Our Services

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  • Test, Inspection
    & Certification

    Test, Inspection & Certification

    All electrical installations deteriorate with age and use. They should therefore be inspected and tested at appropriate intervals to check whether they are in a satisfactory condition for continued service. Such safety checks are commonly referred to as 'periodic inspection and testing'.

    A periodic inspection will:

    • Reveal if any of your electrical circuits or equipment are overloaded.
    • Find any potential electric shock risks and fire hazards.
    • Identify any defective electrical work.
    • Highlight any lack of earthing or bonding.

    Tests are also carried out on wiring and fixed electrical equipment to check that they are safe. A schedule of circuits is also provided, which is invaluable for a property.

    How often is a periodic inspection required?

    Your electrics should be inspected and tested every:

    • 10 years for an owner-occupied home.
    • 5 years for a rented home.
    • 3 years for a caravan
    • 1 year for a swimming pool.

    The inspection takes into account all the relevant circumstances and checks on:

    • The adequacy of earthing and bonding.
    • The suitability of the switchgear and control gear. For example, an old fusebox with a wooden back, cast-iron switches, or a mixture of both will need replacing.
    • The serviceability of switches, sockets and lighting fittings. Items that may need replacing include: older round-pin sockets, round light switches, cables with fabric coating hanging from ceiling roses to light fittings, black switches and sockets mounted in skirting boards.
    • The type of wiring system and its condition. For example, cables coated in black rubber were phased out in the 1960s. Likewise cables coated in lead or fabric are even older and may well need replacing (modern cables use longer-lasting PVC insulation).
    • Sockets that may be used to supply portable electrical equipment for use outdoors, making sure they are protected by a suitable residual current device (RCD).
    • The presence of adequate identification and notices.
    • The extent of any wear and tear, damage or other deterioration.
    • Any changes in the use of the premises that have led to, or may lead to, unsafe conditions. The competent person will then issue an Electrical Installation Condition Report detailing any observed damage, deterioration, defects, dangerous conditions and any non-compliances with the present-day safety standard that might give rise to danger.

    If any dangerous or potentially dangerous condition or conditions are found, the overall condition of the electrical installation will be declared to be 'unsatisfactory', meaning that remedial action is required without delay to remove the risks to those in the premises.

    What next?

    Call 01692 670 104 or email Broads Electrical, for a free site survey and free no obligation quotation, or if you have questions you would like answered.

    All our work is installed by qualified engineers and is guaranteed.

  • Landlord Certification

    Landlord Certification

    Before renting a building or house out to a member of the public it is advisable to establish the condition of your electrical installation. The reasons behind this are twofold.

    1. Protect your tenant from faulty or dangerous electrics
    2. Protect yourself in the event of anything going wrong.

    It is not yet a legal requirement to have these checks done, but, in the event of something ‘going wrong’ and your tenant taking you to court, the courts would want to establish that ‘you’ the Landlord had taken reasonable responsibility to make sure the installation was safe. The only real way of doing this, would be to produce a certificate.

    What next?

    Call 01692 670 104 or email Broads Electrical, for a free site survey and free no obligation quotation, or if you have questions you would like answered.

    All our work is installed by qualified engineers and is guaranteed.

  • Portable Appliance Testing (PAT)

    Portable Appliance Testing (PAT)

    Pat testing or portable appliance testing is an important part of any health & safety policy.

    The Health & Safety Executive states that 25% of all reportable electrical accidents involve portable appliances. The Electricity at Work Regulations place a legal responsibility on employers, employees and self-employed persons to comply with the provisions of the regulations and take reasonably practicable steps to ensure that no danger results from the use of such equipment. This in effect requires the implementation of a systematic and regular program of maintenance, inspection and testing. The Health & Safety at Work Act (1974) places such an obligation in the following circumstances:

    1. Where appliances are used by employees.
    2. Where the public may use appliances in establishments such as hospitals, schools, hotels, shops, holiday homes etc.
    3. Where appliances are supplied or hired.
    4. Where appliances are repaired or serviced.

    The level of inspection and testing required is dependent upon the risk of the appliance becoming faulty, which is in turn dependent upon the type of appliance, the nature of its use and the environment in which it is used.

    What next?

    Call 01692 670 104 or email Broads Electrical, for a free site survey and free no obligation quotation, or if you have questions you would like answered.

