It may take us a few days to get together the full results from your Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR). They’ll be input by your engineer in a digitised format before being sent across via email. Should you meet the expected standards, it will be issued with a ‘satisfactory’ mark. On the other hand, if it shows you haven’t passed, it will be classed as ‘unsatisfactory’, indicating what has to be done for it to pass.
In circumstances where ‘unsatisfactory’ is the given category, we’ll notify you about which parts of your electrical layout failed and the reasons why. For each task that needs doing, there will be a code given, namely:
C1: highlighting a danger being present that is likely to cause injury, and instant action is necessary.
C2: pointing out a potential danger that needs remedying as a matter of urgency.
C3: where improvements are recommended, albeit being a code with which an EICR assessment can pass.