Air Conditioning Electrical Supplies

All fixed air conditioning systems require a power supply, it is not the job of air conditioning engineer(s) to carry out the installation of electical supplies whilst installing your air conditioning systems unless of course the engineer(s) are suitably qualified by NICEIC, NAPIT, or another trade governing bodies who are in charge of assessing and accrediting companies to ensure safe working practices.

East Anglia Air Conditioning engineer(s) are not trained or qualified to work on any electrical wiring, appliances or distribution boards in homes or businesses, our engineer(s) are all qualified to work on air conditioning systems only under the FGAS regulations, we can guarantee your installation will be installed by our FGAS engineer(s) suitably trained to handle refrigerant gases.

East Anglia Air Conditioning have built good relationships with local electrical companies throughout East Anglia so that we can ensure you get a professional electrical supply for your new air conditioning system(s).

The electrician will attend site prior to the commissioning of your new air conditioning system(s) to install, test and certify the electrical power supplies and whilst on site will also make recommendations to you (the customer) in the event that something unsafe is found whilst carrying out the job, we believe this is good practice and we rely heavily on the experience of our electricians to guide us along the way and inform our customers the best possible way, because we know how important electrics are, and how dangerous electrics can be.

Why Choose an NICEIC Electrical Contractor?

Safety and Competence

Contractors registered by NICEIC are assessed on a regular basis to ensure that they are competent and capable of meeting the relevant technical and safety standards, codes of practice and rules of the Schemes they are registered to.

Compliance with Building Regulations

Contractors registered to NICEIC Building Regulations Schemes in England and Wales are authorised to self-certify their work to the Local Building Control Body. This saves you both time and money when undertaking electrical work that requires notification under the Building Regulations requirements.

Complaints Procedure and Platinum Promise

We expect all NICEIC registered contractors to provide a quality service to their customers. We stand behind the quality of NICEIC registered contractors and we believe that as a consumer you have peace of mind.

We know how important it is for your to feel confident that, the work undertaken by a NICEIC registered installer meets the required building regulations or installation standards.  If you believe that there are any issues please raise your concerns in the first instance with the registered installer who carried out the work, we are sure they will want to do everything possible to resolve them.

If you are unable to resolve the issues directly then please contact us and we will explain how we can help you.

Our Platinum Promise

Put simply, our Platinum Promise is a guarantee. If an NICEIC & ELECSA registered contractor carries out work that falls within their scope of certification but turns out to be non-compliant – and they then stop trading – then we will step in.

At no extra cost to you, we will employ another contractor to rectify the non-compliant work.

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