As the days grow longer, the nights get lighter and you start to spend time in the garden, make sure you follow the Electrical Safety First guide to Electrical Safety Outdoors: http://bit.ly/1q1qpvd If you need any help or advice around any of the things covered in the guide please let us know.
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As a member of the Aico Fire Products Trained Installer Scheme we are trained to advise on the products you require to protect your property based on BS 5839-6:2013. Be it a bungalow or a 3-storey HMO we can advise on what to fit e.g. smoke detectors, heat detectors, carbon-monoxide detection devices and also where they… Read more »
Before the weather gets any worse this winter it might be worth taking a look at Northern Powergrids: ‘Power Cuts Advice & Check list of things to do / be aware of’ Hopefully the advice won’t need to be actioned but there is no harm in taking a quick look & being prepared!
Please can we advise you to search the Electrical Safety Register The Electrical Safety Register is a joint venture between the Electrical Safety Council (ESC) and Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA) that features both domestic and commercial contractors registered under the NICEIC, ELECSA and ECA certification schemes. Over 33,000 contractors are registered with these schemes,… Read more »
The product checker provided by The Electrical Safety Council at www.esc.org.uk/recall contains the details of electrical products that have been recalled since 2007. Ther are hundreds of pages of products that have been recalled but it is an advanced search tool, easy to use and well worth a visit. The ESC state that if you search… Read more »
Are you worried about your electrics after last nights Corrie? Get a registered electrician to check your home is safe. Find out more about Electrical Installation Condition Reports via our Services page and contact us anytime for a free quotation.
be on the safe side… visit esc.org.uk/recall to check the products in your home.