North East Electrical Services

A fully skilled team with 40 years of combined experience enable us to capably design, install and maintain everything from industrial systems, to an extra light or socket.

Below you can see further details on some of the most popular services provided by our company.

24/7 Call Out Services

We are here to help. We operate 24/7 so please call us on 07710 494184 for any emergencies.

Fault Finding

If your electrics need repaired, we want to hear from you as soon as possible. Our highly experienced electricians are capable of repairing all types wiring, lighting faults and many more. We will identify the root cause of the problem and advise you on the best course of action. We will then repair or replace the faulty component.

Rewiring

No matter how big or small, you can count on us to re-wire your property with as little hassle as possible.

Does my home need Rewired?

There are some tell-tale signs when it comes to rewiring…

  • Scorch marks on sockets?
  • Have the electrics been checked in the last 5 years?
  • Regular fuses blowing?
  • Missing earth at cables?
  • Replaceable fuse wire at fuse board?
  • Cables on the skirting board?
  • Old VRI wiring at lights & sockets

NEES offer rewiring services to people based in Aberdeen and the surrounding areas.

As a team of electrical experts, we can:

  • Survey the property to establish what rewiring is required
  • Give the client a number of options to meet their needs & budget
  • Provide an accurate timescale for work to be completed
  • Professional equipment allows us to hide cables in the walls with minimal damage to property
  • Our electricians take pride in leaving your property in a clean & tidy state as possible
  • All cables are installed inside steel capping with new RCD fuse boards

Our electricians have rewired hundreds of properties around the North East of Scotland. We have conducted rewires in old tenements with original features such as cornices which has gained us the experience in carrying out this work with minimal damage.

Garden & Security Lighting

Well positioned lighting can transform the way your property looks like night falls, creating a dramatic backdrop and making your home feel and look amazing.

Garden lighting can be used to light the pathway to your house, helping visitors to find their way. It can also be used to enhance decking or patio areas, making your leisure space more usable on warm summer nights.

NEES also advise homeowners on lighting water features, ponds and swimming pools so that they maintain their unique beauty well into the night. Upgrade and Installs of outdoor lighting designed for your garden.

Shop Refurbishments

Whilst every electrical refurbishment comes with its’ own unique challenges, what every project need is an intelligent design, skilled installation and of course, safe commissioning with focused project management team.

Not only do NEES offer this, we also deliver energy-efficient electrical refurbishments to create both energy and cost savings.

Whether you’re looking to upgrade your cabling, lighting, or data network services, we offer all round electrical design, installation, testing and maintenance services to meet your needs and budget.

Typical Electrical Refurbishment Works Include:

  • Full Rewire
  • Lighting Upgrades
  • Energy Efficient Systems
  • Distribution Board Upgrades
  • Part Rewire
  • Data Network Improvement
  • Cabling Replacement

Our know-how extends across a diverse range of projects from small, simple installations to larger complex works with multiple demands.

  • Graded, Listed & Old Buildings
  • Health Care – Doctors, Dentists etc
  • High Street Retail & Retail Parks
  • Schools & Colleges
  • Hotels
  • Supermarkets & Grocery Stores
  • Travel & Logistics Buildings
  • Offices
  • Manufacturing
  • Restaurants and Professional Kitchens
  • Warehousing & Storage

Single & Three Phase Systems

In electricity, the phase refers to the distribution of a load. What is the difference between single-phase and three-phase power supplies? Single-phase power is a two-wire alternating current (ac) power circuit. Typically, there is one power wire—the phase wire—and one neutral wire, with current flowing between the power wire (through the load) and the neutral wire. Three-phase power is a three-wire ac power circuit with each phase ac signal 120 electrical degrees apart.

Residential homes are usually served by a single-phase power supply, while commercial and industrial facilities usually use a three-phase supply. One key difference between single-phase vs. three-phase is that a three-phase power supply better accommodates higher loads. Single-phase power supplies are most commonly used when typical loads are lighting or heating, rather than large electric motors.

Single-phase systems can be derived from three-phase systems. In the US, this is done via a transformer to get the proper voltage, while in the EU it is done directly. Voltage levels in the EU are such that a three-phase system can also serve as three single-phase systems.

Single-phase vs. three-phase power

One other important difference between 3-phase power vs. single phase power is the consistency of the delivery of power. Because of the peaks and dips in voltage, a single-phase power supply simply does not offer the same consistency as a three-phase power supply. A three-phase power supply delivers power at a steady, constant rate.

