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Electrical guidance for specifiers

Specifiers are highly likely to recommend electricians to clients both within the domestic and commercial sectors. Specifiers range from architects to facilities managers and school head teachers.


It is important to understand that as a specifier you should have up-to-date information and advice with regards electrical safety and every saving tips. This will allow you to make those critical decisions. It is important that you are aware of the legal and best practice guidance that competent electricians should adopt.


Elecsa and the NICEIC have created multiple short guide which are intended to help specifiers with useful and up-to-date advice on electrical safety and energy saving tips in domestic and commercial buildings. Simply click on your area to view and download the guide.

ARCHITECTS

Electrical safety guidance for designing domestic and commercial buildings

CONVEYANCING

Guidance for conveyancing solicitors on recommending electricians to your clients for potential defects, repairs or maintenance required on domestic properties.

ESTATE AGENTS

Guidance on recommending electricians to your clients

FACILITIES

Advice and guidance for facilities managers

GOVERNMENT AND PUBLIC BODIES

Guidance and advice for public sector departments, body or agencies appointing electrical contractors to undertake work on the buildings within their estate.

HOUSING ASSOCIATIONS

Electrician guidance to recommend electricians to carry out work on your housing stock.

LANDLORDS

Guidance on appointing electrical contractors to carry out work on your rented properties.

LETTING AGENTS

Guidance on recommending electricians to landlords or tenants.

LOCAL AUTHORITIES

Advice on electrical safety and energy saving for electricians undertaking work on your housing stock or civic buildings.

NHS TRUSTS

Electrical guidance for NHS Trust or Primary Care Trusts wishing to appoint electrical contractors to carry out work on owned buildings.

PROPERTY SURVEYORS

Guidance on electrical matters for property surveyors or valuer's of domestic dwellings.

SCHOOLS

Advice and guidance for head teachers or school site managers likely to appoint electrical contractors to carry out work within a school building.

SMALL BUSINESS

Guidance for small businesses that own or rent commercial premises looking to appoint an electrical contractor.

UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES

Information for university or college site managers looking to appoint electrical contractors.

Notes:

Information correct at time of writing the article. Up to date versions can be found on either the ELECSA or NICEIC websites.

ELECSA and NICEIC registered contractors are:

  • Regularly assessed (this includes insurances and quality of electrical installation work),

  • Safe and compliant with regulations (in particular BS7671)

  • Covered by the CertSure Platinum Promise

  • Formal complaints procedure

Durham Electrics are a registered contractor with ECA / ELECSA. This means that we have undertaken an official assessment with an auditor to confirm that our work and practices meet the high quality standard and legislative requirements.

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