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Chris Dyke, Anerley, 2018
Really impressed, EMailed at late notice for an urgent job & got quick, friendly & very thorough service. Will definately use electrical initiative for next job.Thanks for your help!Chris
Sophie Smith, Forest Hill, 2018
did an excellent job for half price quoted by another company. Took time taking care off all the electrical problems I worried about & explained every step of the way.Would thoroughly recommend.
Dionne Culver, Pimlico, 2018
I would like to leave a review, forgot electricians name, sorry,but he was punctual,tidy and went out of his way to get my electrics up and running in time for the building inspector comining the morning, thanks so much, will be recommending.
Alexia Acopadamis, Beckenham, 2018
Hi, I would like to thank electrical iniative for fixing initial repair and installing fuseboard, you were clear, concise and communicated every step of the way to make sure I knew what was being done at every step, you stuck to original quote and came at times to suit me.
What is the importance of using a registered company?
A registered company is completely responsible, accountable, regulated, fully qualified, insured & upto date with the latest regulations. A registered company that does not follow the strict guidelines will face serious penalties.
What is tested during an electrical inspection?
The main parts of an electrical installation that are tested are the earthing arrangements, including bonding, the fuseboard, including RCDs, the size, type & integrity of wiring, the amount & suitability of electrical points.
What is the meaning of RCDs?
These are safety devices that are fitted in or close to the fuseboard & provide additional protection against electric shock. They are also a requirement of the latest IEE wiring regulations.
What is the meaning of bonding?
Bonding is the green & yellow earthing cable that connects the metal pipes or framework in a property. The purpose of bonding is to stop any electrical potential coming into the property.
Where can I get help understanding electrical jargon/ terms?
If you are ever unsure about the work an electrician is asking to be carried out, the Electrical Safety First website offer a free consumer advice line, please visit www.electricalsafetyfirst.org.uk
for more information.