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Commercial EICR Testing

PATTCO are qualified specialists in Electrical Installation Condition Reporting.

What is an EICR?

Commercial EICR reports are official documents that offer details of the overall condition and safety of your electrical installation and property.

In your report, you’ll find details on the condition of your electrical installations and advice on whether remedial work is required to improve safety and compliance with BS 767.1.

An EICR is an effective tool in protecting the fabric of your building and reducing your risk of a fire and danger to life.

They are a requirement for UK businesses. We provide certified EICR reports from our qualified electricians, with on-site testing that causes minimal disruption to your day-to-day operations.

Why it’s important

By testing all electrical equipment and fittings, we can ensure it’s not only safe but the right choice for your building and requirements.

Regular commercial EICRs can keep businesses and people safe from the risk of damage and degradation to electrical equipment.

At the end of our testing, you’ll be presented with a certificate that shows you’re compliant with UK regulations and offers advice on potential remedial work to increase the safety of your electrical equipment.

More than anything, an EICR gives property managers and facilities managers peace of mind that they’re proactively protecting their properties and the people associated with them.

Why choose Pattco?

To conduct an EICR, you need to be qualified. There is a high risk if it’s not completed properly. Our commitment to quality over our two decades as a business has built us a great reputation as a trusted broker.

We thoroughly and rigorously follow guidelines when we conduct commercial EICRs. This is just one of the reasons we’ve retained a large number of customers over the years who value quality and experience.

Unlike some other companies, we honour prices and deliver what we say we will deliver. So, there are no unexpected surprises – just great, reliable service.

We’ve become the first person to call for businesses across the UK who need support for their commercial electrical problems.

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Why are EICRs so important?

EICRs are crucial for ensuring electrical safety, compliance with regulations, minimising risks, and maintaining operational integrity within commercial settings.

How do you conduct an EICR?

You need to be specifically qualified to undertake EICRs. They involve thorough inspections and testing of electrical installations to ensure safety, compliance, and minimal disruption to business operations.

Is an EICR necessary for my commercial property?

Conducting an EICR for your commercial establishment is vital to comply with regulations and guarantee a safe working environment for employees and customers.

How will the EICR affect the daily operation of my business?

An EICR is designed to have minimal impact on your daily business operations. Our goal is to conduct inspections efficiently and effectively, ensuring any necessary remedial work is scheduled with minimal disruption to your business activities.

Are your engineers qualified to perform EICRs for the commercial industry?

Our team of engineers are highly experienced and diverse in terms of commercial environments and ages, well-qualified in conducting EICRs tailored to meet the specific needs of commercial establishments.

Which commercial sectors do you provide EICRs for?

We specialise in providing EICRs for diverse commercial sectors, ensuring adherence to safety regulations and industry standards. Not sure if we can help you? Give us a call.

What happens if an EICR identifies issues in my electrical installations?

If issues are found during an EICR, our team will provide a detailed report outlining necessary remedial actions to ensure compliance and safety along with a no-obligation quote for any works.

Are there specific regulations governing the frequency of EICR inspections for commercial premises?

Our experts are well-versed in the regulations and can guide you on the required inspection intervals for your commercial property.

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