At N. A. Electrical Services we can take care of all your electrical needs in the home.
All work is carried out by qualified and insured personnel. On completion, inspection, testing and verification of the installation enables us to issue you a full certificate of completion with our backing of a full guarantee.
We are able to carry out design and consultancy for your project, and offer FREE advice on installation issues, including Part P of the Building Regulations for domestic properties.
The most important thing for a consumer to do when the need for an electrician arises, is ensure the work that is to be carried out is done correctly and safely. The best way to achieve this is to use a registered company / individual, and insist on certification of the work they are to undertake. It's not an option - it's a requirement of the regulations we have to work by (BS7671).
Think saftey first, electricity has only to be lucky once! It's the consumer like you that eliminates the cowboys by not hiring them in the first place!
If you are planning to extend or alter the electrical installation in your home, such as providing extra sockets in the kitchen, or adding new ceilings lights, don't attempt the installation yourself. Ensure you employ a competent electrician. The Government introduced a new law in January 2005, which demands that most electrical work in UK households is only carried out by a 'competent' person.
Up to now, the electrical industry has maintained relatively high safety standards, aided by voluntary controls such as those practiced by ELECSA approved contractors. But with an increasing use and variety of electrical equipment and appliances in our homes, it is not surprising that we are exposed to an increased risk of electric shock and fires caused by faulty electrical installations.
In fact according to Government statistics, every year 5 deaths and over 500 injuries are caused by faulty electrical installations in the home. Added to this, 12,500 fires caused by electrical faults, resulting in 25 deaths and 590 injuries every year, so it is not difficult to see why an electrical safety law needs to be enforced.
Our trade association carries out regular assessments of its registered electrical contractors to ensure that they are and continue to be ‘competent' to carry out electrical installations.
By looking at this website, you have already made a conscious effort to use a ‘competent' electrician. But what you now need to do is ensure you use one!