You have no legal obligation to undertake or hold an Electrical Installation Condition Report however you do have a legal obligation to ensure that the electrical installation at your rental property is safe to use.
Most landlords are unaware of the what they should be doing with regards to electrical installation. To help through some of the pitfalls, we have provided some information on electrical testing, specifically aimed at landlords.
If you have a brand new property which has never been occupied and has a current Electrical Installation Certificate then you do not need your property tested, as the Electrical Installation Certificate is valid and current. If you do hold a certificate which may be in date but you have had a change of occupancy then this needs to be tested again.
If your property does not hold a valid Electrical Installation Certificate or an Electrical Installation Condition Report then there is no way that you can guarantee that the installation is safe for the occupants of your rental property.
By employing NAC Electrical Services to undertake your Electrical Installation Condition Report, then you are taking all the precautions that you can, to ensure that your tenants remain safe in your rental property.