Properties throughout the East Midlands M1 corridor are noted for their rentability. Located within easy reach of major cities and key manufacturing, engineering, and distribution brands, a high level of renters look for properties throughout the region. Renting out your property does require compliance with several safety regulations, though. As well as producing a Gas Safety Certificate, and an Energy Performance Certificate, all rental properties are legally required to have an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR).
Landlords Certificate Electrician
According to the oxford dictionary the definition of an electrician is “a person whose job is to connect, repair, etc. electrical equipment”
Sounds pretty straightforward right?
Some would be fooled into thinking that it's an easy job, and that anybody can turn their hand to some electrical maintenance and whilst some minor electrical repairs are not illegal, they are not recommended either.
When searching for a qualified and registered electrician to complete either a project, maintenance or maybe even in an emergency where do you begin?
Now, more than ever we understand the need to support our local businesses and build lasting connections with people that we know that we can trust.
Using a local electrician has a number of benefits to customers.
As a Landlord, you will be aware that it is your responsibility to ensure that your rental properties are electrically safe to protect the well being of your tenants. But did you know that the regulations recently changed? Read on to find out more…
New Mandatory Electrical Safety Checks in the Private Rental Sector in Nottingham and Derby….all you need to know
As a Landlord, it is important to act on your electrical safety obligations, or you could be exposed to significant financial risk from fines, invalidated insurance and most importantly, an increased risk of harm to tenants. Dangerous electrics can contribute to a serious risk of fire, extreme cold, and insufficient lighting.