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When your home or business requires electrical work, who do you contact? Most people know of ‘someone’ who can do the work....
About Stator Electrical Solutions Limited
When your home or business requires electrical work, who do you contact?
Most people know of ‘someone’ who can do the work. Most of them either won’t turn up, won’t have time or simply aren’t properly qualified or insured to work on your electrical system.
We love small jobs. We love projects and we are experienced, qualified and hold all the necessary registrations and insurances.
NICEIC Approved, Which? Trusted Trader and DBS Checked. We work in and around the Midlands every day.
Stator Electrical Solutions Limited Skills
Outdoor Lighting & Power
Indoor Lighting & Power
Electrical Inspections / Tests
Access Control / Door Entry Systems
Stator Electrical Solutions Limited Accreditations
NIC EIC Approved Contractor
Approved Contractor Scheme
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How much does an electrical safety check / electrical installation condition (EICR) report cost?
For most “average” properties with up to 10 circuits, we charge £200+VAT. Larger properties with more circuits, outbuildings or complications would be more. For commercial buildings we would usually apply a “per circuit cost” but this can vary depending on the amount of existing circuit identifications, previous information and records. Searching for unknown circuits can be very time consuming so would cost more than the normal amount. We would usually attend the site to assess how much work is likely to be involved in carrying out a thorough check, providing a quotation for the work.
Do I need to undertake an electrical safety check before buying a house?
Whilst there is currently no requirement to have an EICR on a property you are looking to purchase, it should be part of your due diligence to gather as much expert guidance on the overall condition of the property. We’ve seen many times how a property has been made to look perfect - but that was found to be superficial. New switches, sockets and a modern consumer unit had been fitted, but the 50+ year old wiring was still in place. Clearly those customers wished they’d had the electrics checked before buying. Not only does the electrical installation condition report give peace of mind, it also highlights any areas for potential improvements once you’ve made the purchase. Overall, it’s a highly recommended check and should be part of your process whenever buying a new property.
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