Domestic electrical services
Old Court Electrical offers a comprehensive range of high-quality electrical services from a free initial site survey through design and installation to completion and testing. We also offer a regular electrical maintenance service to ensure your system remains safe and within all relevant regulations.
Our fully-trained electricians deliver a professional, rapid and cost-effective service to domestic customers throughout the East of England and East Midlands regions. With premises in Spalding and Baston, we are ideally located to serve the needs of customers in Peterborough, north Cambridgeshire and the Stamford, Bourne, Spalding and Deepings areas of South Lincolnshire.
Our guaranteed work includes:
- - Full and part rewires
- - Fuse board replacements
- - Additional socket outlets
- - Intruder alarm systems
- - Extension wiring
- - Fault finding and rectification works
- - Replacement / additional lighting
- - Outside lighting and security lighting
Under Part P regulations introduced in January 2005 only qualified, competent electricians are permitted to carry out most electrical work. As a self-certifying NAPIT electrical contractor, Old Court Electrical inspects and tests all its domestic electrical installations and provides customers with relevant test certificates. This provides proof that the work complies with latest building regulations and BS:7671 Wiring Regulation standards.
While this process underscores that Old Court Electrical assigns the highest priority to the safety of your home environment, it is also important if you wish to sell your home. That is because your purchaser’s solicitor may request proof that all electrical work carried out in your home after January 2005 complies with Part P regulations. Some insurers and mortgage lenders also insist on this documented evidence.
Our commitment to the highest standards of professionalism is your guarantee of complete satisfaction. To experience the benefit of our services simply contact Old Court Electrical by telephone, email, post or by using the online form on our Contact Us page.