I cannot praise the electrician who did the work highly enough. He was exceptionally helpful, informative and polite.
He worked continuously and unobtrusively and wouldn't even accept offers of refreshment.
A credit to your company and to himself. Thank you for outstanding service.
We received the below feedback from a customer over the weekend which once again highlights the goal we try and set out to achieve on all our jobs:-
I was looking back at some photos of our vans throughout the years and posted them on our Facebook page - there are more photos on computer archives I will need to look for.
Our initial apprenticeship training is then supplemented by working out in the field and gaining hands on experience which broadens our skills.
Unlike some trades though electricians have to continue training throughout their careers to not only learn new skills but also to keep up to date with latest regulations and health and safety matters. So the next time you employ an electrician into your business or home a good starting point would be to ask them what training courses they have been on within the last 5 years and ask to see their SJIB Grade card which requires to be updated regularly and also states their training qualifications.
Stirling Electrical Services electricians regularly attend training courses for the services we undertake and over the coming weeks all our electricians will be attending courses for asbestos awareness, electrical appliance testing, powered mechanical lifting equipment and importably an update course for our BS7671 electrical regulations which have an amendment update published this year.
Good electricians and electrical companies should be regularly attending courses such as the ones above and the reason we do this is to make sure that the work we undertake for you our customers is carried out technically correct and also that it is carried out safely.
Electrical Fixed Wiring Testing (EICR) and PAT Testing
LATEST SCOTLAND LEGISLATION NEWS - Electrical Fixed Wiring Testing (EICR) and PAT Testing will become mandatory for Private Rented Properties in Scotland from 1st December 2015.
Main Legislation Points:-
View our Electrical Fixed Wiring Testing (EICR) page for details of the testing procedure.
Recent legislation has also been introduced for an increase in Smoke and Heat Alarms in Private Rented Properties - details can be found on our Landlords page.
New legislation comes into effect from 1 December 2015 making it mandatory to carry out electrical safety inspections on privately rented properties at least every five years - The testing required will be an Electrical Installation Condition Report and PAT Testing.
The new legislation is designed to reduce the number of domestic fires caused by electrical faults. The official guidance surrounding the ruling and what it means for landlords in Scotland was officially launched on 19th February 2015 by Housing and Welfare Minister Margaret Burgess.
We will have a full blog post on Monday regarding this new legislation.
Contact us in the meantime for more information.
We are coming to the end of two fire alarm installations in commercial buildings in Paisley. Using the latest two wire cable technology our electricians can install these systems with less disruption to properties than if using the old conventional cable method.
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