Comparing single-phase vs. three-phase power, three-phase power supplies are more efficient. A three-phase power supply can transmit three times as much power as a single-phase power supply, while only needing one additional wire (that is, three wires instead of two). Thus, three-phase power supplies, whether they have three wires or four, use less conductor material to transmit a set amount of electrical power than do single-phase power supplies.

Difference between 3-phase and single-phase configurations
Some three-phase power supplies do use a fourth wire, which is a neutral wire. The two most common configurations of three-phase systems are known as wye and delta. A delta configuration has only three wires, while a wye configuration may have a fourth, neutral, wire. Single-phase power supplies have a neutral wire as well.

Both single-phase and three-phase power distribution systems have roles for which they are well-suited. But the two types of systems are quite different from each other.

We can upgrade your 3-phase equipment without the hassle of massive downtime.

High Bay and Low Bay Lighting

A high bay light is usually defined as a light intended for use in a ceiling ranging from 20-40 feet in height from the floor. A high bay ceiling is usually found in industrial and some commercial spaces.

A low bay light is usually defined as a light intended for use in a ceiling under 20 feet in height from the floor. A low bay ceiling is the most common type of ceiling commonly seen in homes, most retail businesses, and public buildings.

When considering high bays vs. low bays, the matter of the ceiling height is always the deciding factor. The reason behind this is because these two categories of lighting fixtures are manufactured differently to accommodate the needs of each space. For example, one of the major differences is the concentration of the light spread. Most high bays will utilize reflectors to help ensure the light spreads down and out in the way necessary for visibility in the space from the higher distance. A high bay will also feature a high lumen output to compensate for the greater distance compared to low bay light fixtures. A fixture placed so high up may have a harder time maintaining the brightness you expect so it needs to compensate with a higher lumen output to reach all the vital areas and avoid shadows.

Many people worry about the negative impacts of using the wrong one in their space. While the results won’t be a disaster per se, it will definitely impact the space overall. For example, using a low bay light in a high bay ceiling will result in a lack of proper visibility, and the use of a high bay light in a low bay ceiling will certainly overpower the space and flood it with too much brightness as well as cost more in the long run. This is why it’s important to consider the height of your ceiling and the role it plays in choosing the right lighting solutions for your space.

We can upgrade all kinds of high and low bay lights, LED replacements and alterations.

Legionella Risk Assessments

A legionella risk assessment is a non-intrusive inspection of the plumbing system in a rented property. It involves checking that the system complies with current plumbing standards and ensuring that hot and cold water temperatures are at the correct levels. Carrying out a risk assessment normally takes between 30-45 minutes per property.

A report is then produced which provides recommendations on works required to reduce the risk from legionella in each property and contains a control programme to follow to manage the ongoing risk from legionella in the property.

We carry out legionella risk assessments across the North East of Scotland.

PAT Testing

Our company regularly provides Portable Appliance Testing services to letting agencies. Individual tests taken on appliances are uploaded to our testing equipment and provided with an identity number; this is then sent on pdf direct to the client; a copy will be kept with us until it has lapsed.

NEES are PAT Testing specialists who provide a speedy, reliable and professional service at amazing prices. We supply services to companies, ,dentist and doctor surgeries, landlords, educational institutions, hotels and many other types of organisations. We also partner with Facilities Management Companies and Letting Agents who fully trust us to provide a organised and managed service to their clients.

  • NIC EIC Approved Contractor
  • Low Competitive Prices
  • Trustmark Government Endorsed
  • Fully Insured
  • BACS Transfer Accepted
  • PDF Certificate Emailed upon Completion

Emergency Lighting

Emergency lighting can be the biggest difference between life and death to assist people to escape from a building, so it is essential that it is installed and maintained correctly.

With a crackdown on Emergency lighting taking place, it has never been more crucial for a HMO (private renting), commercial and industrial environments to guarantee they are obeying the law.

It must illuminate the escape route to a regulatory degree and light clearly any crucial fire apparatus en-route permitting a safe evacuation. NEES Install & test emergency lighting all over the North East.

