Electrical Safety Services
- Member since Oct 2011
- 696 reviews • 100% positive rating
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We have consistently been offering good value to out customers. Due to the difficulties faced by many small businesses post Covid, we have further cut our labour rates to provide some of the fairest prices in Norfolk. - Almost 700 happy customers to date. Labour only from £12.00 per hour. - Small jobs are our speciality
About Electrical Safety Services
We are looking to carry out Domestic EICR's for other contractors at extremely competitive rates. All ECIRs will be carried out in accordance with BS7671 and the IET Guidance note 3. Documents will be produced using proprietary software and include a good summary to aid client understanding. - Please contact us for more information.
17th Edition Regulations, City and Guilds 2391 electrical testing, City and Guilds 236 parts 1&2 Electrical Installation. City & Guilds 232.
Due to the impact of COVID, we are no longer carrying out Part P notifable works. This is mainly due to insufficient work level to support the high ongoing costs of annual recertification and accreditation.
Replace strip light Electrical
Very prompt response, arrived on time, very professional job and lovely chap. Thank Jason
sue_379 - 16th Jul, 2022 Positive review
Install one light fitting Electrical
Very pleased with work. I was charged a very good price for the job. I would definitely recommend Mr Briscoe
carol58659 - 18th Sep, 2021 Positive review
Put up light fittings Electrical
Installed lights very quickly. I am really pleased with them. Mr Briscoe wore a mask the whole time, was very respectful and friendly. I would recommend without hesitation
carol58659 - 7th Sep, 2021 Positive review
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