Qualified Electrical Installers

All new electrical installation work must comply with modern safety standards. Cutting corners can leave your property vulnerable, and this could see you liable if faulty wiring leads to an accident. Qualified electrical installers have the skills and knowledge to put safety first while following current wiring regulations – protecting homeowners, employees and tenants alike.

We have a large team of electricians across London and the surrounding areas who are qualified to carry out a wide range of electrical services. All workmanship strictly complies with BS7671 – The British Standard Requirements for Electrical Installations.

Electrical Installation Certificates

Electrical Installation Certificates (EICs) show compliance with Part P of the Building Regulations. You receive them for ‘notifiable’ work, such as adding a new circuit, upgrading a consumer unit, or making changes to a ‘special location’ (e.g. a bathroom, wet room, sauna, or swimming pool). Copies will also be filed with the local authority and NICEIC.

EICs are important because they show that your installations comply with regulations, and you may have trouble selling your house without them. All work from our electrical installers is signed off by one of our electrical managers. They handle the notification process on your behalf.

No hidden extras

What you get from Aspect

  • Experienced & vetted tradespeople
  • 24 hour availability for all trades
  • Dedicated technical support team
  • 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
  • ULEZ charge

Customer reviews

  • Excellent service. A complicated electrical job which made a number of improvements to the look of the flat.

    Andrew, Pimlico, SW1V

  • From start to finish, I've been very happy with Aspect. The electrician was very polite, clearly didn't dawdle, and was very good at his craft. I will definitely use Aspect again for any maintenance work.

    Tom, Barnes, SW13

  • Many thanks to Trevor, your electrician, for an excellent job and his professional approach. Really appreciate his time and the great care he took!

    Larisa, Walworth, SE17

What is NICEIC registration?

Being a registered Domestic Installer, we provide peace of mind through safe electrical installations. It allows us to notify work to Part P of the Building Regulations, and means that our electrical installers are highly competent. We achieve NICEIC registration by focusing on quality workmanship, coming fully insured, and maintaining accurate records. We also have qualified electrical managers.

To gain registration with NICEIC, a company needs to show compliance with the IET Wiring Regulations, and the Rules of Registration of Domestic Installers. The process checks for competent installation work, and ensures the same care is given to electrical testing and inspections.

NICEIC is the leading regulator of electrical work in the UK. Endorsed by the government, it helps maintain standards within the electrical industry. With a NICEIC-registered company like Aspect, you receive a service you can trust.

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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 of electrical work. We're also members of the Building Engineering Services Association (BESA). In addition, the Aspect Guarantee covers all workmanship for up to 12 months.

When you book with Aspect, you can expect professional expertise and the supply of the right certificates from qualified electrical installers.

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.

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