I have been a member od Checkatrade for 6 years now, you can find me through a search of Checkatrade or go to my Checkatrade page.where you can find my previous customer feedback live as it happens, all customer comments are published, good and not so good. I have found that despite the TV programmes advice on avoiding rogue traders people still do not get references. By using the Checkatrade service you get all the nitty gritty on how good I am, a substitute for actual references.
I am registered with NAPIT (National Association of Professional Inspectors & Testers) for electrical work – membership number 9693 look at the NAPIT website for my current listing, where I am listed under both the electrician and electrical inspector categories.
This ensures that all my electrical work complies with Part P of the Building Regulations and is designed and installed correctly. I also carry out the testing that is required and issue a certificate of electrical installation, and notify NAPIT who in turn notify Building Control in your area. This helps keep you safe, and when you come to sell your house, a search of records is undertaken at building Control and the notification is brought to light. This is a bit like selling your car with full service history, so you can put your buyers mind at rest that there shouldn’t be expensive electrical work needed. (limited to my work only, not the whole house). Further information on electrical work and Part P notification can be obtained from NAPIT.
Quality of Work
To see the bathrooms, design details & customer testimonials see my portfolio. Also you can look at my Checkatrade page.
If you wish to see my qualifications and background you can check me out at my LinkedIn page.
I have come across many examples of bad workmanship and had to put them right. If you're interested in seeing how it shouldn't be done and a lot more of the bad workmanship I keep finding I have created a Bodger Watch section.