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NICEIC registered, fully insured and time-served with over 12 years of experience in both the commercial and domestic sector. At HighBright we offer a wide range of electrical services from design & installation to fault finding & remedial. We strive to be as energy efficient as possible, while carrying out work to the highest standard. We take immense pride in our projects, however big or small.

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What do you love most about your job?

End project result - satisfaction. Finding solutions to technical problems and decorative LED lighting.

What inspired you to start your own business?

Being able to provide a first class service and not having to work for a company with a quantity over quality approach.

Why should our clients choose you?

12+ years of experience myself. Qualified via a time served apprenticeship, no fast track course. Confident in all aspects of electrical work from industrial to domestic. Mostly commercial premises and high end residential. Efficient at fault finding and providing solutions to problems. Mostly in a team of 2, all labour fully qualified, time served and experienced. We do not cut corners and we treat your home or place of business like our own. We are a friendly and efficient family run business.

Can you provide your services online or remotely? If so, please add details.

Able to provide basic fault finding instructions over the phone if your RCD is tripping. Also able to tell you if your consumer requires updating via photo. Can assist in electrical design and ideas pre project too.

What changes have you made to keep your customers safe from Covid-19?

We sanitise and wash our hands frequently, wear face masks and gloves where we can and carry disinfectant wipes with us. We also open windows in work areas where possible.

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Whilst it’s legal to complete small electrical works yourself, you’ll need to be certain that it complies with BS7671. If the work doesn’t meet this standard, you are breaking the law as well as putting your home at risk. If you decide to sell your home, you will be asked to provide certificates for any electrical work that has been done. You may be asked to pay for an inspection if you have done electrical work yourself.

The cost of hiring an electrician will depend on the type of work that needs doing and your location. The average hourly cost of hiring an electrician is £40 - £70 per hour. You’ll also find that electricians will charge more for emergency call outs compared to planned works. The best way to find out the cost of hiring an electrician is to request a quote from a professional.

If your fuse board has a wooden backing or cast-iron switches, this is a good sign that it is old and needs to be replaced. These fuse boxes typically don’t have RCDs – that’s a residual current device. An RCD will switch off your electricity automatically if a fuse blows, helping to prevent electric shocks. If you’re unsure whether your fuse board needs to be upgraded, it’s always best to contact an electrician to arrange an inspection.

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