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We specialise in Electrical Installation Condition Reports - EICRs in Liverpool and the Surrounding Areas.


What is an Electrical Installation Condition Report - EICR?

An Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) is a crucial assessment ensuring the safety and compliance of your electrical installation. It’s mandatory by law and often a stipulation of your insurance company. EICRs are conducted by approved electricians who have gained further qualifications and experience than that of their basic electrical training.

This comprehensive inspection helps identify any potential hazards, faults, or non-compliance issues. STF Electrical Ltd offers reliable EICR services in Liverpool and the surrounding areas, to ensure the electrical safety of your property.

Our Mission is "to Provide a Friendly, Reliable Service with Quality and Safety as Standard".

Why do I Have to get my Electrical Installation Tested?

The EAWR Statutory Regulations 1989 states that we must maintain an electrical installation throughout its lifespan.  

The inspection and testing that is done during an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) is a way of identifying problems within an electrical  installation’s fixed wiring, making sure you are staying compliant with the EAWR.

In addition to this, it is worth noting that many insurance providers stipulate these reports are carried out in order for them to maintain your insurance cover.

STF Electrical Ltd electrician conducting a thorough Domestic Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) in a residential property.

What Paperwork Should I Receive After I have had an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) Completed?

On completion of an EICR you will be issued with a NICEIC Electrical Installation Condition Report.  

The report will either be Unsatisfactory or Satisfactory, depending on the severity of the defects found (if any). If Satisfactory there will be no further action required and your report will be valid until your next test date (read on to find test intervals by property type/use)

If your report has an unsatisfactory outcome, you will be provided with the report, which will highlight any defects found along with a free quotation to rectify said defects.

Do I have to take Action if I Receive an Unsatisfactory EICR?

While EICR recommendations aren’t legally binding, neglecting them can lead to legal consequences. If an accident occurs due to unaddressed recommendations, you may face criminal prosecution, both personally and for your business, for failing to meet your legal responsibilities under The EAWR Statutory Regulations 1989.

STF Electrical Ltd electrician conducting rigorous testing on a commercial electrical installation in Liverpool.

What do the Codes Mean on an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR)?

When you are issued with an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) the electrician may have highlighted some defects within your fixed wiring installation.  Each of these defects will be assigned one of four codes to highlight its severity. We have listed these codes below with a description of each.  It is worth noting that any C1, C2 or FI codes will automatically constitue an unsatisfactory report.

C1 - Danger present

Immediate remedial action required. Risk of injury or death

C2 - Potentially dangerous

urgent remedial action required. Risk of injury.

C3 - Improvement recommended

Not compliant with current regulations, but not dangerous

FI - Further investigation

Further investigation required without delay

Two STF Electrical Ltd vans parked outside a high school undergoing a rewire project, showcasing our commitment to quality electrical services.

Serving Clients Across the UK

Rest assured that regardless of your location in the UK, we are fully equipped to handle all of your electrical needs with confidence and professionalism. Whether you’re in London or Edinburgh, our team is committed to providing you with efficient and reliable service. Liverpool may be our base, but our services extend nationwide with the utmost efficiency.

More Frequently Asked Questions Relating to Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICRs)

Yes in order to work safely and comply with The EAWR Statutory Regulations 1989 our electricians will need to isolate the power to your installation.

We appreciate that loss of power can be a massive inconvenience, therefore we ask if you can make us aware of any power that cannot be interrupted during the booking stage, we can then make arrangements to allow for this 

Certainly, many customers are surprised by the number of unknown faults in their electrical installations, particularly those that are relatively new in their minds.

This varies, depending on; property type, size, use, installation size, accessibility etc.

A good rule of thumb is to allow for 30 mins per circuit and 1 hour per board in order to carry out a proper inspection and test.

Simply call our office on 0151 380 0002 or fill in the enquiry form by clicking here, and one of the team will be in touch.

We get this question quite alot. All of our electricians wear over-shoes when in your property. We invest in good quality over-shoes that do not tear like the disposable type. 

As an employer we have a duty of care to our employees and their health & safety. For this reason and due to the risks surrounding their job steel toe-cap boots must be worn at all times, again these are covered with over-shoes when in your property.

No our electricians will not cause any damage to decor when carrying out the Electrical test. 

Our electricians will be removing covers from electrical equipment and using test equipment to introduce test voltages to your electrical installation.  Because of this it is important that they remain in control of the area they are working from a health & safety point of view.  

For this reason it is advisable to keep your pets confined to one area during electrical testing. If in doubt consult your electrician upon arrival at your property.

Our electricians will need access to any Consumer units/Distribution boards in your property along with any electrical point, this includes; switches, sockets, lights, blank plates, joints, isolators etc.

If they cannot gain access to a point then this will be recorded as a limitation on your report.

Yes, we are registered with all local bodies throughout the united kingdom.

Yes, we are an NICEIC registered contractor, we have chosen to be vetted by the NICEIC as they are the highest recognised scheme throughout the UK.

NICEIC, the National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting, conducts rigorous annual inspections of contractors.

STF Electrical Ltd are both NICEIC Approved Contractors and NICEIC domestic installers. This means we can work on industrial and commercial properties in addition to domestic dwellings.

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