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By law you should have a full electrical inspection carried out every three to five years dependent on previous inspection advise. This examination investigates the state of the electrical wiring throughout the property and thoroughly checks the safety of the electrical installation.
Once this is done our electrician will issue you with a ‘Periodic Inspection Report for an Electrical Installation’ onsite at the end of the examination, which declares the electrical installation as safe.
At the beginning of every new tenancy, you should ensure that electrical installations are safe and well maintained with hiring a electrician who can produced electrical safety certificate .
You should carry out regular electrical inspection of fixed electrical installations – like sockets and light fittings – every five years. You should also arrange, at least once a year, for a qualified electrician to carry out a portable appliance testing (PAT) safety test on any portable electrical equipment you provide for tenants, like kettles. The PAT tester will give you a dated certificate and put stickers on the plugs of appliances to show that they are safe.
It is important to ensure that all electrical appliances and fittings within the property are safe and in good working order. Unlike gas regulations, there is no law that says you must have a landlord electrical safety certificate. But, should any electrical fittings or appliances within your rental property cause harm to a tenant you could be held liable.
You are advised to make visual inspections yourself as landlord or agent in residential properties (record on a safety checklist) and have periodic checks carried out by a qualified electrician.
Ideally, ensure that the electrical system complies with the latest wiring regulations.
Make sure RCD is fitted to power circuits.
Keep supplied appliances to a minimum.
Make sure appliances supplied are complete and in working order.
Pay particular attention to second hand equipment – always have these items checked.
Make sure that tenants know the location of and have access to the main consumer unit, fuses and isolator switch.
If you are in any doubt about the wiring or the safety of any appliances consult a qualified electrician.