Quinnergy offers landlord compliance and are we specialize in is Glasgow EICR services. Since our HQ is based about 20 minutes south of Glasgow, this is where the majority of our work is done!

With that being said what are three ways our electricians keep your property safe?

Glasgow EICR Services

1 – Keeps your Property safe from Fire Hazards

This is absolutely the #1 reason as you do NOT want your property at risk for a fire. A proper EICR needs to be carried out to ensure that you can sleep safely and soundly knowing their is no fire hazard risk from your electrical installations.

2 – Makes sure all electrical installation on your property is safely installed

You do not want improper electrical installations left untreated on your property. You could be at risk of electrical shock which is VERY dangerous. make sure everything is properly installed and get an EICR today.

3 – We make sure electrical systems aren’t overloaded! 

This check is more so out of convienice as if a circuit is overloaded your breaker will trip and shut off the power. If your breakers aren’t working properly the overload could cause the wiring to overheat and start a fire! Needless to say you want to make sure your electrical systems are NOT overloaded.

More Information on GLASGOW EICR SERVICES with Quinnergy

Now if you’ve landed on this page you are probably looking for information or for someone to carry out your EICRS.. If it’s the latter, scroll down to the end of this post for more info.

What is an EICR?

An EICR – Electrical Installation Condition Report identifies any damage, deterioration, defects, and/or conditions that may give rise to danger along with observations for which improvement is recommended. An EICR walkthrough and inspection must be carried out by an experienced qualified electrician or approved contractor(Quinnergy are approved).

An EICR is a formal document that is produced following this assessment of the property.

It is required by all landlords to ensure your full electrical installation is safe.
Engineers perform diagnostics and testing on your systems to ensure:

Circuits are not overloaded
No risk of electric shock or fire hazards
No defective electrical work
No problems with earthing or bonding

An EICR inspection should be completed every 3 to 5 years to comply with regulations and to make sure there has been no degradation of the system or additional wear and tear on the apparatus.

After inspection, a report will be issued that will detail any dangerous or defective part of the installation.
If required any remedial works to bring the installation up to standard can be carried out by ourselves or be arranged with another provider of your preference.


In this video we walk you through the most fundamental steps of Quinnergy’s EICR service for landlords, letting agencies, and housing associations.

Get Quinnergy to do your Glasgow EICR

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