I am fully qualified to provide Inspection and Test Certificates, and
can provide portable equipment certification (PAT, Portable Appliance
Testing) to comply with British Standard BS7671:2008 17th Edition
(required by insurance companies).
Working in partnership with British Gas under the Local Hero Scheme.
As an approved domestic installer with the National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation (NICEIC) my customers can be confident that I'm providing them with a professional service. I have industry recognised qualifications; arrive on time in full signed vehicles and uniforms and offer an excellent level of service.
All installation work is provided with NICEIC certification on completion and complies with the latest 17th edition regulations and Britsh Standards. So, if your looking for a reliable electrician in London look no further than MS Electrical.
Part P Registered
Part P registered... means no expensive building notice fees!
Part P is a part of the Building Regulations 2000, statutory requirements for building work in England and Wales. Part P gives legally enforceable rules relating to electrical safety in dwellings, as well as legal requirements relating to structure and fire safety. As a registered electrician, my work complies with Part P.
For a fuller explanation of the above, please click on the Regulations and Terms and Conditions pages of my website.
The third Amendant to BS7671:2015 (IET Wiring Regulations Seventeenth Edition), which was published in January and comes into effect on 1
July, will include a new regulation requiring consumer units and similar
switchgear assemblies in domestic premises to have a non-combustible
New non-combustible enclosure requirement for consumer units
421.1.201 Within domestic (household) premises, consumer units and similar switchgear assemblies shall comply with BS EN 61439-3 and shall:
(i) have their enclosure manufactured from non-combustible material, or
(ii) be enclosed in a cabinet or enclosure constructed of non-combustible material and
complying with Regulation 132.12.
NOTE 1: Ferrous metal, e.g. steel, is deemed to be an example of a non-combustible material.
NOTE 2: The implementation date for this regulation is the 1st January 2016, but does not preclude compliance with the regulation prior to that date.
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