Electrical Installation
Condition Report

Electrical Installation Condition Report Testing Service

At Torva Electrical, we’re dedicated to ensuring the safety and compliance of your electrical installations, whether it’s for your home, rental property, business office or any other commercial building. Our Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) service is designed to provide you with peace of mind, knowing your electrical systems are thoroughly inspected and tested by experts.

What is an EICR?

An Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) is a detailed assessment conducted by certified electricians to evaluate the safety of electrical installations within a property. It identifies any potential hazards, defects, or deviations from the current Wiring Standards, ensuring your electrical systems are safe and up to regulatory standards.

Why Choose Torva Electrical For Your EICR Testing Service

Book Your EICR Today With Torva Electrical

Ensure your property’s electrical installations are safe and compliant. Contact Torva Electrical today to schedule your EICR. Our friendly team is ready to provide you with a free quote and arrange an inspection at your convenience.

With Torva Electrical, you’re choosing a partner committed to the highest standards of safety, compliance, and customer service. Protect your property and its occupants with our professional EICR service.

Getting Started with Home Electrical Insurance


Initial Consultation

We take the time to understand your needs and schedule the inspection at a time that suits you best


Thorough Inspection

Our certified electricians conduct a detailed assessment of your electrical systems, including wiring, fuse board, and electrical accessories.


Report and Certificate

You’ll receive a detailed report outlining any identified issues, potential hazards, and recommendations for corrective actions to ensure compliance and safety. Certificates are issued within 24 hours of the inspection (usually same day). Certificates are emailed to you and are available to download online through our customer portal.


Support and Guidance

Our team is here to offer advice on any necessary work/repairs and can assist in ensuring your electrical systems are safe, compliant, and up to date.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who needs an EICR?

Anyone responsible for the maintenance of a property, including landlords, homeowners, and business owners.

It's recommended every 10 years for homeowners and every 5 years for rented properties, with variations depending on the property's use and the latest inspection report.

The report covers the adequacy of earthing and bonding, checks for protection against fire and electric shock, and identifies any wear and tear or damage.

While it’s not a legal requirement to have an EICR to sell a property, some buyers or their solicitors may request one. An up-to-date EICR may facilitate the sale process by providing reassurance of the property’s electrical safety.

The duration of an EICR inspection varies depending on the size and complexity of the property’s electrical installation. For a typical domestic property, it might take a few hours, whereas larger commercial properties can take longer.

If your property fails the EICR, it’s important to address the identified issues as soon as possible. The report will detail any faults and recommendations for remedial work. It’s advisable to hire a qualified electrician to carry out the necessary repairs to ensure your property meets electrical safety standards.

Ensure access to all electrical components, including sockets, light fixtures, and the consumer unit, is clear. It’s also helpful to have all electrical systems accessible and operational to allow for comprehensive testing.

Newly built properties or properties with new electrical installations will have an Electrical Installation Certificate (EIC) instead of an EICR. However, an EICR is recommended after the property reaches 10 years of age or if a change in occupancy occurs in rental properties.