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When you are working on a new commercial construction project or the refurbishment of existing premises, instructing an approved contractor to handle all aspects of your installation makes a lot of sense. It will reduce the time you spend managing your project. Juggling different contractors, each working to different deadlines and specifications, can be stressful, costly and unproductive. We have a wealth of experience in commercial electrical installations. With our team of highly skilled and trained electricians and data cabling experts, you can be sure every aspect of your installation is being carried out by a workforce who are specialists in their field. We are accredited by the NICEIC Approved contractor scheme, which means all work carried out is to the highest standard and is fully guaranteed. The Big Green Electrical Company specializes in all aspects of electrical installations.
- Lighting systems.
- Data Cabling
- Wiring of computer networks and server rooms.
- Fire alarms systems.
- Emergency lighting.
- CCTV and access control systems.
- Energy efficiency advice and reports.
- Fault finding and testing.
Electricians registered by NICEIC are assessed on a regular basis to ensure that they are competent and contractors registered to NICEIC are authorised to self-certify work. NICEIC electricians also have a Platinum Promise which covers electrical work up to the value of £25,000. This is a protection entity which only a NICEIC approved contractor can offer.
Here’s five reasons you should use a NICEIC approved electrical contractor:
1. Annually assessed by NICEIC;
2. Minimum public liability insurance;
3. Carry out all forms of inspection and testing from minor works to full installations and fire alarms, emergency lighting, periodic tests and inspections;
4. Independent complaints.
be maintained so as to prevent, so far as is reasonably practicable, danger”. “System” means the wiring of an electrical installation and everything connected to it. Regulation (29) states: “It shall be a defence for any person to prove that he
took all reasonable steps and exercised all due diligence to avoid the commission of that offence” Test reports, together with other preventative maintenance documentation will form the basis of this proof and will provide your best defence against
prosecution should the need arise. Duty holders are responsible for setting up adequate maintenance programs and must assess the needs and frequency requirement of testing, maintaining and monitoring electrical systems and equipment.