Lettings PropTech platform teclet says its product is key for agents seeking to comply with new electrical safety regulations in a time-efficient and cost-effective manner.
teclet is owned by parent firm Glanty Ltd: just before Christmas OnTheMarket announced a strategic investment of a 20 per cent share in Glanty, with an option to buy the remaining 80 per cent.
The teclet platform is designed to reduce overheads and maximise efficiencies for lettings agents and current clients include Spicerhaart, Hunters, Belvoir, Chestertons, and others.
Now the platform says that amongst its API partners are several that provide services to comply with new electrical safety regulations that become law in April.
From that time, new tenancies will require electrical and PAT test safety certificates to be in place as part of the tenancy set up process, with existing tenancies will have a one-year transitional period in which to comply.
Electrical certificates will be valid for five years.