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Our Services

our services

What we can do for you:

Inspection & Testing (EICR)

Ensure your property's electrical system is properly maintained and up to current standards with an EICR

New Installations

First & Second Fix of a brand new home

Breakdown & Repairs

Finding the fault within your electrical system, and communicating with you as to where & why things went wrong

Modifications to Exisiting Installations

Installing And/Or Modifying your existing installations

Inspection & testing (EICR)

What is it and Why do you need it?

An EICR (Electrical Installation Condition Report) is a full Test and Inspection of your properties electrical installation. Our Test and Inspectors will run a full examination of your entire electrical installation, ensuring all areas are in good health and running without risk of a fire.

According to Electrical Safety First, over 20,000 homes each year across the U.K. are affected by house fires – which are caused by Unsafe Electrical Products & Installations

To ensure you are not added to that statistic, we recommend you get your property regularly inspected to ensure the safety of you, your family and/or tenants.


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Fire Facts


- 46 Deaths per year

- 2,469 Injuries per year

- Over £100 Million in damage to private property

- Faulty appliances alone cause £41.6 million of damage per year, with electrical cookers (£24 million) and lighting (£13 million) among the largest contributors

NEW Installations

What’s involved?

Our team is fully equipped to install a brand new system to your property.

Initially, our team would survey the site and complete a quote and a plan. After we have come to an agreement, we would start a first fix on your property to the specification of your choice. This involves the installation of cables, back-boxes & hidden wiring before any furnishings or carpets are added to the property. Our team will test all the cables that have been installed to ensure the system is whole and there are no problems with the newly installed cables.

After the first-fix work is complete and you are happy with what we have done so far, a plasterer would be needed to touch up all walls & ceilings ready for a second fix to take place.

Once the plastering has been completed, we will return to site and start our second fix. This involves connecting up your brand new consumer unit, all accessories (light switches, sockets etc), light fittings & any other electrical items you have requested.

Once First-Fix and Second Fix has been completed, our team will start testing the installation, completing and providing an EIC (Electrical Installation Certificate). Once this process is complete and our team are happy with the results, the installation will be handed over to you officially with all documentation required.

Modifications to existing Installations

What’s involved?

Our team is fully equipped to make any electrical modification within your property.

Initially, our team would survey the site and complete a quote and a plan. After we have come to an agreement, we would first test the circuit you wish to make modifications to. This ensures us that the circuit is healthy before starting any work – but if there are any problems, we can make the right steps to ensure it has been corrected before work commences.

We would then start a first fix on your property to the specification of your choice. This involves getting routes available to the areas that are needed to run cables through, as well as running any trunking or conduit that is needed. Once the cable routes have been completed, new cables will then be wired within the cable runs, ready to be connected to the existing circuit.

 Before connecting the new cables up, our engineers will safely isolate the circuit which is having modifications to ensure the safety of you as well as our electrician. We will ensure that you are ready for us to turn off the ciruit before we continue. Once completed, our electricians will connect the new cables to the existing & complete dead (non-live) tests on the circuit to ensure the cables are healthy before powering up.

Once dead testing has been completed, our electricians will re-power the circuits up & commence live tests to the installation to ensure safety, then completing any relevant paperwork and certifications needed for the installation (certification depends on size of the job) Once this has been completed, and both parties are happy with the work, the documentation will be handed over to you.

Breakdown & Repairs

What’s involved?

Our team is fully equipped to fault-find and repair the electrical installation at your property.

Initially, our team would ask a few brief questions about the fault you are experiencing. These questions are important when it comes down to narrowing where the faults origin might be and why it is happening. After that, we would complete a site survey, where we would come up with a plan of how to tackle this fault as well as a quote.

Once we have came to an agreement with the plan, our electricians would begin breaking down various parts of the circuit whilst testing to ensure the cable is healthy, which will bring us closer to the finding the fault.

Once the fault has been found, we will devise a plan with you on the best way to tackle this fault – this could range from anything like a partial rewire of a circuit, to a replacement of an accessory.