Why you should be choosing an NICEIC Approved contractor when selecting your local electrican

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Why use an NICEIC Approved contractor when selecting you electrician?

The majority of my customers don’t understand what Part P registered actually means. However most customers have heard of the NICEIC and feel these ‘letters’ mean something good and they should look for them when searching for an electrician.

The true meaning of what the NICEIC does or means never springs to mind in 90% of cases, it is known for being a mark of quality and that a safe, high standard of workmanship is achieved by the registered electrician. This is huge peace of mind for customers who struggle to find the right electrician and cannot be expected to understand the meaning of the Part P building regulation.

So why have I always been and always will be an NICEIC Approved contractor ? Quite simply, it is for my customers peace of mind, not just for the fact they recognise the NICEIC as a mark of quality but also for my belief in each and every job being carried out to the same high standard and ensuring customer satisfaction at the end.

The reason why I set George Electrical up 2 years ago was to fill a huge gaping hole in the domestic market. As an electrician with 11 years experience it frustrated me to see the lack of care and attention on electrical work being carried out in peoples homes. It is my goal to provide a comprehensive electrical service that is friendly, efficient and geared towards helping home owners and small businesses in the Bexley towns and South East London.

The NICEIC are currently showing around 26,000 Electricians and Electrical contractors. These contractors registered with the NICEIC are registered thanks to the recognition of the good work NICEIC registered electricians do and the quality inspections – namely a series of half day inspections that are a real benefit to the company.

This is another great reason why I would always advise using an electrician who is registered with the NICEIC. The electrical inspections are thorough and stringent and really test out electrical knowledge. If you use an NICEIC Approved contractor, you will be sure of a safe standard of work from a person who has genuine pride in their work.

Another good reason is the customer protection you receive as a customer. All electrical work I do carries a 6 year warranty which is all backed by the NICEIC.

Quality workmanship and a friendly manner are all part of the service here at George Electrical.

Once you have picked your local NICEIC Approved contractor remember:

  • You MUST get your NICEIC Certificate from your Electrician where appropriate
  • Your Electrician must notify building control of the works (PART P)