John Smith Electrical
- Member since Feb 2014
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Sole trader with no employees, Fully Qualified 17th Edition IEE Regulations I carry out all the your Electrical work from start to finish customer satisfaction is paramount Manyreferrals over the years. A member of a trade body in the Consumer market with all positive comments & 43 years experience in Electrical Installations with domestic houses my specialty so my experience is worth a lot for your peace of mind that your job will be done to the highest levels of Electrical Working Regulations
About John Smith Electrical
Self employed since 1985 and a Electrician since 1977. Thousands of delighted customers, rewired many houses and fault finding a speciality no job too small. New consumer units installed and anything to do with electrical wiring in your house is my speciality. I have been working in domestic houses since 1977 so I think I know my way round any electrical installation.
City & Guilds Parts 1 & 2 in Electrical Installations & 17th Edition of the IEE Regulations
Public Liability InsuranceLimit of indemnity: £2,000,000.00
Valid until: 9th Apr 2022
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