Qualified electrician Hereford | NICEIC approved Contractor
AMP Services ltd is an electrical contracting and property maintenance company in Hereford , approved by the National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting (NICEIC).
Our engineers fully qualified, experienced and competent, have excellent communication skills and the right tools to provide quality service to our clients.
AMP Services ltd | Qualified electrician Hereford | NICEIC registered competent person | 01432 507 270
The wiring behind your walls is a complex lifeline and one which should only ever be tackled by a registered and fully qualified electrician.
Electrical work is amongst the most dangerous jobs to undertake in the home. By hiring someone who isn’t up to the job, the results can be catastrophic.
That’s why we’ve created the ultimate guide to choosing an electrician. See below for everything you need to know!
When you are planning electrical work in your home, check whether it comes under the requirements of the Building Regulations for your area. If it does, you should use an electrician registered with a government-approved scheme who will take care of everything on your behalf and notify your local authority before the work is started.
The Building Regulations in England & Wales are different to those in Scotland. There are no Building Regulations for domestic electrical work in Northern Ireland, although we still recommend that you use a registered electrician.
Why should you choose a registered electrician?
A properly installed and well-maintained installation can significantly reduce the possibility of accident or injury. So, it is important that any electrical installation work is carried out by people who have the knowledge, skills and experience needed to avoid the dangers that electricity can create.
Not convinced? See below for more great reasons to always choose a registered electrician!
-They’re regulated by the UK and Scottish Governments, as appropriate
-They work to the BS7671 safety standard
-Their work is regularly assessed
-They’re insured, so you’re protected
-It’s a legal requirement for certain electrical work.