First and foremost, you may be wondering what an electrical safety certificate is and why you’d ever need one. An electrical safety certificate is a document provided by a qualified electrician stating that the plug sockets, the wiring and the fuse boxes in one building are safe for use. For any new electrical installation, repairs and servicing carried out, an electrical safety certificate is mandatory for homeowners and landlords to demonstrate that the house isn’t posing a risk to anybody’s health.
Bearing in mind that the document is a legal requirement, do you still have to pay for an electrical safety certificate? And if so, why? How much does an electrical safety certificate cost, on average? At Kiasu Workforce, we have answers to all the questions you could need to know about your electrical safety documents.