More residential care homes across the North East choose us as their preferred electrical contractor than ever before – and our reputation is spreading nationwide. Why? Because we understand and address the complex challenges you face, and add value.
A sensitive, efficient and flexible approach
The safety and wellbeing of your residents are a key priority for us, and we understand that changes to routine can sometimes cause them distress or confusion.
So, whether we are installing door entry systems or energy-saving LED lighting, or carrying out a rewire or routine 5-year Electrical Installation Condition Reports, our fully DBS-checked team of electricians minimise disruption by working flexibly and respectfully around you and your residents.
We keep you updated
We are open and upfront about timescales, and never rush a job at the expense of quality workmanship or safety. Instead, we work efficiently – keeping you regularly updated on progress. And if you need any advice, or an emergency call out, we’re just at the end of the phone.
Our comprehensive electrical services include:
- 5-year electrical installation condition reports (EICR)
- Installation and maintenance of door entry systems
- Planned maintenance
- Installation of LED and emergency lighting
- Electric vehicle charging point installation
- Portable Appliance Testing (PAT)
- Fault finding
- Data cable installations
- Emergency call outs
- Earthing arrangements
Want to reduce your electricity bill?
Rising electricity prices can have an enormous impact on your running costs. But you may be surprised to know that our forward-thinking approach can reduce your energy use by 20% – 40%, and your lighting bill alone by up to 90%.
Just ask us about our free energy audits. This simple process shows you the staggering savings you can expect each month by making some simple changes – hundreds of pounds saved, ready to redirect where you need them the most.
And the good news is, many of our customers switch to LED and save money with no financial outlay. Want to know more?