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Electrical Installation Condition Report

From July 2020, all landlords need an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) conducted on their rental property.
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Safeguard your rental

Landlords are required by law to get an EICR on their property if it’s tenanted

Know your property’s condition

An EICR states the condition of electrical installations in your rental property

Long-lasting performance

A qualified engineer will attend your property and carry out the EICR

How it works.

1. List your property

List your property with Mashroom for free and gain exposure to millions of renters across portals like Rightmove and Zoopla. Let us take care of the particulars too, such as AST agreements and rent collection.

1. List your property

2. Book an electrical installation condition report

Select the EICR option from our services and you will receive a call for a date for the accessor to attend. A qualified engineer will then conduct a thorough electrical installation condition report and ensure your property meets industry standards.

2. Book an electrical installation condition report

3. Receive your documents

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.

3. Receive your documents

Keep up to date with safety compliance checks for £190

Order an EICR and ensure that your property is rental ready
Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR)
Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR)
An Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) is required; as all electrical installations will deteriorate over time. The report is valid for up to five years but we recommend more regular checks.