I've just got a quote for a landlord electrical safety certificate through my estate agent which has and came at £480 to change the old consumer unit to the metal one now required. This is on top of the £150 he's charged to do the check. The last 2 I've had done recently cost £350 for the certificate and the consumer unit charging. Im a spark in a factory (no 18th edition) so I know what's involved. The whole idea of getting an estate agent to do this for me was to take the stress away but now I'm going to be checking everything to make sure I'm not getting ripped off anyway. Do I just have to accept I've had my pants pulled down and go back to the original spark,or can I do something about the high quote?