Prices from £100

What is an EICR?

An EICR or Electrical Installation Conditional Report is an electrical safety report, designed to identify any issues in a property that may cause harm to the building or the people inside.

According to the electrical safety first charity, there were over 15,000 domestic electrical fires in England between 2015/16, with 2920 of these fires being caused by electrical sockets, wiring, plugs etc. Many of these may have been prevented, with and EICR being undertaken, and any recommended works being followed up on.

Fires are just one of the many issues created by bad & old installations, however these statistics alone, are enough to warrant a proper, in-depth eicr that we can provide.

What’s included?

If you need a report doing, the first thing to do is get in touch. For domestic customers, we can usually give quotes over the phone, if you can give us details of your property. It may help if you know how many circuits there are (you can check in your fuse board/consumer unit).

For commercial and industrial customers, we normally come and do a site visit, free of charge and prepare a full quote.

Once we’ve been given the go ahead, we come to your property and carry out the EICR, which will involve turning of every circuit at some point, unless agreed otherwise. We can do this at set times if requested, such as machine downtime, or lunchbreaks. Once completed, the report is prepared and sent to you.

Get in touch     01535 517317

Whether you need a free quote or a call out, Ecospark are on hand to assist at any time. Serving Keighley and surrounding areas.

Small job specialist

We undertake all jobs no matter the size, however we also focus on small jobs, where others maybe completely ignore, whether changing a light fitting, or just a damaged socket, let us know, and we’ll get it sorted!

Price and quotes

If you need a quote, most of the time we’d prefer to come look at the job. We don’t charge for quotes, so if you need something doing, it won’t cost you a penny to find out what’s involved, so why not get in touch.