- Midsomer Norton
- Member since Sep 2017
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We undertake all aspects of home improvements, repairs and refurbishment. As fully qualified and registered electrical contractors we also deliver any size electrical works whether it be a new installation, maintenance or fault finding. We provide a 24hour emergency callout service for electrical and plumbing repairs. Over 18years experience in the electrical/mechanical and building trade.
- Bathroom Fitting
- Kitchen Fitting
- Central Heating
About Complete Projects
24 Hour Emergency Callout
ELECSA/NICEIC Approved Registered Electrical Contractor (EPP63070)
City & Guilds Level 3 18th Edition
City & Guilds 2140 - Electrical Systems
City & Guilds 2010 - General Engineering
City & Guilds 2140 - Engineering Systems Maintenance
City & Guilds 2275 - Measurement & Control
City & Guilds 2274 - Programmable Controllers
City & Guilds 2321 - Pneumatics for Electrical & Mechanical Craftsmen
NVQ Level 2 - Engineering Manufacture
BSC - Health & Safety for Directors and Senior Management
Public Liability InsuranceLimit of indemnity: £2,000,000.00
Valid until: 7th Dec 2021
Public liability insurance
Covers your property, or the property of a third party, in the event of damage caused by a tradesperson or their employees. It does not cover poor workmanship and the policy may contain conditions that could restrict cover.
Professional indemnity insurance
Provides cover for losses arising out of professional errors in design and/or specifications offered as part of the service. This insurance is typically used by architects, designers, engineers, and design & build contractors.
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