The EIC will indicate whether the electrical work that has been carried out is:
- New – where the whole installation has been installed as new, if a complete rewire has been carried out.
- Addition – applies if an existing installation has been modified by adding one or more new circuits.
- Alteration – applies where one or more existing circuits have been modified or extended (for example to add a socket), or items such as a consumer unit (fusebox) and switching equipment have been replaced.
An EIC must be issued for all new electrical installations. It may also be required for an alteration or addition to the installation – depending upon whether or not a new circuit has been installed. Where an alteration or addition is carried out but does not include a new circuit, a MEIWC or an EIC may be used.
You should always use a registered contractor who will issue the correct certification for the work they undertake.
- Condition Reports
- Initial verification
- Inspection and Testing
- Electrical Installation Certificates
- Minor Electrical Installation Works Certificate
- Portable Appliance Testing
Please contact us with your requirements and one of our experienced Electrical Technicians will guide you through the process.
About ON-X Electrical
On-X Electrical were formally trading as Lakes (Kent) Ltd. In over 15 years of exceptional electrical contracting we have built up repeat business from a large customer base of builders, building management companies and home owners.
Being based in Rochester we have direct links into London and the M25, allowing us to service Kent, London and surrounding areas.