Landlord Certificates

  • As a landlord, it is your responsibility to ensure that your property is completely safe for your tenants, or you could face prosecution. This is done by way of the landlord receiving a ‘Periodic Inspection Report for an Electrical Installation’, something which must be carried out every five years. Landlord certificates are necessary for the Landlord to legally rent out his or her property, and it is recommended that copies of the report are given to each tenant.Landlord Certificates

    If you require this service and you are in London area, make a call to Millers for a convenient and flexible Landlord certificates service. We are able to send a qualified electrician to your property to examine it and make sure that all the electrical wiring is up to date with the current health and safety regulations. The subsequent report will provide you with proof that your property is safe and suitable for tenants.

    Millers can often provide a same day service, and is dedicated to making arrangements convenient for you. Our prices for this review service are competitive, and you can be assured that an experienced professional will be checking your property.

  • Common Landlord Questions
    What happens if I rent out my property and I do not have one?

    If somebody has an electrical related accident on your property and you do not have a Landlord certificate, unless you can prove that there was no fault with the electrics in your property, you will be liable.

    Can Millers provide the physical certificate after the inspection?

    Yes, we provide the Landlord certificate after the inspection has been successfully carried out.

    Should landlords upgrade their fuse boards?

    Landlords have a responsibility to their tenants to ensure that properties they are renting out are completely safe. If you’re a landlord, upgrading the fuse board to a consumer unit will help give you – and your tenants – peace of mind. If you’re aware that your property hasn’t had its electrics upgraded for some years, it is definitely worth carry out an electrical inspection. The Landlord & Tenant Act 1985 requires landlords to ensure that properties are completely safe before the beginning of a tenancy, so it’s better safe than sorry!

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