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Electrical Service

NICEIC AC LogoWe offer a domestic electrical service in St Albans, Harpenden, Radlett, Hemel Hempstead, Hatfield, Watford and surrounding west Hertfordshire areas.

We are a NICEIC registered local company. All the electrical work from us is of current standards (18th IET wiring regulations and Part P).

NICEIC Enrolment No: 600464000
Check our NICEIC Registration Details

Electrical fault finding

We specialse in domestic electrical fault finding, eg, for the following issues:

RCD tripping
Circuit breaker tripping
Downlight repairs
Dimmer switch replacement
Heating and boiler wiring
UFH wiring

Electrical installation

All domestic electrical installations should comply with Building Regulation Part P and 18th IET wiring regulations (BS 7671 2018).

A brief Guide to Part P

Whole house re-wiring
New kitchen re-wiring
Consumer unit replacement
Fire alarm installation
Intruder alarm installation
Outdoor lights
Electrical boilers

Electrical inspection

The inspection for domestic electrical installations is called the Electrical Installation Condition Report - EICR. Only experienced electricians with the City and Guilds 2391 qualification are qualified to carry out such an inspection.

Industrial guide to electrical inspection

We offer an electrical inspection service for local people. Don't forget, we are also a gas firm so we can do both a gas and an electrical inspection at your convenience.

Such an inspection is normally required by landlords for their rented properties' electrical safety certificates. Please read more on the landlord service section.

new New legislation for landlords since 01/07/2020

The ESS regulations, in its current form, affect private rentals in England only. The new rules apply to new tenancies, (including renewal but not periodic) from 1st June 2020 and to all existing tenancies from 1st April 2021.

The Electrical Safety Standards in the Private Rented Sector (England) Regulations 2020

The regulations require a private landlord to ensure that the electrical safety standards are met during any period when the residential premises are occupied under a tenancy, and that every fixed electrical installation is inspected and tested at least every five years by a qualified person.

A new inspection is not required for each tenancy agreement, so long as the report is still valid and no more than five years old.

Read further on the landlord service section.