MJP ELECTRICAL ARE DEDICATED TO PROVIDE EXCELLENT CUSTOMER SERVICE. WE STRIVE TO IMPROVE THE CUSTOMER’S EXPERIENCE EVERY TIME.
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MJP are Bristol and Bath’s leading light in providing electrical services mainly in the residential sector. For over 30 years, we have built our reputation for delivering outstanding client satisfaction, focussing on saving our customer’s money and achieving the highest quality results.
We are committed to the continuous development of all our employees, enabling all of us to reach the dreams for us and our families.
In everything we do at MJP Electrical – we go above and beyond.
If your electrical needs are urgent we will be there the same day. We carry out our services in the most time efficient manner. We have van stock of most items so we can deliver the result with minimal haste.
We communicate from initial booking confirmation, with reminders leading up to your appointment as we all have busy lives and can forget. Our engineers always keep you updated on arrival times.
We always adhere to the latest electrical and fire, safety standards. We always take pride in our work and ensure the best practise of installation is carried out
We treat your property as if it was our own, and often leave your property cleaner than when we arrived. We use dust sheets, vacum’s and overshoes.
We’re always empathetic of your stress levels as we know you will often be in a panic as your power and lights might be off. We will take control of the situation with a smile on our face.
If we say we are going to be with you at a time we will be there 5 mins before. If a unavoidable occurrence happens, we will let you know immediately to reschedule.
We are always honest about the situation. We will give a worse case scenario and always aim for best. We under promise and over deliver.
You can trust us that our intentions are purely to provide the best possible service we can. We are all DBS checked on application for employment to the company. We only employ the finest of characters.
MJP Electrical are a team of dedicated and skilled tradesman that take pride in delivering friendly and effective services.
From fitting a light fixing to whole house re-wiring, we have the experience and knowlege to undertake any domestic or commercial work.
All of our electricians are trained to the highest level and we are NIC EIC registered for your total peace of mind.
Emergency call-outs for when you need us most. When you have no electricity or you accidentlally drill through a cable, we are here to help!
As a local company we are committing to provide the very best services to our customers. We have an extensive amount of experience in testing and inspecting electric systems in both domestic and commercial properties.
We are certified and approved by NICEIC and trained to the highest standards, meaning that you can put your full trust on us.
We operate with strong focus on providing second to none customer service and high levels of dependable expertise. In addition to this we have developed our services to be environmentally friendly, cost-effective and energy saving. We aim to save our customer’s money by reducing their energy consumption.
A: Our urgent call-out charge is £165 inc VAT which includes the first hour. Extra time is charged at £33 inc VAT per half hour. Materials not included.
A: Our standard hourly rate is £66 per hour (including VAT) or £33 (inc VAT) per half hour
A: If you have loss of power and any time you feel unsafe with the condition of any part of your electrical system.
A: Google – Always pick the one with the best reviews.
A: You can check directly on the NICEIC site https://www.niceic.com/householder/find-a-contractor
or read our full and detailed article here: How can I check if an Electrician is qualified and registered?
A: Every electrician hold an ECA card which proves competence and be fully qualified to 18th edition standard.
A: The simple answer is, You CAN’T. It is illegal for any person to sign off work and say he had done the work when he clearly did not. If that person is a fully fledged registered and accredited Electrician or Gas Engineer and he lies about the installation he can pretty much kiss his career goodbye.
A: Whenever a approved electrician completes any form of electrical installation work on your home, a form of certification must be provided.
Whether you’re installing a new oven, an air conditioner or replacing your switchboard or light switches, you will need a safety certificate from your approved electrician.
A: You CAN do electrical work yourself under Part P You do NOT need to get a registered electrician to verify it. For some types of work (notifiable jobs), you need to notify Buildings Control (and pay a fee) . They will then inspect the work at first and second fix.
A: From April 2013 electrical work in a dwelling, or associated with its surroundings, is notifiable to a local building control body where the work includes:
*A special location is a room containing a bath or shower, swimming pool or a sauna heater.
An alteration or addition to an existing circuit in a room containing a bath or shower is notifiable only where carried out in the space surrounding a bath or shower.
An alteration or addition anywhere within a room containing a swimming pool or sauna heater is notifiable.
A: Since 2005, all electrical work in dwellings in England and Wales whether carried out professionally or as DIY, and whether or not the work is notifiable to a building control body (see below), must meet the requirements of Part P of the Building Regulations. In April 2013 the requirements for England were amended.
Compliance with Part P is intended to keep you and your family as safe as possible from electrical hazards.
The requirements of Part P apply to new dwellings and to any alterations or additions to the electrical installations of existing dwellings, including full or partial rewires.
Part P states that anyone carrying out electrical work in a dwelling must ensure that reasonable provision has been made in the design and installation of the electrical installations in order to protect any persons who might use, maintain or alter the electrical installation of that dwelling from fire and injury, including electric shock.
A: By law, the homeowner or landlord must be able to prove that all electrical installation work meets Part P, or they will be committing a criminal offence.
Local authorities have the power to make homeowners or landlords remove or alter any work that does not meet the requirements of the Building Regulations.
A: Things to look for are:
A: What you do need is to get a registered electrician to verify that what you’ve done is safe apart from some “minor” jobs like changing sockets or moving them a short distance.
What you might find is that a lot of electricians won’t verify your work, so you end up having to get them to do the job.
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