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NJM Electrical are a long established electrical and electrical contracting company. Our aim is to ensure that the customer ( regardless of job size ) gets a top class installation from start to finish.
About NJM Electrical
NJM Electrical are a long established electrical contracting company based in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire who can offer you a reliable and efficent electrical installation carried out to the highest standards that can be designed and installed to suit you or your clients needs.
We are Part P registered and are ELECSA members. All our work comes with a optional warranty for peace of mind.
From fitting extra lights and sockets to full installations we cater to Domestic, Commercial and Industrial customers and clients.
For more information on the services we can offer please view our services link on the left hand menu. Alternatively phone us on any of the contact numbers above or use the Contact Us link which is also in the menu.
No Job is too small and we are more than happy to offer you advice and arrange for a free quotation for any work that you or your company are considering undertaking. Our work covers all of West Yorkshire including Huddersfield, Halifax, Holmfirth, Bradford and Leeds. We are also ideally placed for jobs in Barnsley, Wakefield, Rotherham, Sheffield and Oldham.
ELECSA Part P
Fully qualified Electricians
Texecom Approved Intruder Alarm Installer
AICO Approved Fire Detection Alarm Installer Domestic Electrical contractors. ELECSA Part P registered electricians. Friendly and efficent service. Top class service from start to finish. From rewires to extra lights and intruder alarms.
Ask a tradesman
NJM Electrical has answered 34 questions on Ask a Tradesman. Here's their top 5 answers.
- Is it essential to have an earth on my lighting circuit? (I am planning to rent the property out) 19
- How do I check the fuse rating for an electric shower and if a new electric shower is a suitable replacement? 13
- 1970s house - rewiring required? 10
- Bonding to gas and water 9
- Are sockets and wiring in skirting boards safe? 7