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EICR & PAT TEST Together SAVE 10% with Plymouth Sparky

EICR & PAT TEST Together SAVE 10% with Plymouth Sparky

Electrical Installation Condition Report Plymouth

How much does an Electrical Installation Condition Report cost?

The prices below are fully inclusive of all testing, if you have more than the number of  circuits below, each additional circuit is charged at £15.00

We do not charge VAT.

1- 2 Bed Flat or Appartment – £99 (up to 6 circuits)

1- 2 Bed House – £125.00 (up to 6 circuits)

3 – 4 Bed House – £165.00 (up to 10 circuits)

5 Bed House – £200.00 (up to 12 circuits)

Domestic Visual Condition report only £60.00


Electrical Installation Condition Report Plymouth (EICR) Periodic Testing, Fixed Wire Periodic Testing, periodic inspection or PIR has now been replaced by Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR)
Electrical installation testing is the inspection and testing of an electrical installation against the current version of BS 7671 (the wiring regulations). This has more recently become known as an electrical installation condition report or EICR certificate. We are approved via Stroma to carry out electrical installation condition reports. please see below for a guide to prices.


Hair salon’s electrical equipment must be tested regularly No matter where you work, under the law, therapists and their employers have a number of health and safety responsibilities – especially where electrical equipment is concerned. PAT is the abbreviation for Portable Appliance Testing – an electrical device that tests appliances and equipment for electrical safety.… Continue Reading

Fourteen plugs in one socket! Fire Risk Continuing the recent theme of faulty appliances and the associated dangers of fire, we came across a report that faulty or misused electrical equipment caused more than 200 fires in homes in Buckinghamshire and Milton Keynes last year, leading to 26 injuries. Now Buckinghamshire Fire & Rescue Service… Continue Reading

PAT Testing What Regulations apply? Various pieces of legislation applies to work equipment including, but not limited to: The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998 What is Portable Appliance Testing? It is the periodic testing of electrical work equipment in order to evidence that it is suitable… Continue Reading

Ratings of commonly used domestic appliances Overloaded Sockets Cause FIRE. The appliance power ratings shown below are indicative only. We’ve used the highest that we could find for popular household appliances. Electrical power is measured in watts, W, a unit of power. Electrical current is measured in amps, A, the rate at which it flows.… Continue Reading

WHAT NEEDS TO BE PAT TESTED? Determining what needs to be PAT tested is not as difficult as it sounds. For the purpose of legislation, portable appliances include all equipment that is not part of a fixed installation but is meant to be connected to a fixed installation or generator. Any appliance that uses a… Continue Reading

Pat Testing Saves Lives – Pat Testing Plymouth While PAT testing is not required by law, it is strongly encouraged. By testing your portable electronics and appliances, you significantly reduce the likelihood of fire, accident, and injury. Over 5,000 fires and accidents are cause each year by faulty appliances, most of which could be avoided… Continue Reading

Halifax Home Insurance is warning of the importance of electrical safety following recent a survey showing that one-in-four second-hand electrical goods failed a standard safety check. On average, 2,500 people are being killed or injured every year in electrical fires and Halifax Home Insurance confirmed that one fifth of household fire insurance claims are caused… Continue Reading