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I'm about to make an offer for a house owned, wired and certificated by an electrician. is an electrician allowed to issue a certificate for work he's carried out himself on his own home?

7 Answers from MyBuilder Electricians

If the Electrician is Part P approved with a recognised organization such as the NIC EIC or Napit etc then absolutely they can certify work on their own property.

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Andy Hough (Property Refurbishment0
NIC EIC Domestic Electrician

2011-09-21T09:25:01+01:00

Answered 21st Sep 2011

Yes he is, as long as any works conducted after 2001 were notified under part p.

2011-09-21T09:25:01+01:00

Answered 21st Sep 2011

If the rewiring is recent and the electrician is certified under part P then yes.

2011-09-21T09:25:01+01:00

Answered 21st Sep 2011

Yes, if he is part P registered and a competent person.

2011-09-21T09:25:01+01:00

Answered 21st Sep 2011

Yes he can, if he is part p then you could check with his governing body that everything is ok.otherwise there isn't anything wrong with that as long as the certificates are in order

Chris

2011-09-21T09:25:01+01:00

Answered 21st Sep 2011

If the guy is a part p qualified electrician then yes but if he's not then I would think about having a electrical installation condition report carried out on the property ... There should be an installation certificate and a part p notification to hand ... Ask him for these 2 things... Good luck..

2011-09-21T09:25:01+01:00

Answered 21st Sep 2011

Yes as long as he is part p and has the 2391 cert

2011-09-25T13:25:02+01:00

Answered 25th Sep 2011

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