Electrical Services

JEPSMART are registered with the NICEIC, the UK’s leading voluntary regulatory body for the electrical contracting industry. JEPSMART are fully qualified to Part P and City & Guilds standards and listed as a Registered Competent Person – Electrical

    Choosing a qualified and NICEIC registered electrician is the best way to ensure a safe job for you and your family or your tenants. The additional benefit of choosing an NICEIC registered electrician is their Platinum Promise which offers a six-year insurance backed warranty

JEPSMART offers the full scope of domestic electrical services including:

  • Additional electrical sockets
  • Extra lights installed and light fittings replaced or upgraded to LED downlights
  • Fusebox upgrades to RCD protected consumer units
  • Full and part re-wires
  • New builds and extensions
  • Loft conversions and new conservatories
  • Electrical fault finding
  • Outdoor lighting and power provision
  • Inspection, testing and certification
  • Periodic inspection and testing

Top tips on electrical safety:

  • Always use a registered electrician to carry out electrical work in your home
  • All circuit alterations or new wiring must be certified; ensure you receive the necessary certification prior to parting with your money as you’ll need these documents when you sell or lease your property
  • Make sure you are RCD protected when using electrical tools in the garden
  • Get your electrics checked by a competent person at least every five years
  • Only buy electrical appliances from reputable suppliers you know and trust – always look for the CE marking or Kitemark
  • Whenever an appliance develops a fault, remember to get it fixed or replaced quickly

Every year, there are over 21,000 fires and 350,000 people are seriously injured in electrical accidents at home in the UK.  With a few simple steps, many could be prevented.

Want to know if your sockets are overloaded? Use the handy calculator below.

Most people have extension leads in their homes to increase the number of appliances that they can plug into a wall socket. However, whilst there may be space to plug in extra appliances, this does not mean it is always safe to do so. To the danger of overloading sockets which can result in a fire, you should never plug combine appliances that use a combined 13 amps or 3000 watts of energy.

The Socket Calculator has been brought to you by the Electrical Safety Council. For more safety information visit www.esc.co.uk

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