    All our work is installed by qualified engineers and is guaranteed.

    Showers & Water heaters

    We all know that water and electricity does not produce a good combination, and yet this is exactly what we have in every electric shower and electric water heater, be it a small over sink unit or a 500litre pressurised tank with immersion heaters.

    We can safely install all types of water heaters and can even carry out small plumbing alterations where necessary.

    What next?

    Call 01692 670 104 or email Broads Electrical, for a free site survey and free no obligation quotation, or if you have questions you would like answered.

    All our work is installed by qualified engineers and is guaranteed.

  • Showers & Water heaters

    Showers & Water heaters

    We all know that water and electricity does not produce a good combination, and yet this is exactly what we have in every electric shower and electric water heater, be it a small over sink unit or a 500litre pressurised tank with immersion heaters.

    We can safely install all types of water heaters and can even carry out small plumbing alterations where necessary.

    What next?

    Call 01692 670 104 or email Broads Electrical, for a free site survey and free no obligation quotation, or if you have questions you would like answered.

    All our work is installed by qualified engineers and is guaranteed.

  • Heating solutions

    Heating solutions

    Space Heating.

    We can provide a solution to heat your house, shop or office. With various technologies available including Storage heaters, Panel heaters, Under floor heating & electrically heated wet systems, there are a lot of options to consider. We are able to offer an unbiased recommendation, and then supply and install the chosen equipment.

    Storage Heaters

    Storage heaters may be considered as an old fashioned technology and do come with their drawbacks, but for many people they are a realistic option. Technologies have improved meaning that today’s heaters are more efficient and aesthetically pleasing.

    Panel Heaters

    This area of heating has leapt forward over the last few years. They used to be small, expensive to run and smelly…. No more. Today’s heaters are very efficient to run, look great and are as controllable as the most complex central heating system.

    Underfloor Heating

    Underfloor heating has been proven to provide the most economical way of heating a room.

    In many new build projects the technology is being installed as standard. It frees up wall space as no radiators are required, and provides a feeling of luxury. No more cold tiled floors!

    Electric Boilers

    Electric boilers are a great option for where gas or oil is not an option. They don’t require regular servicing, they don’t need to be mounted on an external wall. They are almost silent in operation and extremely efficient.

    What next?

    Call 01692 670 104 or email Broads Electrical, for a free site survey and free no obligation quotation, or if you have questions you would like answered.

    All our work is installed by qualified engineers and is guaranteed.

  • Rewires, Extensions & New build

    Rewires, Extensions & New build

    Whether you are having a small extension, or building an executive house, building a small shop or converting a barn, we have the experience to help.

    We are happy to work with you on the electrical design, pointing out the various regulations and make recommendations regarding energy efficiency. We can then install the installation and as we are registered with NAPIT sign off the installation.

    We are also experienced in rewires. We understand what upheaval a job like this can mean, and so we work with you as much as possible. We will always aim to keep the job flowing as smoothly as possible, keeping power on for as long as possible, and mess to a minimum. We can also ‘make good’ plaster work, so keeping other trades to a minimum.

    We have worked in a number of areas, including offices, shops, nursing / care homes, residential homes, workshops & garages.

    What next?

    Call 01692 670 104 or email Broads Electrical, for a free site survey and free no obligation quotation, or if you have questions you would like answered.

    All our work is installed by qualified engineers and is guaranteed.

  • Fault finding & Call out service

    Fault finding & Call out service

    We are experienced in Electrical fault finding in both Domestic and commercial areas. This can be a relatively simple process, and we will always try and help over the phone, before arranging to visit your site. This is a free service.

    If it becomes obvious that we will not be able to sort the problem over the phone we will arrange to come out to your site asap.

    We offer an emergency call out service within 15miles of our office in Potter Heigham, and aim to be at all other sites within 48hours. We do however prioritise high dependency and high risk situations i.e. elderly, hospitals, care homes etc.

    What next?

    Call 01692 670 104 or email Broads Electrical, for a free site survey and free no obligation quotation, or if you have questions you would like answered.

    All our work is installed by qualified engineers and is guaranteed.

  • LED Lighting

    LED Lighting

    LED Lights are the future of lighting. The idea of heating a filament lamp so hot that it produces light is crazy when you consider the alternatives. One day we may look back and be shocked we ever used such methods to light our homes.

