Our EICR covers unlimited number of rooms in the property
We charge a flat rate for EICRs wherever the property is located (including London)
A qualified engineer will attend the property and carry out the EICR
Add EICR to the cart. You can purchase this as a standalone product or for a property you have listed with Mashroom. Choose the address you require the EICR for and select your preferred date and time for the check to be carried out.
We'll check your preferred time and give you a call to confirm the appointment. A qualified engineer will then conduct a thorough check and ensure your property meets industry standards.
Once the engineer has completed the EICR, you will receive an official certificate that states the electric installation in your property is safe and in good working order. Certificates can last for up to five years, unless otherwise indicated by the engineer.
Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR). An EICR is produced following an in-depth inspection of the electrical condition and installation in a property.
An Electrical Installation Condition Report is an official document that is produced following an assessment of the electrics in a property. The check is carried out by a qualified electrician and identifies any damage, deterioration, defects and/or conditions which may prove dangerous.
An EICR check must be carried out by an experienced qualified electrician or approved contractor.
The law around the EICR changed in July 2020. Landlords are now legally required to have an EICR report in place. You must supply a valid EICR to an existing tenant within 28 days of the inspection and to new tenants before they occupy the property.
Regulations require that electrical installations in rented properties are inspected and tested by a qualified and competent person at least every 5 years. If you start a new tenancy on or after 1st July 2020, you'll need to make sure you have a valid report before your new tenants move in. For existing tenancies, you'll need one by 1st April 2021.
Properties that already have a valid electrical installation condition report (EICR) will not need to replace it until five years have passed since it was issued.
An EICR will assess the condition of your electrical systems and evaluate how efficiently they are working, paying particular attention to any deterioration or defects. Issues with circuits or equipment which might overload or overheat the system, areas of electric shock risk or fire hazards and potential faulty electrical work are amongst some of the checks.
An EICR certificate is issued after an assessment of an electrical installation by a qualified electrician. You must supply a valid EICR to an existing tenant within 28 days of the inspection and to new tenants before they occupy the property.
You can purchase an EICR through Mashroom by clicking the add to cart button above.
The Mashroom EICR covers unlimited rooms in a property. Often companies charge per room for EICRs, but with Mashroom all rooms in your property are covered.
An EICR takes approximately 3-4 hours to complete, dependent on the number of rooms in the property.
Yes, our EICRs cover the whole of the UK (England, Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales).
Mashroom's EICR costs £225 and covers unlimited rooms.
No, Mashroom's EICR price (£225) remains the same for properties located inside and outside of London and covers an unlimited number of rooms.