Fully Part P accredited & Insured
No Cheap Counterfeit Products!
I only use Quality BSI British standard materials which are built to a minimum specification.
Fully Part P Accredited
Fully part P qualified and on the checkable Goverment database for improved installers
Registered with Stroma
Fully Qualified for 3rd Party Verification which avoids costly LBC fees.
Operating to Government Endorsed Standards TrustMark is a not for profit organisation.
I have been involved with in the construction industry since I was a lad working with my father. I have worked with all the different trades which allows me to work in harmony with them. After passing my City Guilds 2360 part 1 & 2 then 2391 Inspection & Testing . I worked as a Service engineer for a CCTV & Alarm Company's Gained My BSI 7036 Automatic door qualification for electronic doors - then tired of being on call, concentrated on Domestic Electrical work. I have passed the following qualifications to keep up to date : City & Guilds 17th Edition 3rd Amendment - 2394 Initial verification -2395 Periodic Inspection & Testing - and finally 2393-10 Part P building regulations. I am part P registered and qualified for 3rd Part Verification.
Reliable & Honest
Never have I overcharged anyone, I want people to trust and recommend me!
Experianced in many areas
Over 25 years within various electrcial fields,worked within the Building Industry with all Tradesman.
I keep up to date with any new or worthwile qualifications.
5 Million Public Liability and 250 k Indemnity
3rd Party Verification
Electrical Installation Condtion Reports
New Fuse Boards to latest Specifications.
Rewires and all other Electrical work.
Best Practice Guides
New Electrical Topics
Houses of Parliment are currently debating new Legislation regarding the PRS housing market. Rules have Already been in place with the [ Section 11 of the Landlord & Tenant Act 1985] imposing landlord’s maintenance obligations to keep the Electrical Installation safe and in good working order. The Institute of Electrical Engineers (I.E.E) recommends from the[…]
New Regulations regarding Fire Resistant Consumer-boards As of 1st January 2016, The Institute of Electrical Engineers (I.E.E) have a new regulation: 421.1.201 [ Within domestic (household) premises, consumer units and similar switchgear assemblies shall comply with BS EN 61439-3 and shall: 1: Have their enclosure manufactured from non-combustible material, or 2: Be enclosed in a[…]