Your Trusted Electrical Contractor


4 Medlar Court, Thorne, Doncaster, DN8 5RZ



All electrical installations deteriorate with age and use, leading to incorrectly functioning equipment and ultimitely electrical shocks and fires.


Regulations recommend that you have an Electrical Installation Condition Report inspection every 10 years, for the safety of your family and guests. Your insurance company may also require one in their small print and may not pay out if you not had one done.  Buyers should insist on one before contracting to purchase a house, as there may be hidden faults not obvious to a simple or full house survey.


From July 2020 you must have a full EICR / Landlords report carried out by a qualified person every five years on residential lets. Also, all existing tenancies, including HMO's, must have an EICR completed by April 1st 2021, or earlier if there is a change of tenant, and then again within the following five years. Local authorities can impose a financial penalty of up to £30,000 for a breach of these regulations; in a HMO they can fine the landlord for each room. Remedial Work must be completed by a qualified person within 28 days of the inspection, or sooner if classed as dangerous.

Schools and Commercial Premises

Every five years an Electrical Installation Condition Report test should be conducted by a qualified person. To fit in with timetables and budgets it can often be arranged to inspect twenty percent of the installation each year. JS Electrical would arrange for work to carried out with minimum disruption - we encourage schools to book inspections during their closed periods a year ahead. Of course we can also help with any remedial work needing to be done within the 28 day legally allowed time.




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