    LED lighting technology has progressed rapidly in recent years becoming an essential part of today’s lighting designs. A Light Emitting Diode (LED) is a semiconductor that emits light when an electric current is passed through it. This technology has been around for years, but only recently it has become a viable solution for providing functional light for domestic, commercial & agricultural applications

    The advantages of using LED Lights

    1. High efficiency: In standard light bulbs only around 10% of the electric current is used for the generation of light, The other 90% of the energy is wasted as heat. LED lights are able to utilize 80 to 90% of the energy provided in the generation of light. There is very little production of heat.
    2. Reduced electricity bills: LEDs are super-efficient. A standard halogen down light will use 50 watts. An LED equivalent will use 6 watts. As an example, Running 10 halogen down lights on average 4 hours per night for a year would cost you approximately £102.20. Replacing these fittings with 6w LEDs would reduce this cost to £12.20. We estimate you recoup your initial outlay within 4-5 years and this does not take into consideration the extra savings from replacement lamps.
    3. Reduced maintenance cost: LED Lights have a lifespan of about 50,000 hours which is remarkable when you consider that incandescent bulbs have a lifespan of only 1000 hours. Even fluorescent light bulbs can only last for 15,000 hours. In other words, LED lights should last for a period of at least 10 years. So, once you install them you won’t have to worry about replacing the bulbs for a long, long time.
    4. Environmental benefits: Savings on electric bills is not the only benefit of the high efficiency LED lights. By reducing your energy usage you can reduce your carbon footprint.
    5. Variety of styles & colours: LED lights have been designed to replace most of the common fittings used today, ranging from Fluorescent fittings to down lights, Floodlights to amenity lights, and almost everything between. LED lights also come in a range of colours from warm white (most commonly used in domestic properties), Cool white, blue, yellow, orange, amber and red, or colour changing. They can used them for functional purposes or for decoration.

    What next?

    Call 01692 670 104 or email Broads Electrical, for a free site survey and free no obligation quotation, or if you have questions you would like answered.

    All our work is installed by qualified engineers and is guaranteed.

  • Data Networks

    Data Networks

    Data Networks are used to send electronic data from one place to another to allow the sharing of information, this can be in the form of data (internet) Voice, Video or Music.

    A few years ago a single wireless access point or a couple of wired ports might have been adequate, but with today’s high usage, hi bandwidth applications, these systems are failing to keep up, resulting in frustration.

    The answer is to install multiple wired ports.

    In a house this may be from a central location to behind Smart TVs to a study and maybe a few other strategically placed locations.

    In an office, it would probably mean running from a central server to multiple points behind each computer & printer.

    Wireless access point can of course be installed to serve all the wireless devices used today.

    Cat 6 Cabling

    With more applications being used on networking systems, including video streaming, users often require higher bandwidth. CAT 6 cabling gives you exactly that. While CAT 6 is mainly used by businesses, it is also becoming a popular choice in the home market. This is mainly due to the growth in home media streaming. It is also suitable for gaming because of its faster bandwidth.

    Cat 6 has a higher transmission performance, and there is less room for corrupting or losing data, which is good news for any business. CAT 6 supports speeds of up to 10 Gigabits and 250 Mhz

    What next?

    Call 01692 670 104 or email Broads Electrical, for a free site survey and free no obligation quotation, or if you have questions you would like answered.

    All our work is installed by qualified engineers and is guaranteed.

  • Consumer Unit changes

    Consumer Unit changes

    People often ask me in should they have an electrical consumer unit change / fuse box change to the latest standard. My answer is always ‘YES’.

    Whilst there is no legal requirement for a consumer unit change / fuse box upgrade to current standards, it is the heart of electrical protection in your home. This is for both fire risk and electric shock. The latest standards are there for a reason. To ensure you are given the maximum protection available.

    The next question is what does it involve and in particular how much does a consumer unit change / fuse box change cost. This is much more difficult to answer. It can start from around £300 for an installation with no electrical problems but could result in needing extensive work carried out on your property

    Let me explain a little further.

    With an electrical consumer unit change, the new unit has to meet the latest regulations. These regulations do not require the existing circuits to be upgraded before they can be re-connected to the new unit, providing they are both suitable and safe. Regulations do require though that if they are defective in a dangerous way they cannot be connected until corrected.

