CHOOSE PDP FOR ELECTRICAL SERVICES

  • 24 hour call out
  • Free estimates
  • Rewiring and additions
  • Part P certification
  • Additional sockets
  • Full electrical installations
  • Safety electrical inspections
  • Security alarms & CCTV
  • Lighting
  • Security Lighting
  • Lighting design
  • Portable Appliance Testing
  • PAT Testing
  • Exterior lighting
  • Domestic installations
  • Commercial installations
  • All work guaranteed

Domestic Electrical Services

PDP Services can assist with all types of electrical work in and around your home, from simple jobs to complete rewires. We are fully qualified and accredited electricians and can ensure that you comply with all the latest regulations.

Electrical Services Provided:

  • Free Estimates
  • Extra Sockets
  • Extra Lights
  • Outside Lights
  • Outside Sockets
  • Security Lighting
  • Lighting Design
  • Rewiring & Additions
  • Electrical Inspection & Testing

From January 2005, domestic electrical installations came within the scope of the Building Regulations. This means that from 2005 onwards on all new domestic electrical installations (together with specific alterations and additions to current installations) have to be inspected and comply with strict electrical safety performance standards. The standards cover the design, installation, inspection and testing of domestic electrical work as well as the provision of information.

The main reason for the change is the need to reduce the hazards posed by unsafe domestic electrical installations. Therefore the changes should helping to reduce injuries from electrical shocks and burns. It is also hoped to reduce injuries arising from fires in homes due to electrical components overheating or arcing.

When the time comes to sell your property, your purchaser’s surveyors will ask for evidence that notifiable domestic electrical work (installed after January 2005) complies with the new Building Regulations. There will be two ways to prove compliance:

1) A certificate showing that the work has been done by a competent installer who is registered under one of five Electrical Self-Certification schemes (eg.NICEIC).

2) A completion certificate from the local authority saying that the installation has approval under the Building Regulations. This is dependent on the owner who has ordered the work on providing relevant electrical test certificates on completion of the installation from a competent person.

For more information on our electrical services call 01444 480444 or email electrical@pdp.services.

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