Part P in Surrey
Customer in CoulsdonMay 2014
Ceiling down lighters and additional wall sockets.
“First class job completed by friendly skilled electricians. Will definitely use again.”
According to statistics, a staggering 51, 000 electrical fires are provoked in homes each year, causing 1,400 injuries and an outrageous 500 deaths. Even worse, it has been reported that electrical receptacles are involved in 5, 300 fires each year – killing numerous amounts of people, and causing over one hundred consumer injuries. As a result, all electrical work executed within homes across the UK must meet the requirements of Part P, stated by law. At Pro Electrical, all our experts are Part P certified. Failure to use a qualified electrician within your home or business not only risks large penalties, but also danger to your family, employees or customers.
Electricity is used daily. At times, it is used without even thinking. Air conditioning, water heating, refrigerating… more than likely, every task executed at home requires electricity. Worryingly, statistics from the government demonstrate that over two million homes in the UK are in need of electrical repair. Having more electrical appliances in your home risks more electrical accidents – a risk that is perhaps heightened in most homes in the UK. Compliance with Part P is intended to maintain the safety in your home or business.
Using our experts, you can expect to have a safe electrical installation or maintenance service. Our Part P certified specialists provides work that meets the UK national standard, BS 7671. Any work executed by our electrical engineers is submitted to building control for a Part P certification. Our clients then receive a certificate from building control, acknowledging that the electrical work has been completed and submitted, confirming that all work meets BS 76171.
To comply with the law, and to ensure the safety of your family or employees in your home or business, use our trustworthy professionals at Pro Electrical. Stop these rising statistics and save lives by calling our team today, at 0800 644 6394.