    Before carrying out any work, an extensive inspection and a series of tests need to be carried out on the existing circuits to ensure they are suitable and safe to connect to the new consumer unit & that all required earth bonding is present.

    We would normally carry out a full electrical inspection (EICR) to identify any problems and obtain an indication of costs required to rectify before starting any other works.

    What next?

    Call 01692 670 104 or email Broads Electrical, for a free site survey and free no obligation quotation, or if you have questions you would like answered.

    All our work is installed by qualified engineers and is guaranteed.

Test, Inspection & Certification

All electrical installations deteriorate with age and use. They should therefore be inspected and tested at appropriate intervals to check whether they are in a satisfactory condition for continued service. Such safety checks are commonly referred to as 'periodic inspection and testing'.

A periodic inspection will:

  • Reveal if any of your electrical circuits or equipment are overloaded.
  • Find any potential electric shock risks and fire hazards.
  • Identify any defective electrical work.
  • Highlight any lack of earthing or bonding.

Tests are also carried out on wiring and fixed electrical equipment to check that they are safe. A schedule of circuits is also provided, which is invaluable for a property.

How often is a periodic inspection required?

Your electrics should be inspected and tested every:

  • 10 years for an owner-occupied home.
  • 5 years for a rented home.
  • 3 years for a caravan
  • 1 year for a swimming pool.

The inspection takes into account all the relevant circumstances and checks on:

  • The adequacy of earthing and bonding.
  • The suitability of the switchgear and control gear. For example, an old fusebox with a wooden back, cast-iron switches, or a mixture of both will need replacing.
  • The serviceability of switches, sockets and lighting fittings. Items that may need replacing include: older round-pin sockets, round light switches, cables with fabric coating hanging from ceiling roses to light fittings, black switches and sockets mounted in skirting boards.
  • The type of wiring system and its condition. For example, cables coated in black rubber were phased out in the 1960s. Likewise cables coated in lead or fabric are even older and may well need replacing (modern cables use longer-lasting PVC insulation).
  • Sockets that may be used to supply portable electrical equipment for use outdoors, making sure they are protected by a suitable residual current device (RCD).
  • The presence of adequate identification and notices.
  • The extent of any wear and tear, damage or other deterioration.
  • Any changes in the use of the premises that have led to, or may lead to, unsafe conditions. The competent person will then issue an Electrical Installation Condition Report detailing any observed damage, deterioration, defects, dangerous conditions and any non-compliances with the present-day safety standard that might give rise to danger.

If any dangerous or potentially dangerous condition or conditions are found, the overall condition of the electrical installation will be declared to be 'unsatisfactory', meaning that remedial action is required without delay to remove the risks to those in the premises.

What next?

Call 01692 670 104 or email Broads Electrical, for a free site survey and free no obligation quotation, or if you have questions you would like answered.

All our work is installed by qualified engineers and is guaranteed.

Landlord Certification

Before renting a building or house out to a member of the public it is advisable to establish the condition of your electrical installation. The reasons behind this are twofold.

  1. Protect your tenant from faulty or dangerous electrics
  2. Protect yourself in the event of anything going wrong.

It is not yet a legal requirement to have these checks done, but, in the event of something ‘going wrong’ and your tenant taking you to court, the courts would want to establish that ‘you’ the Landlord had taken reasonable responsibility to make sure the installation was safe. The only real way of doing this, would be to produce a certificate.

What next?

Call 01692 670 104 or email Broads Electrical, for a free site survey and free no obligation quotation, or if you have questions you would like answered.

All our work is installed by qualified engineers and is guaranteed.

Portable Appliance Testing (PAT)

Pat testing or portable appliance testing is an important part of any health & safety policy.

The Health & Safety Executive states that 25% of all reportable electrical accidents involve portable appliances. The Electricity at Work Regulations place a legal responsibility on employers, employees and self-employed persons to comply with the provisions of the regulations and take reasonably practicable steps to ensure that no danger results from the use of such equipment. This in effect requires the implementation of a systematic and regular program of maintenance, inspection and testing. The Health & Safety at Work Act (1974) places such an obligation in the following circumstances:

  1. Where appliances are used by employees.
  2. Where the public may use appliances in establishments such as hospitals, schools, hotels, shops, holiday homes etc.
  3. Where appliances are supplied or hired.
  4. Where appliances are repaired or serviced.

