Stage One

Experience and technical excellence come as standard when you choose to work with NEES. However, we go further than the limits of what we know and what we’ve worked on. We listen.

That means discovering what really matters to you – as well as tapping into the knowledge of our team and our partners. So, when we come back with the answer, you know it’s going to work – and work well.

But listening means so much more – it means seeing the project from your perspective, and always putting your needs first. If there’s a simpler, better and more cost-effective way of doing things, that’s the one we’ll recommend.

Stage Two

These days, you expect all your contractors to have robust, audited processes.

For us though, safety is about building a culture – not just a system. That’s why we have our own in-house safety manager. It’s also why we’ve make a significant investment in safety training.

Stage Three

When it comes to improving the electrics in your home, choosing  an NICEIC or ELECSA registered contractor is a householder’s  best option.

That’s because all NICEIC and ELECSA registered businesses are covered by our Platinum Promise – a promise that protects you against all non-compliant installation work.

Should any work carried out by one of our contractors be found not to comply with the Building Regulations or relevant installation standards, we can instruct the contractor to go back and carry out the work to the required standard

If the contractor is no longer in business we will have the work rectified by another registered contractor at no extra cost.

The Platinum promise is valid for up to six years from the date of the completion of the original work and covers work up to a maximum of £25,000 for any one consumer rectification.

We know how important it is for you to feel confi dent in the work carried out in your home or business. Platinum Promise is an assurance that choosing an NICEIC or ELECSA registered installer is always the best option

Frequently Asked Questions

For any specfic requirements/questions please get in touch via our contact page

Never replace a blown fuse with one of a higher amperage, which can be dangerous or can cause damage to your electrical panel wiring. You can take the blown fuse to a hardware or home store for help in getting an exact replacement. We always advise calling a professional.

A PAT test is a Portable Appliance Test in which electrical appliances are routinely checked for safety. The formal term for the process is “in-service inspection & testing of electrical equipment”.

An LRA is a Legionella Risk Assessment. The HSE states that legionella risk assessment needs to identify whether: Water is stored or re-circulated as part of your system. The water temperature in some or all parts of the system is between 20–45 °C. There are sources of nutrients such as rust, sludge, scale and organic matters.

All landlords of domestic rental properties must undertake a Legionella Risk Assessment to comply with legal requirements.

An EICR is an electrical installation condition report, or periodic inspection report as they used to be called are often referred to by customers as a Landlord Safety Test or Homebuyers Test. During anEICR, the consumer unit (or fuse board), wiring and electrical accessories are thoroughly tested and inspected for faults or deviations from the Wiring Standards. Throughout the test, the following will be inspected and tested:

  • The adequacy of the earthing and bonding.
  • Devices for protection against fire and electric shock.
  • Any damage or wear and tear that might affect the safety of the property’s inhabitants.
  • Identification of any damaged electrical fittings and accessories.
  • Identification of any exposed live wires that could cause a fire or injury.

You should contact either Trading Standards or Citizens Advice to
register your concern. Do not use the product if you are unsure
please call us on 07710 494184 for advice.

No. We will never charge you for quoting a job. We will visit the
required home and carry out the quote free of charge and send the
quotations via email to be accepted or declined. One a quote is
accepted our office will liaise with you to have the job booked in at convenience.

Work carried out in  people’s homes can continue across all levels COVID-19 protection levels but should be strictly limited to the provision of essential or permitted goods and services at Level 4.  This is to help suppress the spread of the virus. 

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