Electrical Installations

If you’re planning on having a new electrical installation at your property it’s essential to have the work done in accordance with current regulations. Don’t be tempted to cut corners and be left liable for accidents that occur from an electrical installation that isn’t safe.

We have a large team of electricians throughout London who are qualified to carry out all types of electrical installation work. Our NICEIC enrolment allows us to self-certify our electrical work so that it complies with UK Building Regulations.

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Our guarantee and accreditations

We’re fully trade accredited. Aspect is registered with NICEIC as an Approved Contractor and Domestic Installer. We’re registered with TrustMark for our electrical work, and we’re a member of the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA). In addition, the Aspect Guarantee covers our tradesmen’s workmanship for up to 12-months.

When you book an Aspect electrician you can count on getting the professional expertise you’re looking for.

No hidden extras

What you get from Aspect

  • Experienced & vetted tradesmen
  • 24-hour availability for all trades
  • Dedicated Service Support Manager
  • Aspect Guarantee on workmanship
  • Peace of mind from trade accreditation

Occasional extra costs

  • Parts and materials used
  • Collection of parts and materials

We won’t charge you for

  • Cost of parking
  • Fuel or travel time
  • Congestion Charge

Certification for electrical installations, additions and alterations

Industry guidelines require certification for new electrical installations. An electrical installation certificate (EIC) performs two important roles. Firstly, it acts as documented evidence the installation was carried out to the correct safety standard. Secondly, it’s an important record for future reference.

Being able to provide full details of an electrical installation can potentially save time and effort in the future. Having this information available helps avoid investigation time by an electrician.

Work is only categorised as an electrical installation if it involves adding a new installation. If an existing installation is changed or extended it’s categorised as an alteration. For example, simply moving the position of a socket or light switch. When a new circuit isn’t be provided a different certificate, the Minor Electrical Installation Works Certificate (MEIWC), covers the work.

All of the work done by our electricians is done in accordance with British Standard BS 7671: 2018 Requirements for Electrical Installations.

We occasionally get asked if we can issue an EIC for an installation that has been done by another company, which we can’t do. The electrician doing the work can only issue an electrical installation certificate. In a situation like this the best option we provide is to perform an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR). This will highlight problems with an existing electrical installation.

More details on EICRs

Account customers

We have a dedicated team of account handlers to support multi-site customers and commercial properties: Restaurants, Bars, Offices, Retail, Landlords, Letting Agencies, Hotels, Schools, Embassies, Care Homes and more