Safety checks - Switches and sockets replaced - New light fittings and wiring - Power to garages and sheds - Phone and data cabling - Renovations and upgrades - Kitchen updates - House rewiring - Security lighting - Fault finding
Having an electrical supply to your home is a part of everyday life, so making sure that it is as safe and reliable as possible is essential. Faulty earthing, loose connections, cracked fittings, badly routed cables or the wrong cable type, exposed conductors, miswired lighting, incorrect breaker or fuse rating, and many more hidden problems can mean that an electrical installation is an accident waiting to happen, so it is important to make sure that any work done to it is carried out by trained and qualified engineers.
We are a friendly local firm based in north-west Kent, and are happy to quote for any job, no matter how small or large.
Please call to discuss your requirements.
All work is warranted for 12 months against defects in workmanship. Parts are covered by the manufacturer's own warranty.
Our full Terms and Conditions can be found here.
|Call-out rate:||£50 for first hour to include our initial call-out fee. If a job carries over multiple days this rate will only be applied to the first hour of the first day.
This does not apply to scheduled and pre-booked jobs.
|Hourly rate:||£38 per hour for the rest of the job, to include any reasonable amount of time taken to source any non-stock components or replacement parts, prepare designs and check regulations, and to complete any required paperwork.|
|Working Hours:||We are reasonably flexible on working hours and will aim to fit around you, but we generally aim to complete most work during the normal working day. Some evenings and weekends are available by prior arrangement, but this will need to be booked in advance.|
Our work is warranted against defects in workmanship or installation for a period of 12 months after the completion date (see certificate). Parts are covered by their own manufacturer's warranties.
When performing any electrical work - even in your own house, except for a few specific changes such as like-for-like replacement of outlets or replacing a damaged cable, all changes or additions are notifiable to the local building control authority. This means that before starting any work you must notify the authority of the planned changes, and then after the work is completed you must arrange for them to inspect the work for safety and quality.
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