NICEIC Domestic Installer
NICEIC are the leading voluntary regulatory body for the electrical contracting industry and wider construction services. In order to be a member of the scheme, we undergo an annual assessment, ensuring our electricians' work is completed to the highest standards. Membership of the Domestic Installer scheme allows us to self certify work that is notifiable under Part-P of the building regulations.
NICEIC Approved Contractor
Membership of the NICEIC Approved contractor scheme requires a more rigourous inspection than the Domestic Installer scheme, and is for electrical contractors undertaking design, installation, commissioning and maintenance of electrical installations to BS 7671.
Part-P Registered Competent Person
In the UK the standards for the design and construction of buildings are governed by the Building Regulations. Part P of the Building Regulations, which specifically deals with electrical safety in dwellings, came into effect on 1st January 2005. The latest version was published in 2013. These regulations specify that particular aspects of electrical work are 'notifiable'. That is - you need to inform your local building inspector (usually through the council) and have the work inspected. We can save you considerable hassle (and cash!) as we are Part-P registered competent persons. We will complete a BS7671 electrical installation certificate for every job we undertake, and via the NICIEC, will inform the appropriate building control body that the work has been completed.
City and Guilds level 3 qualified
All our electricians are City and Guilds qualified to level 3. When regulations change, our electricians attend relevant training courses and update their qualifications. We have a continuous programme of professional development, supported by our membership of NICEIC.