The level of inspection and testing required is dependent upon the risk of the appliance becoming faulty, which is in turn dependent upon the type of appliance, the nature of its use and the environment in which it is used.

What next?

Call 01692 670 104 or email Broads Electrical, for a free site survey and free no obligation quotation, or if you have questions you would like answered.

All our work is installed by qualified engineers and is guaranteed.

Showers & Water heaters

We all know that water and electricity does not produce a good combination, and yet this is exactly what we have in every electric shower and electric water heater, be it a small over sink unit or a 500litre pressurised tank with immersion heaters.

We can safely install all types of water heaters and can even carry out small plumbing alterations where necessary.

What next?

Call 01692 670 104 or email Broads Electrical, for a free site survey and free no obligation quotation, or if you have questions you would like answered.

All our work is installed by qualified engineers and is guaranteed.

Heating solutions

Space Heating.

We can provide a solution to heat your house, shop or office. With various technologies available including Storage heaters, Panel heaters, Under floor heating & electrically heated wet systems, there are a lot of options to consider. We are able to offer an unbiased recommendation, and then supply and install the chosen equipment.

Storage Heaters

Storage heaters may be considered as an old fashioned technology and do come with their drawbacks, but for many people they are a realistic option. Technologies have improved meaning that today’s heaters are more efficient and aesthetically pleasing.

Panel Heaters

This area of heating has leapt forward over the last few years. They used to be small, expensive to run and smelly…. No more. Today’s heaters are very efficient to run, look great and are as controllable as the most complex central heating system.

Underfloor Heating

Underfloor heating has been proven to provide the most economical way of heating a room.

In many new build projects the technology is being installed as standard. It frees up wall space as no radiators are required, and provides a feeling of luxury. No more cold tiled floors!

Electric Boilers

Electric boilers are a great option for where gas or oil is not an option. They don’t require regular servicing, they don’t need to be mounted on an external wall. They are almost silent in operation and extremely efficient.

What next?

Call 01692 670 104 or email Broads Electrical, for a free site survey and free no obligation quotation, or if you have questions you would like answered.

All our work is installed by qualified engineers and is guaranteed.

Rewires, Extensions & New build

Whether you are having a small extension, or building an executive house, building a small shop or converting a barn, we have the experience to help.

We are happy to work with you on the electrical design, pointing out the various regulations and make recommendations regarding energy efficiency. We can then install the installation and as we are registered with NAPIT sign off the installation.

We are also experienced in rewires. We understand what upheaval a job like this can mean, and so we work with you as much as possible. We will always aim to keep the job flowing as smoothly as possible, keeping power on for as long as possible, and mess to a minimum. We can also ‘make good’ plaster work, so keeping other trades to a minimum.

We have worked in a number of areas, including offices, shops, nursing / care homes, residential homes, workshops & garages.

What next?

Call 01692 670 104 or email Broads Electrical, for a free site survey and free no obligation quotation, or if you have questions you would like answered.

All our work is installed by qualified engineers and is guaranteed.

Fault finding & Call out service

We are experienced in Electrical fault finding in both Domestic and commercial areas. This can be a relatively simple process, and we will always try and help over the phone, before arranging to visit your site. This is a free service.

If it becomes obvious that we will not be able to sort the problem over the phone we will arrange to come out to your site asap.

We offer an emergency call out service within 15miles of our office in Potter Heigham, and aim to be at all other sites within 48hours. We do however prioritise high dependency and high risk situations i.e. elderly, hospitals, care homes etc.

What next?

Call 01692 670 104 or email Broads Electrical, for a free site survey and free no obligation quotation, or if you have questions you would like answered.

All our work is installed by qualified engineers and is guaranteed.

LED Lighting

LED Lights are the future of lighting. The idea of heating a filament lamp so hot that it produces light is crazy when you consider the alternatives. One day we may look back and be shocked we ever used such methods to light our homes.

