CERTIFICATES 4 LANDLORDS - Tel 01418405236
EPC (Energy Performace Certificates) for Landlords and Homeowners
Certificates 4 Landlords based in Glasgow, provides the Buy to Let Landlord access to qualified and competent Electrical engineers in the Glasgow, Ayrshire and Renfrewshire areas, We fully trained and provide EPC inspectors to carry out energy performance certification, EPC and legionella risk assessments on their property. At Certificates for landlords we ensure you have all the current legal requirement certification prior to letting. Landlords must provide an EPC to tennents before they rent the property.
PAT Testing (Portable Appliance Testing)
Portable appliance testing (PAT) is the term used to describe the examination of electrical appliances and equipment in the home, office or anywhere there can be portable appliances, To ensure they are safe to use. Most electrical safety defects can be found by visual examination but some types of defect can only be found by electrical testing. It is essential to understand that visual examination is an essential part of the process because some types of electrical safety defect can't be detected by electrical testing alone. Landlords in Scotland are required by law to have items that they have in their property PAT Tested on a yearly basis. Items must be tested, pass or fail sticker applied and documented in a PAT Testing record certificate.
EICR ELECTRICAL TESTING FOR LANDLORDS
EICR (Electrical Installation Condition Report)
An Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR), until recently called a Periodic Inspecton Report, is certificates 4 landlords most detailed electrical inspection service, Comprising an in-depth examination of a property's electrical installation and a report detailing any necessary remedial work. In less time than you might imagine, electrics in the home can become damaged and worn through wear and tear. Homeowners in Scotland should get them tested at least every three to five years and every year if an HMO Property to check whether they are still safe to use. In other words, they should carry out an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR). For if appliances aren't safe, they could be a fire hazard or give you an electrical shock, causing injury or even death, as well as damage to your property.