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Electricco Ltd

‘21 Certificate of Excellence

Electricco was established in 2019 but have 18+ years experience in the electrical industry, ranging from domestic to industrial and everything in between. Every job is tackled with courtesy, friendliness, professionalism and acute attention to detail. No job too big or small. All works are installed to the highest standard and are certified (where necessary) and guaranteed. Fully insured for all sectors including domestic. Quotes and professional advice are always free at electricCo. Electricco is a member of NAPIT and registered with the governments Trustmark scheme. Chris Owens is a time-served and highly experienced electrician, ECS registered electrician, JIB graded approved electrician and also holds an HNC in mechanical engineering.

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What do you love most about your job?

I love the interaction with the new people I meet and find it quite exciting to solve a problem or install a nice job for them. I always go above and beyond for my customers, and who doesn't like a little praise for a job well done?

What inspired you to start your own business?

I've wanted to start on my own for many years, to be my own boss rather than working for a thankless company. I wanted to make a change to how the industry is perceived; rather than a company sending an engineer to get the job done asap and with little regard to customer satisfaction, I always wanted to bring a warm yet professional feel to how business is done. I will never rush a job just to move onto the next. The way I see it, is that if I'm calm and spend the time getting it right then the customer would be more likely to be at ease and will be happier with the job and would be more inclined to ask me back again, and so far this ethos hasn't let me down, much of my work is repeat business or recommendation.

Why should our clients choose you?

ElectricCo has proven over its first year of trading that the interactions between client and professional needn't be a hassle or stressful. I treat all of my customers respectfully whilst delivering a world class service (Just read my reviews!). Communication is critical in my opinion, I always respond quickly to queries, keep the customer up to speed with the work progress and will always advise whats best. Advice is always free at electricCo.
Ambiguity in pricing is not an option for me. I will offer you a fair price with no hidden costs or uncertainty, the price you see is the price you pay, but only once you're 100% satisfied.

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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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The average rating for Bark Electricians in Sunderland is 4.83, based on 324 reviews.

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