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From 1st June 2020, private landlords in England will be required to have the electrical installation (EICR) in their rental properties checked by a qualified electrician to ensure that they are safe. This means that electrical installations must be inspected and tested prior to the start of a new tenancy from 1st July 2020.  Checks must be carried out on any existing tenancies by 1st April 2021

Safety for your tenants

As a responsible landlord, it is advised that you have Residual Current Detection (RCD) on your fuseboard. This is in place to protect your tenants and your property. It is also advised that you have working and in date smoke alarms & Carbon Monoxide alarms. Any damaged equipment should be replaced as soon as it is reported. We can help you with this, and we can also help advise you on what needs to be done, to bring your electrical installation to the required standard

Will I get a certificate

There is no requirement for an electrical inspector and tester to issue you with a certificate but an (EICR) report will be issued which will include t he results of the inspection and test (satisfactory or unsatisfactory). If applicable, a list of observations requiring remedial work or further investigation, and the date the next inspection and test is due by

EICR or Electrical Testing

Is my electrical installation safe? This is a very common question we are asked all of the time. We are happy to advise you, and discuss your exact needs in full with yourselves

Fault finding or general repairs?

Do you have a fault with your electrics that needs looking at? Not a problem, just give us a call on 01342 886330. If we do not answer, please leave a message and we will call you back within two hours (during normal office hours)...

















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Free Estimates

We are more than happy to visit your property, and discuss any electrical requirements that you might have. With current Covid restrictions, we are classed as key workers, so we can carry out any works. We request that masks are worn, (as we do), so that we can follow appropriate guidelines.

How We Operate

There is nothing more annoying, than a tradesmen not showing up. We offer a written quotation, and once this is agreed by yourselves, you are then in the diary. We do not double-book, leaving you in the lurch. We are very reliable and up-front about all aspects of our workmanship.

Something Not Quite Right

Newman Electrical Services grew organically, as we treat customers with the utmost respect. If you think something is not quite right, then please let us know immediately. We will always put things right for you.

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