Unless you are buying a newly built house in Bath or Bristol you will never be sure of the standard of the electrical systems working within the home you are buying.
Like a car that requires an MOT, homes should also be checked regularly (at least every 10 years) for their electrical safety.
Cables are usually hidden inside our walls, and consumer units are often hidden in cupboards, so it is not surprising that we forget to check the condition of our electrical installation for damage or wear and tear. Faulty and old wiring is one of the main causes of electrical fires in the home. You can reduce the risk of a fire by checking the condition of your cables, switches, sockets and other accessories regularly.
Put your trust in MJP Electrical to check the safety of your home electrical system by booking us in to perform an EICR check. Use the links above to book an Electrician at your convenience.
Our guide covers the causes of electrical hazards and fires, tell-tale signs that your home may be at risk along with the consequences of what could go wrong if you have faulty or dangerous wiring or appliances.
Take a look at your free guide, Why you need an EICR before buying your dream home.
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