From TV's and games consoles to washing machines and toasters, nearly every home in the UK has electrical equipment. Installing electrical wiring and accessories correctly can be a complex job that should only be undertaken by a competent person. A professional electrician will install & maintain equipment and correct electrical faults. They will do this to your specification and make sure the work is neat, tidy and more importantly safe for you and your family.
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We are NICEIC Domestic installers and Approved Contractors. We are able to provide compliance with Part "P" of the building regulations.
Did you Know……….
In the UK there are approximately 70 deaths and 350,000 serious injuries and 21,000 fires caused by electrical accidents every year. This is in addition to the 2.5 million householders a year that receive a mains voltage electric shock. A large proportion of these incidents are due to electrical work being carried out by untrained people.
A qualified electrician must spend four years training on site as apprentice, under supervision of an experienced electrician while also completing technical courses at collage.
We take pride on our high standards and believe that quality products, professional workmanship and fair prices are the key to our success.
Remember Electricity is dangerous if not handled carefully.
Most people have extension leads in their homes, using 4-way bar adaptors to increase the number of appliances that they can plug into a wall socket.
However, although there is space to plug in four appliances, this does not mean it is always safe to do so.
You can avoid overloading sockets and risk of fire by following this simple advice:
Faulty and old wiring is one of the main causes or electrical fires in the home. You can reduce the risk of a fire by checking the condition of your cables, switches, sockets and other accessories regularly.
Clear signs that can help you tell the age of equipment in the electrical installation in your home include:
However old your electrical installation is, it may get damaged and will suffer from wear and tear. So you should get an electrician to check its condition at least every 10 years or when you move into a new property.
The five main aims of a condition report are:
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