LED lighting technology has progressed rapidly in recent years becoming an essential part of today’s lighting designs. A Light Emitting Diode (LED) is a semiconductor that emits light when an electric current is passed through it. This technology has been around for years, but only recently it has become a viable solution for providing functional light for domestic, commercial & agricultural applications

The advantages of using LED Lights

  1. High efficiency: In standard light bulbs only around 10% of the electric current is used for the generation of light, The other 90% of the energy is wasted as heat. LED lights are able to utilize 80 to 90% of the energy provided in the generation of light. There is very little production of heat.
  2. Reduced electricity bills: LEDs are super-efficient. A standard halogen down light will use 50 watts. An LED equivalent will use 6 watts. As an example, Running 10 halogen down lights on average 4 hours per night for a year would cost you approximately £102.20. Replacing these fittings with 6w LEDs would reduce this cost to £12.20. We estimate you recoup your initial outlay within 4-5 years and this does not take into consideration the extra savings from replacement lamps.
  3. Reduced maintenance cost: LED Lights have a lifespan of about 50,000 hours which is remarkable when you consider that incandescent bulbs have a lifespan of only 1000 hours. Even fluorescent light bulbs can only last for 15,000 hours. In other words, LED lights should last for a period of at least 10 years. So, once you install them you won’t have to worry about replacing the bulbs for a long, long time.
  4. Environmental benefits: Savings on electric bills is not the only benefit of the high efficiency LED lights. By reducing your energy usage you can reduce your carbon footprint.
  5. Variety of styles & colours: LED lights have been designed to replace most of the common fittings used today, ranging from Fluorescent fittings to down lights, Floodlights to amenity lights, and almost everything between. LED lights also come in a range of colours from warm white (most commonly used in domestic properties), Cool white, blue, yellow, orange, amber and red, or colour changing. They can used them for functional purposes or for decoration.

What next?

Call 01692 670 104 or email Broads Electrical, for a free site survey and free no obligation quotation, or if you have questions you would like answered.

All our work is installed by qualified engineers and is guaranteed.

Data Networks

Data Networks are used to send electronic data from one place to another to allow the sharing of information, this can be in the form of data (internet) Voice, Video or Music.

A few years ago a single wireless access point or a couple of wired ports might have been adequate, but with today’s high usage, hi bandwidth applications, these systems are failing to keep up, resulting in frustration.

The answer is to install multiple wired ports.

In a house this may be from a central location to behind Smart TVs to a study and maybe a few other strategically placed locations.

In an office, it would probably mean running from a central server to multiple points behind each computer & printer.

Wireless access point can of course be installed to serve all the wireless devices used today.

Cat 6 Cabling

With more applications being used on networking systems, including video streaming, users often require higher bandwidth. CAT 6 cabling gives you exactly that. While CAT 6 is mainly used by businesses, it is also becoming a popular choice in the home market. This is mainly due to the growth in home media streaming. It is also suitable for gaming because of its faster bandwidth.

Cat 6 has a higher transmission performance, and there is less room for corrupting or losing data, which is good news for any business. CAT 6 supports speeds of up to 10 Gigabits and 250 Mhz

What next?

Call 01692 670 104 or email Broads Electrical, for a free site survey and free no obligation quotation, or if you have questions you would like answered.

All our work is installed by qualified engineers and is guaranteed.

Consumer Unit changes

People often ask me in should they have an electrical consumer unit change / fuse box change to the latest standard. My answer is always ‘YES’.

Whilst there is no legal requirement for a consumer unit change / fuse box upgrade to current standards, it is the heart of electrical protection in your home. This is for both fire risk and electric shock. The latest standards are there for a reason. To ensure you are given the maximum protection available.

The next question is what does it involve and in particular how much does a consumer unit change / fuse box change cost. This is much more difficult to answer. It can start from around £300 for an installation with no electrical problems but could result in needing extensive work carried out on your property

Let me explain a little further.

With an electrical consumer unit change, the new unit has to meet the latest regulations. These regulations do not require the existing circuits to be upgraded before they can be re-connected to the new unit, providing they are both suitable and safe. Regulations do require though that if they are defective in a dangerous way they cannot be connected until corrected.

Before carrying out any work, an extensive inspection and a series of tests need to be carried out on the existing circuits to ensure they are suitable and safe to connect to the new consumer unit & that all required earth bonding is present.

We would normally carry out a full electrical inspection (EICR) to identify any problems and obtain an indication of costs required to rectify before starting any other works.

What next?

Call 01692 670 104 or email Broads Electrical, for a free site survey and free no obligation quotation, or if you have questions you would like answered.

All our work is installed by qualified engineers and is guaranteed.