I am able to provide a complete range of electrical services regardless of how big or small your requirements.
I have guide pricing for standard or emergency call-out work. If you need something a little more complicated, then I prefer to pay you a quick visit at no charge to assess the work, discuss the options and provide you with a customised no-obligation quotation.
My work is insured and carries my standard 24 month guarantee on parts and workmanship. Work that is notifiable to Local Authority Building Control will be processed through NICEIC and is additionally covered by their Platinum Promise workmanship warranty.
|Sockets and lighting: moving, replacing, adding additional points|
|Switches: moving, replacing, upgrading to PIR/dimmer/remote control|
|Outdoor: sockets, garden lighting, security lighting, pond pumps, gate control|
|Fuse boxes: upgraded/additional/relocated consumer units with improved protection|
|Circuits: new installations, extensions, additions, removals|
|Lighting: ceiling, wall, recessed, replacement luminaires|
|Wiring: repairs, upgrades, rewires, bonding, concealing, re-routing|
|Remote power installations: to garages, sheds, outhouses, greenhouses|
|Exterior cabling: underground or overhead wiring|
|Bathroom: showers, shaver sockets, fans, IP rated equipment installations|
|Kitchen: electric ovens, hobs, heat alarms, extractor fans, UV insect control|
Whatever the project, I'll work with you to ensure energy efficiency is taken into consideration, and any parts I source will be quality branded components that meet or exceed British or European standards and the requirements of the building regulations.
P O P U L A R P R O J E C T S
The pictures below show examples of my installation work but in no way indicate limits to what I can offer. If it involves wires around the home, I can probably take it on. If you're planning a project similar to any of those below, I can provide further information and better photographs of these particular installations, so please contact me for a detailed chat.
|Recessed spot lighting is a popular theme but if not done properly can cause issues with heat build up and energy inefficiency. In the installation below CFL fittings have been installed into a panelled ceiling to provide an attractive installation with low running costs.|
|Fed up with the kids leaving the lights on? In the installation below a PIR (occupancy sensor) has been installed along with these sealed IP rated LED downlights into a plasterboard bathroom ceiling. The white light from these power LEDs provides a clean look at a total of just 20W and are automatically turned off when not needed.|
|Wall lights need not mean unsightly supply cables. Embedding cables for a neat, clean finish makes your lighting look like an integral part of the wall rather than something simply hanging off it.||Stylish lighting such as this cold cathode kitchen installation can make a striking difference to a room in place of a traditional ceiling rose fitting or standard fluorescent light.|
|If you have an old rewirable fuse box such as that pictured below left, having it changed out for a modern consumer unit with circuit breaker and RCD protection will give you the benefit of improved safety and convenience in the event of a fault.|
|Power LED recessed spotlights are much more efficient than their halogen counterparts but the right bulbs must be selected for the optimum lighting of any given room. These 7W bulbs are ideal in this new hallway installation.||Revamping a room is the ideal time to replace tired looking socket faceplates with something more modern or to install additional sockets to accommodate the extra gadgets of 21st century life!|
|Flatscreen TV's look attractive when hung from the wall but the right fittings must be used to keep it secure, and cables should be concealed to make it look like a natural part of the room as in this bedroom.||IP rated outdoor sockets with RCD protection are a handy addition to the garden to feed lawnmowers, strimmers, pressure washers and the like.|
|Mains powered linked smoke/heat alarms to BS 5839 compliant installation standards remove the risk of dead or missing batteries from preventing you hearing of a fire warning when you really need to.||Whether a shower pump or a full electric shower requiring only a cold water feed, I can manage new installations or the replacement of a failed unit. New installations will require a plumber to get the pipework into the right place but I can assist you in finding a reputable one.|
|I can provide custom installations to meet your room designs if there are particular decorative arrangements you have in mind such as in this fully LED lit child's bedroom.||Replacement switch faceplates help to modernise a room. Switch upgrades to PIR, dimmer or touch versions or moving switches to another location within the room are all possible options.|
|Artistic or ambient decor lighting is becoming quite popular. Whether you want to illuminate pictures, feature walls, gardens or shelving, or if you simply want to introduce some colour to a room, modern LED or fluorescent technology can make an attractive effect without costing a packet to operate. [More]|
|Battery or mains driven doorbell installations.||If you've had electric underfloor heating laid under your new laminate or tiled flooring, you'll need it hooking into the mains and a thermostat/controller fitted, all of which I can offer.|
|If you have an outbuilding such as a garage, shed or greenhouse, talk to me about a modern mini consumer unit installation for lighting, heating and/or socket outlets, supplied if necessary by an overhead or underground cable.||A rage of external lighting possibilities are available to suit your requirements including motion controlled, dusk 'til dawn sensor control, flood, spot, efficient LED and decor options.|
|UV insect control helps to reduce those unwanted airborne pests in the kitchen or dining areas.||Electric ovens and/or hobs installed on their own dedicated circuit.|
|Shower priority control boards allow you to fit more electric showers into larger homes or into properties with multiple en-suites, student accommodation, etc.
|Whether in a kitchen, bathroom or en-suite, if you need an extractor fan core drilled through your wall or ducted through the roof space then I can install it. Manual, timed or humidity controlled options are available.|
Winter giving you the cold bathroom blues? A high level downflow heater provides a quick way to heat a small space when there isn't room for a heated towel rail or radiator.
|For heat where there is no plumbing such as an outbuilding or where plumbing would be expensive or disruptive, electric panel radiators and storage heaters provide an effective means of keeping out the cold.|
|I work with Spartacus Landscaping and Gardening on integrating electrics into garden designs both grand and small. Whether you have a terraced house or a country barn, if pond pumps, accent lighting or outdoor power figure in your landscaping plans then I can help you to make it a real feature. [More]|
|Lights recessed into a tarmac driveway or pavement add a touch of style to an otherwise plain looking medium as pictured below in this Warwick installation performed in conjunction with Spartacus Landscaping and Gardening.||Occupancy sensor lighting, especially in bathroom or cloakroom areas, is a low cost but effective way of ensuring lights don't get left on unintentionally and provides convenience, especially for those less able-bodied.|
|Electrically heated towel rails with thermostatic and/or timed controls.||Timer/boost control solutions for heating, lighting or any other application where automation can save effort and energy.|
|Satellite receiver installations suitable for Sky, FreeSat or European TV reception.||Working with your flooring contractor to install underfloor heating solutions.|
|Working with your builder to ensure first fix electrics are installed on time and where you need them....||...before completing second fix works scheduled to coincide with completion of plastering/deorating etc.|
|Dado installations/modifications customised to fit your space.||Instantaneous hot water solutions.|
If you'd like to discuss any of the above relating to projects, installations or repairs in your own home then please contact me for a chinwag.
C E R T I F I C A T E R E P R I N T I N G
You will be automatically issued with the relevant BS7671 and Part-P certificates for any work I perform, however if you subsequently lose this paperwork you can request additional copies for a small administration fee. Please write to me at the address listed in the bottom banner of this page enclosing a cheque for £15 payable to David Savery Electrical Services Ltd. Be sure to provide details of the address the work was performed at so I can find the correct certificates from my records, along with a return address the certificate(s) should be sent to. Please allow up to 14 days for delivery. The administration fee applies per request regardless of how many certificates need reprinting. Reprints can also be requested if you were not the person who commissoned the work, i.e. if you've just bought a house you know I worked on and the previous owner didn't pass on the certificates but you require copies for your own records.