Electrical Certification

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An Electrical Installation Certificate must be issued for all new electrical installations

Foster Electrical Services (Anglia) Ltd complete the following types of electrical testing for industrial, commercial and domestic.

• Electrical Installation (New Works)
• Electrical Installation Condition reports
• Landlord ‘Safe to Let’ Certificates

Through our expertise and commitment to excellence in customer service we ensure our client’s organisation meets all the electrical health, safety and legal requirements at a very competitive price.

We can offer you a no obligation survey of the electrical installation at your premises in order to provide a very competitive quote to carry out the work.

certified electricians

We regularly develop our electricians and keep up with evolving modern practices to ensure our customers receive the best service possible. See below training certificates obtained by our highly skilled electricians:

i.e. damage, wear, tear, corrosion, excessive electrical loading, aging and environmental influences.

Read our blog: What are EICR and why do I need one?

The IEE Wiring Regulations (BS 7671) require that EICR of electrical installations is carried out at such intervals that are consistent with the type of installation, its use and operation, the frequency of maintenance and the external influences upon it.

To comply with these regulations, we would recommend that you seriously consider a report on your premises. Electrical Testing inevitably causes some disruption on the site due to the requirements for disconnecting electrical circuits at various times during the testing. For this reason, careful planning and time management is a necessity.

The results and extent of electrical testing are recorded on an EICR and provided to the person ordering the inspection. The report includes the extent of the work, limitations, details of defects and dangerous conditions, and schedules of inspections and test results. Immediately dangerous conditions are rectified or reported without delay to the relevant duty holder. Other recommendations and observations are reported using a numbering system to indicate the severity of each observation.