New RCD board / EICR exempt?

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  • Neelix
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    just to point out there is no obligation to be registered to do EICRs - bizarre yes, but this is factual

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  • DevonBey
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    baldelectrician,

    Thanks ill check the registration!

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  • DevonBey
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    Neelix,

    Thanks, will go back and check, appreciate the advise!

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  • baldelectrician
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    Get another electrician

    Is the electrician registered?

    You should have an EICR first as it may need more work apart from a consumer unit

    An EICR will let you know how things are before you spend more money

    Always use a registered electrician;

    In Scotland
    www.select.org.uk
    or
    www.niceic.com

    In England and Wales;
    http://www.electricalcompetentperson.co.uk/

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  • Neelix
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    Rubbish, he is mistaken and very wrong. The only exemption is for a new or completely retired property

    you need an EIC and part P from the spark AND an EICR from said spark or another spark

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  • DevonBey
    started a topic New RCD board / EICR exempt?

    New RCD board / EICR exempt?

    Hi there, i have an electrician fitting a new RCD board in our 1910's house, prior to renting out our house for the first time. He advises me that as i am having a new RCD board it fitted means i dont need an EICR certificate for one year, is this correct? Thanks in advance

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