The NICEIC are the UK's leading voluntary body for the electrical contracting industry.

The NICEIC has developed a reputation amongst consumers, specifiers of work and industry for promoting safety, integrity and technical excellence.

As an NICEIC Approved Contractor we have undergone a rigorous assessment process, covering a representative sample of our work, our premises, documentation, equipment, and the competence of our key supervisory staff. we are re-assessed on a regular basis to ensure continued compliance.


TrustMark is the nationwide Government backed scheme to help consumers find reputable tradesmen to carry out work in the home improvement industry.

Companies with Trust Mark have signed up to a code of practice which includes insurance, good health and safety practices and have customer care at the heart of their business.


SMAS is a national third party body that evaluates the Health and Safety of a company ensuring that the company complies with all the latest Health and Safety legislation. SMAS is part of SSIP (Safety Schemes in Procurement).


All of our employees holds a current CSCS card which identifies that the individual has taken a health & safety assessment, to ensure a minimum level of health & safety awareness to be working on any premises or site.


CHAS (Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme) is a scheme run by the Government enabling organisations large and small to easily show their Health & Safety competence, or to check the competence of contractors they are considering taking on.

The scheme operates a register of contractors, enabling larger companies, and local government procurement to easily establish whether or not a company carries out its Health and Safety duties


All our electricians have completed City & Guilds training course to ensure they meet the highest possible standard within the electrical sector.


Since 2005, all electrical work in dwellings in England and Wales whether carried out professionally or as DIY, and whether or not the work is notifiable to a building control body, must meet the requirements of Part P of the Building Regulations.

Compliance with Part P is intended to keep you and your family as safe as possible from electrical hazards.

The requirements of Part P apply to new dwellings and to any alterations or additions to the electrical installations of existing dwellings, including full or partial rewires.


A CRB is a Criminal Records Bureau check, which is carried out by an employer to see if a job applicant has a criminal record/history. This check enables organisations in the public, private and voluntary sectors make safer recruitment decisions by identifying candidates who may be unsuitable for certain work. A person is usually asked to carry out a CRB check when applying for jobs which involve working with vulnerable people such as young children and the elderly, but it can be other posts which include a high level of responsibility and accountability.