  • Emergency Lighting North East
  • Installation of emergency lighting
  • Annual or monthly emergency lighting testing certificates
  • Discounted packages available
  • Emergency lighting logbooks
  • CEIC registered North East electrician
  • Fully Insured
  • Trustmark government endorsed
  • Local council approved

Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) Testing

Electrical Installation Condition Report

NEES specialise in EICRs for domestic & commercial premises. Throughout the years we have worked with many letting agents in & around the North East testing homes. We offer a speedy turnaround service as we know renting out can be incredibly stressful when trying to find the right tenant. For you to then find out you need an EICR to comply with regulations. Our electricians are NICEIC Approved so can sign off any electrical certificates required for rental or insurance purposes. It is important to always use a registered electrician when carrying out these important checks. It’s not just homeowners and letting agents we carry out EICRs for, we also help local businesses meet insurance requirements by making sure the property is in a safe working condition for the staff and general public. We offer discounted packages for landlords & estate agents with multiple properties. If the property has tenants and you don’t live local, then please don’t worry, we can arrange access with the tenant on your behalf & you can BACS payment upon completion of the works. This works really well for landlords who are not based local.

What next after the EICR
If an electrical installation condition report is satisfactory you will be given your document and no further action will be needed until your next report is due.

If the report recommends improvements to the installation, we will give you a no obligation quotation for the remedial works to be carried out. Upon completion a certificate is given to the client to say that the installation is now in a safe condition. All documents are PDF files that are emailed over so you always have a copy.

Distribution Boards

Throughout the North East of Scotland there are still many old fashioned fuse boards installed in homes. These don’t offer the same protection as the modern 18th edition consumer units. The newer style fuse boards incorporate RCD protection against electric shock which disconnect the supply in a few milliseconds. The removal of fuse wire is a welcome sight instead replaced with a breaker that can be reset manually in a couple of seconds. We offer various packages to our clients including SPD (Surge Protection Devices) which monitor inrush current from the energy grid and lightning strikes from damaging vulnerable appliances like iPad, fridges, TV, & boilers. These new fuse boards meet the latest fire regulations to increase the safety for you and your family.

Electrical Appliances

NEES provide a customer focused service when it comes to domestic electrical work. We have the experience & tools to carry out all types of domestic jobs. An experienced domestic electrician is well aware of all the electrical aspects of a property e.g.: installing, repairing, maintenance, rewiring , inspections & alarms. Finding a professional domestic electrician in the North East can be tricky but you should always use a registered electrician even for small jobs which if installed dangerously could lead to electrocution

Extractor Fans

Extractor fans help balance the moisture in the air by filtration and evacuation of air. Electric extractor fans can be controlled by remote control, temperature display and thermal sensors. We can install and replace all types of extractors fans from domestic to commercial to industrial premises.

Detector/Smoke installation and maintenance

Firefighters attended more than 7,500 fires in homes with battery-powered alarms in 2018, but 38% failed to alert residents of the danger.

Incorrect positioning caused 45% of the failures, while missing or faulty batteries caused 20%.

Smoke Alarms are an essential safety feature for all homes & businesses & should be professionally installed & maintained.

By law landlords are required to supply smoke alarms in all their rental properties or face prosecution & insurance liability. We work with letting agents, landlords, homeowners & HMOs (private renting)

An alarm certificate will be issued upon completion which will allow you to meet all regulations when renting out your property. Install, replace and maintenance of all smoke and heat detectors.

Electrical Isolations

Emergency lighting can be the crucial difference between life and death to assist people escape from a building, so it is essential that it is installed and maintained correctly.

With a crackdown on Emergency lighting taking place, it has never been more crucial for a HMO (private renting), commercial and industrial environments to guarantee they are obeying the law.

It must illuminate the escape route to a regulatory degree and light clearly any crucial fire apparatus en-route permitting a safe evacuation. NEES Install & test emergency lighting in the North East of Scotland

Large Projects/Multiple Property/Multiple Services

For our substantial base of commercial and domestic clients, we deliver a reliable, quick and flexible service that you can count on when you need it most.

We have earned a great reputation for carrying out full shop and office installations in numerous locations across the North East. We have successfully secured ongoing contracts for some of the household names so we can provide work to the same high standard for your business. If using a contractor for any electrical work, it is always recommended to use a NICEIC Approved Contractor to cover your insurance. If you need an electrician in the North East our team can help with the below services

Electrician Services for Large Projects/Multiple Property/Multiple Services

  • 3 Phase Installation
  • Commando Sockets
  • Shop Fit out
  • Tray & Trunking
  • Bespoke Lighting
  • PAT Testing
  • EICR
  • New Installs
  • Repairs
  • Maintenance contracts
  • Bulb replacements
  • Office Lighting
  • Shop Lighting
  • Security & CCTV

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