Mr Smith of Uffington, Faringdon, Oxfordshire.
“Your electrician was very friendly, helpful and thorough and I would recommend you and use again in the future.”
Electrical Work Carried Out:
Electrical Installation Condition Report after house fire.
Brendan Kay, Managing Director Martin & Co Cirencester.
“We’ve been working with Prestige Services for several months now and they’ve been a revelation. Extremely professional, very friendly and super-efficient – we’re really pleased with the excellent level of service provided to the Landlords and tenants at Martin & Co, Cirencester.
All areas of Electrical Work carried out from general electrical work to replacement Fuseboard/Consumer Units.
Mr S Smith of Martin & Co
“In the few months that I have been working with Prestige Services, I have found their service top class. Leisa’s customer service is second to none, she is a friendly person and always keeps me informed. Even with small jobs nothing is too much work for them. They always give me a full breakdown of work carried out with photo evidence where required. I would not hesitate to recommend their services to anyone. I look forward to working with Alex and Leisa in 2015 and may our successful business relationship continue.”
All types of Electrical work carried out.
Mr Suner of Shrivenham, Oxfordshire
“Just wanted to thank you both for your help and professional advice during my recent electric problems at home. From my first call to you on a Sunday where you offered “over the phone” advice to try and prevent a Sunday call out charge, to the knowledge and professionalism of Alex in identifying and fixing the problem in a timely, safe and cost-effective way, I was highly impressed with all aspects of your service and work. I’d highly recommend Prestige Electrical Services to anyone looking for Professional work of high quality and safety from a local family run business that really cares for its customers.”
Electrical work carried out:
1st job – Emergency Electrical Call Out
2nd job – General Electrical Work
3rd job – General Electrical Work
Mrs R Colman of Didcot, Oxfordshire.
“Excellent service and charged exactly what was quoted, despite the job taking longer than anticipated. An honest and friendly family firm – What more can you ask for!”
Electrical Work Carried Out – Supply & Installation of Alarm System.
Mr Francis of Witney, Oxfordshire.
“The service received was all that I had hoped for.”
Electrical Work carried out – General Electrical Work.
Mr M Tebbitt of Charlbury, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire.
“Well impressed with very fast friendly service. Engineer was friendly and did a great job at short notice. Will use you again and recommend your services to anyone.”
Electrical Work carried out – General Electrical Work.
Kempsford Village Hall Committee for Kempsford Village Hall, Kempsford, Fairford, Gloucestershire.
“I am writing on behalf of the Village Hall Committee, to say thank you very much for the work you have done for us recently. We very much appreciate the support and advice you have given us.”
Electrical work carried out – PAT Testing & General Electrical work.
Great Britain has a reasonably good record of electrical safety but the most recent figures available from the Electrical Safety Councils “how safe is your home” booklet reports that annually around 70 people die and 350,000 people are injured due to electrical accidents at home. As I am sure you will agree those figures are dreadful and 1 person being hurt or dying from an electrical accident at home is 1 too many.
Old fuse boards that do not meet the current 17th edition IEE wiring regulations can become dangerous depending on the load placed upon them. Every electrical installation deteriorates with age and use. It is essential for the safety of yourself and your property that an electrical safety checks take place if you have not had one in the last 10 years. Unfortunately it is not the case with the electrics that “if it’s not broke don’t fix it” it is very important that you stay of aware of your electrical installation and if in doubt “ask” we are more than happy to answer any questions you may have or provide electrical advice.
The new consumer units which meet the current 17th Edition wiring regulations have dual RCD (Residual Current Breakers) to split the load and ensure that if one RCD trips then there is still some power to each floor of the property and gives protection against electric shocks.
Look at our checklist to see if you may need a new Consumer Unit (Fuse board):
1. Has your wiring been checked in the last 10 years by a qualified electrician?
2. Does your fuseboard have replaceable fuse wire?
3. Do your fuses blow regularly?
4. Do you have lights that use twisted old type flex?
5. Do your sockets or plugs get hot or have burn marks?
6. Do you need to use extension leads?
7. Do you have flex that is rubber covered?
8. Do you use electrical equipment outside?
9. Are you at all concerned about your electrical installation?
Below are a couple of examples of replacement consumer units in the last couple of weeks, does your fuseboard /consumer unit look anything like these?
Electrics do make people wary as electrical installations are not something that many people know much about or a qualified in. Our professional advice to you would be do not carry out any electrical work in your home without professional help or advice. It really is better to be safe than sorry.
If do require any help, advice or an assessment of your electrical installation please do give Leisa a call on 0800 228 9574 or email email@example.com< we are here to help you.