Electrical Safety Inspections

electrical testing

We work around the clock

We’re open 24/7 and work on a fixed rate, for your peace of mind


Emergency callouts

With emergency electricians, we’re able to find the right person for the job


Fully insured

All work include 12-month warranties on parts & labour


Flexible payments available

We can help you spread the costs on larger jobs with phased payments

Electrical Safety Inspections

All electrical installations should be inspected periodically to ensure they’re safe. The intervals for these inspections change depending on the type of property. Inspections should occur:

  • Every 10 years for an owner-occupied property
  • Every 5 years for a rented property

As experienced electricians, Con-Fused are qualified to carry out inspections and testing on domestic, commercial and industrial premises alike. These services will identify any defective electrical systems and wiring, electric shock and fire hazards, and also determine if any electrical circuits are overloaded.

Electrical Installation Condition Reports

Our services can be arranged at your convenience so that you can receive invaluable service with minimal disruption to your day or your schedule, whether you’re at work or at home. Once inspections have been completed, you’ll be issued with an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) for your records.

An EICR includes a visual inspection of the electrical installation and tests on the electrical circuits. The results of the EICR are used to identify any electrical hazards and to make recommendations for remedial action. If you are a landlord, you must ensure that an EICR is carried out on your property every five years.

What's Included in an EICR?

An electrical inspection condition report includes a number of different electrical safety features. The first is a visual inspection of all electrical outlets, switches, and fixtures. The second is a check of the electrical system’s ground wire to ensure that it is properly connected. The third is a test of the electrical system’s GFCI outlets to ensure that they are working properly. Finally, the electrical inspector will test the electrical system’s smoke detectors to ensure that they are functioning correctly.

By thoroughly testing all of these electrical safety features, the electrical inspector can help to ensure the safety of your home or business.

Contact Con-Fused Today

If you are experiencing electrical issues or you simply want an electrical safety inspection, we can help. We have been in the industry for a decade. Our highly-skilled electricians are here for you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Whether you’d like a comprehensive electrical safety inspection, contact Con-Fused today for electrical safety inspections across Essex, London and Kent.