It's not only electrical services we provide but also audio visual, security alarms, cctv and access control.
Comedian Eddie Izzard has completed his amazing challenge in South Africa to run 27 marathons in 27 days for Sport Relief.
I'm running my first marathon in May and yesterday I completed my first ever half-marathon distance through the streets of Stirling.
I've got blisters where I didn't think I could get blisters and lets not talk about how I look while walking today so how Eddie has managed to do 27 marathons which included 2 today on his last day is just remarkable and and achievement that I dip my hat to.
Stirling Electrical Services and Stirling Alarms are pleased to sponsor the new shirts for Bannockburn Pool League team and we wish them well in their upcoming tournaments.
I was delighted and honoured to welcome Stirling MSP Bruce Crawford to our office in Fallin for our Stirling Alarms NSI Accreditation presentation.
We are proud to have passed our 2nd annual assessment as a member of the Which? Trusted Traders scheme.
Based on positive customer feedback and a rigorous assessment process we were accepted into Which? in March 2015 when we became the first electrical business in the Stirling, Falkirk and Alloa area to do so.
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My first ever Marathon in May edges closer and today training continued with a 6 mile trail run in Sauchie, Alloa at the Gartmorn 6.
During my 2013 Charity Challenge I first ran this race and today I'm pleased that my time of 46 minutes 54 seconds was nearly 5 minutes quicker than three years ago.
The marathon takes place in Edinburgh and I have a main fundraising page for the marathon supporting Cancer Research in which donations and support would be greatly appreciated.
A few weeks back I posted about a proposal to rename a historic street in Stirling to Queen Elizabeth Road ahead of the Queen's 90th birthday.
The proposal certainly got a debate going and was largely met with local opposition and just recently the proposal was rejected at a full Stirling Council meeting - see local newspaper story.
It was a momentous day for the security system division of Stirling Electrical Services on Thursday 10th March when I travelled south to Birmingham to receive on behalf of Stirling Alarms our NSI accreditation medal and certificate.
In February 2016 our new Stirling Alarms service was awarded approval in the Design, Installation and Maintenance of Electronic Security Systems including Access Control, CCTV Systems and Intruder Alarms by the National Security Inspectorate (NSI) who are the leading approvals and certification body that inspects UK companies providing home security, business security and fire safety services.
It was a proud moment for me and for all involved when we received our NSI medal and certificate from Chief Executive Richard Jenkins, in this our 20th year in business.
I took part in the 10K Resolution Run on Sunday in Edinburgh with a respectable time of 47mins 51 seconds.
The charity fundraising event is for the Stroke Association with a couple of hundred runners taking part in either the 5K or 10K races.
The Resolution Run series is a number of events held throughout the UK with the Edinburgh event taking place in the outskirts of the city at the scenic foreshore in Crammond.
In a few months I will take part in my first marathon which also takes place in Edinburgh. A donation was made to the Stroke Association charity with my main fundraising page for the marathon supporting Cancer Research in which donations and support would be greatly appreciated.
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