Earthing, Absence of RCD for portable equipment used outside or where is located in a bath or shower room, Absence of earthing at a socket.
C3: Non-Compliance –Improvement recommended – Absence of an RCD, undersized bonding conductor, general standards and regulations not met.
Under Amendment 3 there is also a Code for:
FI : which stands for ‘Further Investigation’ is required – Where there is a fault or unknown circuit that may require further investigation.
- Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) (1 Bed) £100.
- Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) (2 Bed) £100.
- Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) (3 Bed) £110.
- Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) (4 Bed) £140.
- Commercial EICR (Call to Confirm).
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