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New Wiring

From new circuits to complete installations, we design and install to your requirements. Specialising in new build and architectural projects!

Alterations & Additions

Alterations and additions to existing wiring and complete rewires! Specialising in refurbishment and extension projects.

Maintenance & Repairs

Experienced with maintenance work and dealing with long term contracts. Repairs to old and broken electrical accessories.

Mains Intake & Consumer Unit Upgrades

New installations and Upgrades available for mains intake and consumer unit (fuse board). We can offer safe protection to circuits and meet the latest standard BS 7671:2018+A2:2022. We also install and upgrade main protective bonding to water, gas and oil services as part of the scope.

Lighting Specialists

LED lighting is a passion of ours and we take it seriously! We have engineers ready to produce detailed lighting designs to meet your businesses requirements or if you are domestic client and just need a light fitting replaced, do not hesitate to contact the team.

Testing & Certification

Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR) and Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) is a huge part of our weekly activity. We produce detailed certificates and deal with any remedial work that might be required.

Electric Vehicle Charging

(OZEV GRANT APPROVED)

Whether you need to charge your car at home or at your business we have you covered. We offer a wide range of different installations and car charging points.


Solar PV & Battery Storage

New Solar PV and Battery Storage  installations available. Please enquire to arrange a site survey. 

Emergency Call Out

Our team are on standby to assist you with any electrical related emergency. Call out fees apply. 

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C O N T A C T  U S

Regulations

What is 18th Edition?

The 18th Edition (also known as BS 7671 or wiring regs) is a British Standard for the installation of electrical wiring. The guidelines set out by IET (Institute of Engineering and Technology) cover the installation of new electrical appliances 

and maintenance of existing ones, including any additions or alterations.

How our business complies with the IET standards: 

Our electricians are all trained and qualified under the latest IET wiring regulations and the team will continue to train and stay up-to-date with any amendments made by The Institution of Engineering and Technology.

All of our work is completed in a professional manner and to the highest standard which always complies to 18th edition wiring regulations BS 7671:2018+A2:2022.



What is PART P?

Part P forms part of the Building Regulations. The principle of the Building Regulations is to ensure that consistent standards are applied to the construction of buildings including its structure, fire safety, sound insulation, drainage, ventilation 

and electrical safety.

The PART P requirement is that:

“Reasonable provision shall be made in the design and installation of electrical installations in order to protect persons operating, maintaining or altering the installations from fire or injury.” In short, electrical installations must be safe! 

Part P of the Building Regulations applies to fixed electrical installations in dwellings (including gardens and shared amenities in blocks of flats, and any building that shares its electricity supply with a dwelling). Many of the typical jobs undertaken 

by electrical contractors are affected by Part P. Under Part P you should ensure that such works are notified to and inspected by building control bodies. Work needs to be inspected by the local authority Building Control department in order to 

ensure it complies with the Building Regulations. A straightforward way of meeting the requirements is to use a contractor who is registered with a competent person scheme such as NICEIC. Competent persons schemes were set up with approval 

from the government to assess contractors to a common standard. Once contractors have registered with a scheme they can self-certify their work as being compliant with Building Regulations, saving you the time of doing it yourself through 

the local authority.