Certification

From £99

Electrical Installation Condition Report only £99 including VAT  (Save £51) Our Electrical engineers adhere to Part P building requirements.
We can carry out electrical certificates (electrical installation condition reports), diagnostics and fault finding on electrical systems. Zenertek engineers are fully trained and comply with all current requirements and regulations ensuring that your work is done to optimum standards.
We use the latest testing equipment to trace faults which enables us to diagnose and repair faults quickly. Once we have carried out the inspection, we will provide you with a report detailing any faults and recommendations for remedial works.


NOTE: Price based on a fuse board with 10 circuits or under. A majority of residential houses will have a 10 circuit fuse board. 
Contact us if unsure and require advise.

Current Price List (all prices listed include VAT)

Electrical Safety Certificate (EICR) (1 Bed) 
(£82.50 ex vat | £99 inc vat)
Electrical Safety Certificate (EICR) (2 Bed) 
(£90.83 ex vat | £109 inc vat)
Electrical Safety Certificate (EICR) (3 Bed) 
(£99.17 ex vat | £119 inc vat)
Electrical Safety Certificate (EICR) (4 Bed) 
(£107.50 ex vat | £129 inc vat)
Commercial EICR  1 - 5 circuits

 (£150 ex vat | £180 inc vat)
Commercial EICR  6 - 10 circuits 
(£167 ex vat | £200 inc vat)
Commercial EICR  11 - 15 circuits
(£208 ex vat | £250 inc vat)
*Additional Fuse Boards up to 10 circuits will be £150 inc vat. 
*3 Phase boards will cost an additional £100 inc vat. 
Fire Alarm Inspection £65 / zone ex VAT
Emergency Lighting Certificate £65 ex VAT

certification


Our engineers use the latest testing equipment to trace faults which enables them to diagnose and repair faults quickly. Once our engineer has carried out the inspection they will provide you with a report detailing any faults and recommendations for remedial works.  

EICR Check List

What you need to do before one of our electricians attent your property to do an electrical certificate:    
 
  The engineer must have full access to the board; any obstructions must be removed prior to the test. 
  Board location must be provided to the office prior to the test to ascertain whether the engineer needs ladders.
  PAYG meters must have enough credit in order for the engineer to conduct the test.
  Any damaged fixed fittings must be identified prior to the test; broken light switches, cracked sockets etc.
  All sensitive equipment must be unplugged prior to the test.
  It is imperative for the Fuse board to be marked up; all relevant circuits must be identified correctly in order for the engineer to carry out the inspection.
  If at any point the engineer believes the installation to be in an unsafe condition the test will be stopped and recommendations will be made to the customer   for improvements which may be needed.
    For further information contact us on 0121 408 3446 or email us at info@zenertek.com