Direct Electrical Services UK ltd
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Electrical contractor. Specialise in domestic instillation and all types of heating instillation. Based in Stirling we are NICEIC Registered and have been in business since 1998. We are fully insured and our work is guaranteed. All of our tradesmen are fully qualified to 18th Edition. We offer a prompt and reliable service at competitive rates.
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About Direct Electrical Services UK ltd
Established in 1998 Direct Electrical Services UK Limited is a family run business based in Stirling but covering most of Scotland. Although new to my Builder.com we have a very good reputation and most of our clients are obtained through word of mouth. We are reliable electricians and all work is carried out to a high standard with testing and certification. Customer satisfaction is guaranteed.
18th Edition Approved Electricians.
SJIB Approved health and safety assessment.
Asbestos Awareness certification.
NICEIC Approved Quality Supervisors.
Public Liability InsuranceLimit of indemnity: £2,000,000.00
Valid until: 17th Feb 2022
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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