- Member since 27 Nov 2010
- wLocation: St Lukes
- rFeedback score: 59 jobs 100% positive
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We are NICEIC electricians, qualified to a high standard through City and Guilds. We specialise in domestic electrical work and pride ourselves on the level of communication we have with our customers and the quality of work we produce.
Good standard of work. Cost more than I expected, but did a good job.
- alex_495 - 25th Feb, 2013Positive
Plug socket; removing wall lights; smoke alarm. (Electrical)
|Insured: Expert EMC Squared Ltd (trading as Expert Electrician)|
|Public liability limit of indemnity: £2,000,000.00||Valid until: 12th Mar 14|
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We specialise in domestic electrical work, our work ranges from full rewires to changing light fittings.
We are happy to take on any size of work, for your reassurance we have £2M public liability insurance and all certified work is guaranteed for 6 years through the NICEIC.
Examples of work:
Lutron lighting system: This is a high end automated lighting system, it allows you to control multiple lighting zones at the touch of a button or by using a remote control.
In this case it was controlling 11 lights in 4 different zones with 2 wall mounted control pads and one remote. The benefit of a system like this is that it allows you to control all of the lights by pressing one of the preset buttons. You can setup the control pads to produce any combination of illumination buy pressing one button or control all of the zones individually.
Rewire of 5 story house with basement and loft: This involved a total of 25 circuits with 4 RCD's and 3 RCBO's. The existing installation was very old with lots of dangerous issues including lead sheathed cables and fuses on the neutral. As the owners and family were living in the property it was important to split the work into areas to create as little disruption as possible. The installation was spread over a number of months so they could vacate the different floors as they were being worked on.
Installing garden lights: When using electricity outside it is important to make sure the installation is of the highest quality. This was a permanent installation of 7 lights, 6 were to be LED lights sunk into rendered planting boxes. To make sure the installation would last and meet safety regulations the cable had to be armoured, there needed to be RCD protection and all of the junctions, connections and lights were IP rated.
Qualifications & Accreditations
Being registered with the NICEIC, they ensure that we have the nessesary qualifications along with insurance and equipment, they also assess our work annually.
City and Guilds 2391
17th edition wiring regulations
Part P building regulations Applying experience and expertise to all work from re-wiring to changing light fittings.