We offer a full range of domestic services to the private sector and council properties.
We have extensive experience in designing and commissioning domestic installations, whether this involves modification of an existing installation or designing and fitting from new. All of our work complies with the latest current electrical safety regulations.
Below is a list of the common services we provide to the domestic sector. If the service you require is not listed, please call us.
In January 2005, Part P of the Building Regulations came into force. These regulations introduced safety standards to electrical installations within domestic properties.
This means that, with few exceptions, any electrical work undertaken in your home such as the addition of a new electrical circuit or any work in your kitchen, bathroom or garden area must be notified to the Local Authority Building Control for inspection. This also includes work that has been carried out professionally, by yourself or another family member or friend.
NICEIC approved contractors have been independently assessed to ensure that they operate to the highest safety standards. If the work you have done is affected by Part P, your contractor will notify NICEIC of the job undertaken. You will then receive a building compliance certificate from NICEIC so that you know that the work has been registered as required with your Local Authority Building Control.
Please refer to the Part P Table of Notifiable Works.
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