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Electrician Henleaze

Family owned & operated for 25 years

EMERGENCY ELECTRICIAN BRISTOL

As a local company working in and around Henleaze, 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.

What we offer

Residential services in Bristol & Bath

Landlord EICR's

Landlord safety certificates, surge protection, commercial wiring and more
Residential

Consumer Units

Testing and replacement of old fuse boxes and installing new consumer units
Residential

Home Re-wire

Ensuring the safetly of your family and home with new electrical wiring
Residential

Home charging

Home charging stations for your all electric or plug-in hybrid vehicles at home or work
Residential

Home Buyer services

Checking the electrical safety of your new home for peace of mind
Residential
Commercial services in Bristol & Bath

Commercial EICR's

Ensuring your compliance with electrical safety regulations
Commercial

Emergency Lighting

Installation, service and maintenance of all emergency lighting within your premises
Commercial

PAT Testing

Portable Appliance Testing - ensuring all of your electrical equipment is safe to use and compiant
Commercial

LED Upgrades

Installation of newer, more efficient LED lighting to improve energy use and improve lighting
Commercial

24-hour Call-out service

On call for your electrical emergencies 24 hours a day, 365 days a year
Commercial

Reviews

Hundreds of happy customers
  • 5 star review  Mark did a reworking of the electrics in our home. He arrived promptly and was very neat and tidy with his work and clearly took pride in the finished result. thanks Mark.

    thumb Jim G
    10/28/2019

    5 star review  Great company to deal with. Informative and professional. Easily explained to us of what needed to be done and most importantly quick to respond with any and all queries that we had. Definitely recommend and use this company again. Many thanks

    thumb Marcus Scadding
    5/18/2020
  • 5 star review  Mark has carried out various projects for me commercially and at home - of different sizes. He always makes all the costs really clear and goes to great pains to track down items that fit within my budget. Service is always exceptional, punctual and everywhere is always left spotless. Thanks - 5 star!

    thumb Jay Grocott
    11/26/2019

    5 star review  Mark and his team upgraded my consumer unit for me. Quick response, very tidy and professional. Only the best quality components used and put our minds at rest that our house is now electrically safe!Would highly recommend, thanks guys.

    thumb Matt Coombs
    5/15/2020
  • 5 star review  Very happy with the rewire of our house. After failing an inspection alot of work needed doing to get the place up to standard. Not the cheapest but experience has taught us that 'you get what you pay for' so to have everything sorted with no after pains is great! A very tidy job, a few amendments to the original fittings including alarms, sensors, a fan,and everything is safe and signed off.Very happy and would definitely recommend.

    thumb S Hartley
    3/08/2020

    5 star review  Very happy after we called MJP Electrical out to investigate some problems in our apartment. Quick and professional we had a plan in place very quickly - they investigated a number of issues and helped us understand about their causes as well as what we should and who would be best to help us moving forward. Very trustworthy, will be using for other electrical issues and recommending!

    thumb David Luna
    5/07/2020

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As one of the most respected Electrical companies Bristol, 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.

Frequently asked questions

Let us answer your important questions

A: Our standard callout rate 08:00-18:00 – £99 + VAT including the first hour.

Out of hours 18:00-22:00 – £128 + VAT including the first hour.

A: Our standard hourly rate is £40 per 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: 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:

  • the installation of a new circuit, whether at low voltage (typically 230 V) or extra-low voltage); or
  • the replacement of a consumer unit (fusebox); or
  • any alteration or addition to an existing circuit in a special location*, whether at low voltage (typically 230 V) or extra-low voltage

*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:

  1. Approved by a recognised governing body like the NICEIC
  2. Insured – NCIEC will ensure this
  3. Qualified – NCIEC will ensure this
  4. Recommendations
  5. Communication
  6. Good Attitude

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.

Electric Car Charging Points

MJP Electrical can now install charging point at home for your all-electric or plug-in hybrid car at your home. What does this mean to you?

  • More convenient
  • Future proofed
  • Faster charging
  • Expert installation
  • EV Charging Station home installation
  • 3 Year OLEV enabled Charging Point Manufacturer warranty
  • Home charging point grant
Rolec home EV charger

Frequently asked questions

Let us answer your important questions

A: Our standard callout rate 08:00-18:00 – £99 + VAT including the first hour.

Out of hours 18:00-22:00 – £128 + VAT including the first hour.

A: Our standard hourly rate is £40 per 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: 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:

  • the installation of a new circuit, whether at low voltage (typically 230 V) or extra-low voltage); or
  • the replacement of a consumer unit (fusebox); or
  • any alteration or addition to an existing circuit in a special location*, whether at low voltage (typically 230 V) or extra-low voltage

*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:

  1. Approved by a recognised governing body like the NICEIC
  2. Insured – NCIEC will ensure this
  3. Qualified – NCIEC will ensure this
  4. Recommendations
  5. Communication
  6. Good Attitude

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.