Since 2005, all electrical work in dwellings in England and Wales whether carried out professionally or as DIY, and whether or not the work is notifiable to a building control body, must meet the requirements of Part P of the Building Regulations.
ICertifi electrical certificates comply with the IET model forms BS 7671, ensuring compliance and acceptance by any authority or scheme provider. Minor works (MW), Electrical Installation Certificate (EIC), Domestic Electrical installation, Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR), Visual inspection Report and Electrical Danger Notice electrical certificates are included
Saving your electrical certificates conveniently in one place provides a basis for any further inspection and testing. Additionally, in the event of a claim caused by an electrical installation, certificates provide documentary evidence which shows the installation had been installed to a satisfactory standard of safety. Also referred to as a Part P certificate. It is confirmation sent to the householder that the contractor has notified the work to the local authority via their competent person scheme. An electrical certificate It is an important document providing evidence the electrical work is compliant with the building regulations and will be needed when the property is to be sold