It should go without saying, but the most important thing you should look for in an electrical contractor is their qualifications. A qualified electrical contractor will be NICEIC approved, ensuring they can perform the job to meet safety requirements. No matter the size of the job, whether it be an entire rewire or you need to replace a damaged plug socket, you need someone qualified to do the job!
Training and quality testing
For a company to qualify for NICEIC, all employees within the company must face rigorous testing and training. This is to make sure that they are all completely capable of carrying out expected tasks, providing customers with peace of mind that their work will be carried out to the highest standards.
Not only will the company receive an assessment to get this qualification, NICEIC performs these assessments regularly to ensure each business continues to meet such high standards. With CEB Electrics, you can relax knowing that your work will be complete to a professional standard.
Having a team with such knowledge and expertise means that if the job presents any issues later on, it will be easily dealt with and a solution will be found.
The most important consideration when choosing an electrician is the assurance that you will be left with a safe home. Electrical work can be extremely dangerous when not done correctly, a risk you certainly don’t want to make!
A common consequence of faulty electrical work is a fire. When the time comes to hire an electrical contractor, the cheapest usually won’t be the best option. What’s more, you will likely end up spending more in the long-run since you will need to bring someone else in to amend the mess they have made. With NICEIC certification, you receive peace of mind that the task will be done with accuracy.
Compliance to regulations
With so many rules and regulations to meet regarding electrician work, hiring an electrical contractor with the correct qualification guarantees that all work will be compliant. If your electrical work is not performed by a qualified expert then you will likely be left with more to repair, leading to additional costs. Whether it be a family home or a commercial environment, nothing is more important than the safety of everyone under your roof. Regulation compliance is a key indicator that you can keep everyone as safe as possible with your electrics.
Certifications on completion of work
Finally, a qualified electrical contractor will be able to provide you with guarantees and certificates for all work they have undertaken. This will allow you to see what work has been completed and relax with the knowledge that, should anything go wrong, they will fix it!
If you are selling your home, you must provide proof and certificates of all work that has been completed. If not, this could lead to problems with selling.
Get in touch with CEB
At CEB Electrics, we have numerous accreditations, including NICEIC and more, you are in safe hands! If you would like to learn more about our electrical services, get in touch and speak to a member of our team.