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Rewiring a house isn’t the easiest of jobs – in fact, unless you have the relevant skills and training, you should always leave it to a professional electrician. Inphase Electrics provide a full rewiring service to homeowners across the UK, covering everything from initial survey to the safe installation of new wiring. Whether you’re looking to extend your property or are considering moving into a house that’s more than 25 years old, let us put your mind at ease.

Inphase Electrics has extensive experience in maintaining and renewing all types of consumer units and fuse boards including single and three phase.

We install and maintain both single phase and three phase consumer units for many domestic and industrial properties.

Give us a call to get a full assessment of the condition of your consumer unit, and whether renewing your fuse board is the ideal solution to resolving your safety issues.

We could replace your old fuse board with a modern consumer unit with minimal disruption to you and your home or property.

An Electrical Installation Condition Report (E.I.C.R.) previously known as a Periodic Inspection Report (P.I.R) is like having an M.O.T conducted on the mains power electrical installation and wiring of your property, it is conducted to verify the safety of the electrical system and its components.

Some properties are required by law to have an E.I.C.R. performed at set intervals, depending on the type of use and whether the public have access to the premises.

There is no obligation for private domestic properties which are not being let to have a valid E.I.C.R. but many property owners employ the services of a qualified electrician to conduct an E.I.C.R. to be aware in what condition the installation is.

A report is only issued once all accessible circuits have been visually inspected and electrically tested.

If the installation is considered to be in a good condition and complies with the necessary regulations then a ‘Satisfactory’ certificate can be applied which gives the property a good bill of health until the next inspection.

A date for the next inspection will also be entered on the certificate, how long the certificate lasts depends on the condition of the installation and the purpose of its use.

If the property does not meet the necessary requirements, an ‘Unsatisfactory’ report will be issued, in the report you will find a list of remedial works that need to be fixed before the installation can be passed.

It is recommended that if you are about to undertake a major renovation project, then an E.I.C.R should be conducted to give an accurate picture of the condition of the electrical installation and wiring in the building. The report will highlight whether you need work conducted on your electrical installation, it is better to have any electrical work completed before you commence with or conduct other work to the property such as fitting a kitchen/bathroom or re-decorated.

Inphase Electrics have a good reputation for conducting a thorough survey of electrical systems in all types of property, including domestic and commercial installations, we conduct the survey sympathetically with the minimum of disruption to tenants, staff and owners.

So, whether your property is due for an EICR or you have concerns and just want to know the condition of your electrical installation, give Inphase Electrics a call.

On arrival our electrician will consult with you to establish the nature of your fault, he or she will then make a visual inspection, looking for signs of wear and tear, or to determine whether there is damage to cables and accessories or if there are signs of overheating or corrosion.

If this does not reveal the cause of the problem, electrical testing will be carried out to find out what circuit or part of a circuit is causing your electrical fault.

Once the problem has been isolated the faulty component will either be replaced immediately by your electrician, or as soon as an alternative can be sourced, and finally the rectified circuit will be tested and an electrical certificate will be issued.

Our electricians carry common spare parts and accessories which can reduce the time on site and get you up and running in the least possible time.

With this attention to detail it allows us to provide our customers with a speedy and an unrivalled service allowing their homes and businesses to return to normality with as little fuss as possible.

Our excellent reputation has been built on efficiency and effectiveness.

Inphase Electrics engineers are registered members of the NICEIC.