What are EICs?
Electrical Installation Certificates, or EICs, are declarations that an electrical installation is safe at the time it was installed. EICs certify bigger electrical work than MEIWCs, which are for minor electrical installation works.
An Electrical Installation Certificate will show whether or not the electrical work that has been carried out is new, an addition or an alteration. An EIC must be issued for all new electrical installations and may be necessary for alterations or additions, but only if a brand new circuit has been installed. If a new circuit hasn’t been installed, you can get an MEIWC or an EIC.
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