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    Electric certificate shortened due to advisories landlord

    Electricians

    Hi
    If my electrician can’t get the works booked and completed by the time the domestic certificate runs out mid July as shortened due to two advisories is the property insurance invalid or is it that is is okay as long as works booked and ongoing . My certificate is one for a landlord tenancy that I thought was valid for 5 years until 2022

    Asked by Anna on 23rd Jun 2021
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    ALS Electrics

    "As long as it’s done with a few months of it running out you will be fine."

    Answered on 28th Jun 2021 - Member since Jun 2021 - report
    Adrian Construction Services

    "It will depends what advisory is in place if it's a C1 will mean is need to be done asap"

    Answered on 29th Jun 2021 - Member since Nov 2013 - report
    RTS Engineering (electrical) Services Ltd

    "Hi Anna,

    I think that under current guidance, as long as the works are booked in with a reasonable time frame, you should be ok but it also depends on the failure points. If they are C2 points, please don't risk it being too long to rectify!

    Cheers

    Steve"

    Answered on 29th Jun 2021 - Member since Jan 2021 - report
    K.Barrie Electrical

    "Your question should be to the insurance company.
    Electrically, to answer this, I would require the code given for each advisory.
    Code 1 ; There won't be a code 1, the electrician will of done that on site.
    Code 2 ; asap, unsatisfactory until remedial work carried out. This is where the insurance company will be interested.
    Code 3 ; usually minor issues, generally not a fail.
    Fi ; problems that need further information may hide dangerous problems resulting in unsatisfactory result. Again, insurance company would be interested."

    Answered on 1st Jul 2021 - Member since Jan 2020 - report
    m b maintenance

    "Normally you would have twenty eight days to complete the work, unless immediately danger is present but due to the way things are with the world there is a bit of give as long as the work is booked before and it's within a reasonable time"

    Answered on 28th Jun 2021 - Member since Mar 2020 - report
    NA Electrical

    "That is more a question for the insurance company as its their terms and conditions."

    Answered on 28th Jun 2021 - Member since Apr 2017 - report

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