Are you NICEIC approved?
Yes, we are an NICEIC approved contractor (National Inspection Council Electrical Installation).
Are you Building Regs part P registered?
Yes, we are registered under Part 'P' of the Building Regulations. We regularly carry out work subject to the full Building Regulations.
Can you PAT test my portable appliances?
We can carry out your portable appliance testing (PAT) at a time and location to suit your business.
We have an electrical fault - can you help?
Yes, our experienced and highly qualified electricians will have you up and running in no time, with minimal disruption.
Do install new internal and external low energy LED lighting?
Yes, we can help with all your internal and external lighting needs, including design advice and top quality light fittings.
We're building a new house; can you provide a full electrical design and installation service?
Yes, we provide a full electrical design and installation service, including flexible stage payments to suit your needs.
Who do you carry out work for?
We carry out electrical work for domestic, commercial and industrial customers.
This includes householders, landlords, shops, letting/estate agents, housing associations, high street stores and industrial premises.
What are your prices?
Our job booking team will discuss your requirements and advise on pricing. We are normally happy to provide estimates or quotations free of charge.
We pride ourselves on providing a professional, efficient service, and we strive to offer competitive rates while delivering a quality customer-focused service from the minute you call us through to job completion.
Do you have any accreditation?
Yes. Please visit our About Us page for full details.
How can upgrading electrical systems save me money?
If you have problems with your current power or lighting, upgrading can save you the time and money needed for constant repairs. For lighting systems, changing to power saving bulbs can reduce your monthly bill. Motion sensing or light timers can also decrease your monthly bill, while increasing the useful lifetime of your bulbs. Finally, better lighting can improve your decor. If you're a business owner, this can make your establishment more inviting to customers.
Why should I use a licensed/registered electrician?
The biggest reason is safety. A licensed contractor understands the electrical codes and will do the job as it needs to be done. Proper wiring gauges, outlet types, secure connections, etc. are all specified by building and electrical codes. These codes are there for a reason - to keep you safe. Having a licensed electrician also provides a service backed by various insurances, such as liability and workers' compensation. With an unlicensed contractor, if problems arise, you could pay dearly, as your own insurance may not cover you. Ultimately, you put your safety at risk when you hire an unlicensed contractor.