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Manchester, Greater Manchester

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Frequent Questions


How much is a call out charge?

Our basic call out charge is £40.00 in normal working hours. (This covers the first hour on the job). A call out charge isn’t always added if we are offering a full quotation price on the job.


Can I DIY electrical repairs?

We strongly advise that unless you are a competent, trained individual in this field of work you NEVER attempt to complete electrical works yourself as this comes with a massive risk to not only yourself but others and your home.


What payment methods do you accept?

We can accept cash, cheques or BACS transfer payments.


How much is an electrical survey when buying or selling a house?

We charge between £80-£120 on an electrical survey report, the price is based on the time taken to carry out the test and complete the certificate. 


What is the average lead time for a full rewire on an average size house?

We can complete the full process of a full rewire with a lead time of 4-5 days. If a quicker turnaround is needed, we can extend usual working hours, and this can be completed in 3-4 days.


Do you work evenings and weekends?

Yes, we do work evenings and weekends if the priced job requires this to be completed or to work around your needs as the customer. If we have an emergency call out charge evening or weekends, we charge £60.00 (this is for the first hour on the job) 


Can you provide electrical certificates for another person’s work?

We cannot provide an Electrical Installation certificate (EIC) on another person’s work however we can provide an Electrical Installation condition Report (EICR) which can verify the safety of this electrical installation. 


What is an RCD?

An RCD is a residual current device which picks up on numerous different faults on electrical installations. These can sometimes cause nuisance tripping but provide a lot of extra safety and protection on an electrical installation.