I'll be honest with you, my communications are terrible. I receive more requests than I can humanly handle via too many platforms for me to keep track of. If we've spoken and I say I'll be somewhere at a certain date or time, that you can count on, but if you're emailing or calling about a prospective new job then there's a chance I'll miss it or, even if it's been acknowledged, that it'll still get lost in the slew of new messages. Even if I've been over to look at what's needed, I may never get around to putting an estimate together to take it forward.

I know that's one of the traits the public hates about tradespeople but, with the best will in the world, there's just not enough hours in the day. It's a rubbish way to run the business, but those who know what they want and are shouting the loudest while clutching their credit card tend to be the ones who get ticked off the to-do list.

Contact me by email

You can email me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

You may also use this email address even if you just want advice or to give feedback on anything you've seen on this website so long as you're not trying to sell me anything. That said, I am inundated with messages these days and I may not have the time to respond to non-work queries. Sorry.

If booking work via email, please include as much detail as possible about the job as well as your address and contact details, and check your junk mail folder if you don't receive a timely reply.

Contact me by phone

Call or text 07714 002110 to contact me directly. If I'm up a ladder, in a dank basement, speaking with a client or stuck in a hot attic, then please leave me a brief message on my voicemail with your name and number and I will aim to call you back at the earliest convenience... or I might forget, so don't rely upon it and always shop around anyway. My office landline number is 01926 671186 but I'm often not there to pick that up and, like most landlines, it usually only attracts scammers and crooks further rewarding it being ignored even if I am slumped at my desk. Also, I'm not active on iMessage, Facebook Messenger, Instagram messaging or WhatsApp. Oh, and calls from numbers with blocked caller-IDs are automatically rejected.

Good luck!

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David Savery Electrical Services Ltd. is currently registered/accredited with the following organisations. Click on a graphic to visit their website to confirm association.


Regd. 404910798
  Registered Competent Person   Part P


Why choose David Savery Electrical Services?

My competitive pricing covers the standard stuff any legitimate electrical tradesperson would provide such as BS7671 and Part-P certification where applicable, public liability/professional indemnity insurance during works, Competent Person Scheme protection via NICEIC, and alternative dispute resolution via TrustMark, however my pricing also includes all the following extras...

A 24 month guarantee on supplied parts and installation methods
A no-nonsense guarantee for two years on all non-consumable parts I supply and install. For further details, see here. Domestic work notifiable to Local Authority Building Control is additionally covered by the NICEIC Platinum Promise for six years.

Personalised service
My attention to detail to ensure your specific requirements are met beats the bang-it-up-and-take-the-cash mentality of rivals. You'll be dealing with someone who will perform the planning, purchasing and installation work on your project, so you can ensure you get the result you want without the cost of additional staffing overheads or the risk of communication breakdowns inherent with a larger firm.

My best practice promise
A guarantee of no unnecessary work and no jargon. Any concerns I discover on an existing installation outside of any work I’ve been hired to perform will be put to you clearly explaining the issue and why it should be resolved. If you’re unsure, you can contact NICEIC, the Competent Persons Scheme which oversees my work, and have them verify my findings.

Registered Competent Person
I am a member of the Registered Competent Person (Electrical) scheme (formally the ElectricSafe Register) via my status with NICEIC as an Approved Contractor.

References available
I don't publish testimonials and I don't participate with those rated/trusted tradespeople web directories, but if you want to see examples of my previous work or talk directly with previous clients, then I'd be happy to put you in touch once I have obtained their permission to be contacted. I invite any customer, past or present, to leave an honest review on my Which? page although I don't proactively seek reviews.

Fully insured
I hold both professional indemnity and public liability insurance.

Multiple levels of consumer protection
My pricing includes multiple avenues of consumer protection, so you don't need to worry about poor service when a booking is undertaken. I never ask for upfront payments or cash on site; you only pay when you can see there is something delivered to be paid for. My complaints procedure and 24 month warranty should ensure peace-of-mind, but further avenues of complaint are available through my membership of NICEIC.

Qualified for the job you want done
Anyone can set themselves up as an electrician without having any qualifications, experience or accreditation. I hold City & Guilds Level 3 qualifications for the installation, verification, inspection and testing of electrical installations. My most recent/relevant qualifications are listed below.




Qualified to

Level 3 for:

verification, inspection,


City and Guilds 2382 Level 3 Award in the Requirements Electrical Installations BS7671 (2018) (18th Edition)

City & Guilds 2365 Level 3
Diploma in Electrical Installations (Building & Structures)

City & Guilds 2365 Level 2 Diploma in Electrical Installations (Building & Structures)

City & Guilds 2919 Level 3 Award in Electric Vehicle Charging

City & Guilds 2382 Level 3 Award in the Requirements Electrical Installations BS7671 2008 (2015) (17th Edition: A3)

Certificate of Achievement Working at Heights

Logic Certification
Solar Photovoltaic Installer

City & Guilds 2395 Level 3 Award in the Periodic Inspection, Testing & Certification of Electrical Installations

City & Guilds 2394 Level 3 Award in the Initial Verification & Certification of Electrical Installations

City & Guilds 2392 Level 2 Certificate in Fundamental Inspection, Testing & Initial Verification

City & Guilds 2377 Level 3 Award in the In-Service Inspection and Testing of Electrical Equipment

City & Guilds 2382 Level 3 Award in the Requirements Electrical Installations BS7671 2008 (2011) (17th Edition: A2)


BTEC National Diploma in Engineering (1991-1993) Coventry Technical College

BTEC First Diploma in Engineering (1990-1991) Coventry Technical College


My technical apprenticeship was not in the electrical industry; it was in telecommunications with Mercury Communications back in 1991. Before this, I left school with my GCSE's and attended college for my First Diploma in Engineering. Once appointed with Mercury Communications, I passed my National Diploma in Engineering, and I then spent the rest of the 1990's working in I.T., data communications and transmission communications at The Cable & Wireless College in Coventry. For a brief and miserable period in 1999, I moved to I.T. at Warwick University before returning to Cable and Wireless shortly before the millennium. In 2001, I formed my own company providing I.T. contracts at the likes of Warwickshire Police, EDS (a national contract), Thames Valley Police, Warwick University (again! - It's a horrible place to work, but the money was good) and the NHS. In 2006 I joined the NHS as a proper person before starting my own business once more in 2012 in the electrotechnical industry following a period of retraining. I met Nigel in 2001 when he was also working as a contractor for Warwickshire Police, and our career paths have aligned closely ever since with him working for my IT company from 2004 and later joining me at the NHS.

If you think we're not the right guys to be undertaking your electrical work, then I invite you to ask for a similar concise curriculum vitae from anyone shouting the odds to see how we measure up.


Meet the team

There has been some expansion to cope with all the work my excellent reputation brings in. I'm personally involved in every job, but there are other hard working members of the DSES crew helping to keep everything on track both on-site and behind the scenes....


meNew   Jones
David Savery
Stressed out Director/Proprietor
  Martina Savery
Administration & Accounts

 Nigel Marsh
Nige left in August 2023, so I've scratched out his eyes.


Complaints procedure 

There should never be a reason for you to visit this page.


Company information

David Savery Electrical Services Ltd. is a registered Limited company in England & Wales number 8110485. Registered office: 3 Morris Drive, Whitnash, Leamington Spa, CV31 2RQ. Unsolicited communications to this address will not be entered into so please, no junk mail. Ta.

What's that you say? You want it cheaper for cash? No. You go defraud HMRC some other way mate, leave me out of it.