At Approved Electrical Manchester Ltd, our skilled team provide an array of domestic and commercial electrical services for clients throughout Tameside and Greater Manchester. Our extensive portfolio of services includes:
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As an independent company, we’re not bound to a specific brand or supplier. This enables us to correctly match the alarm system to your property type, location as well as risk level from a wide choice of suppliers. Working closely with our customers, we make recommendations that are personalised using your exact requirements.
The cost of a CCTV system for your home or business has dropped dramatically over the last decade or so. Without the monthly fees associated with monitored alarm systems, today you can have a relatively cheap CCTV system installation in Tameside which is every bit as effective a deterrent.
Our vast experience in completing commercial electrical works on time and on budget has helped us to cultivate an excellent reputation for both proficiency and reliability throughout Greater Manchester. From shops and retail outlets to offices, restaurants and schools, our dedicated friendly workforce deliver commercial electrical services in a safe, timely and cost effective manner. Our electricians are professional, highly skilled NAPIT approved Contractors with extensive expertise in coordinating and completing large scale electrical projects.
Our full range of services, provided by our NAPIT accredited electricians and electrical contractors, includes:
Periodic electrical inspections and reports
Earthing, bonding and wiring to IEE regulations
Annual tests and NAPIT certifications
Regulatory and legislative compliance
Presence of notices and identification documents
If a property hasn’t been rewired in the last 15 years or so, there’s a chance that the majority of the current wiring will need upgrading in order to comply with current standards.
If you’re considering significant refurbishments that constitute a material alteration as defined in Part 2 of The Building Regulations 2010, there’s a strong possibility of needing a replacement consumer unit (fuse box) along with substantial, if not full, rewiring.