Electrical Contractor

What To Look For In An Electrical Contractor

With there being so many rogue tradesmen and cowboys out there claiming to be experienced and qualified electricians, it is highly important that you choose the right person – one, so that you don’t get ripped off but, two, so that you know the work that’s been done in your Norwich home is safe.

Whilst it’s tempting to go for the cheapest quote that you receive, this can sometimes turn out to be a very costly mistake. However, when it comes to knowing which electricians to trust and which ones not to, it can be a tricky thing to do.


Any decent electrician in Upper Hellesdon will have numerous clients that they have done jobs for before who can attest to the quality of their work. You should not be shy about questioning them on this and asking to speak with any of their previous customers. What is important to remember when doing this type of research is that not all jobs go smoothly, but what you want to see is that they resolve any problems that may have arisen with their work in a speedy manner.

Adherence To Safety Standards

No matter the experience of an electrician, you should as a minimum always expect them to adhere to whatever electrical safety standards / regulations that are in at the time. Upon completion of any electrical work, an electrical contractor should provide you with a Part P certificate.