This is SEF Electrical
Dedicated to those who keep our homes, offices, schools, hospitals, shops and factories bright, warm and safe.
A reputable electrician is a member of the National Inspection Council (NICEIC) and has been awarded membership to the Electrical Contractors Association (ECA). Membership of these bodies means the quality of their work is assured, available for inspection by independents, bonded and warranted for satisfactory completion. We would emphasise the benefits these assurances can lend to contractual agreements. They will also have public liability insurance to cover the value of at least £10,000,000.
An electrician's strength lies in the above and the relationships built up with suppliers and Clients which are based on a fair and competitive trading ethic. They will employ fully qualified City & Guilds electricians and apprentices, irrespective of the size and complexity of each project and the Company Director takes a personal involvement. These are the reasons given by clients who continue to return to the same company with further commissions.
The customer base varies from small building contractors to major telecommunication companies and as such professional electricians are well versed in the procedural requirements of all types of organisation.=
We have ways to heat our water, our homes and provide us with electricity. We probably take all of this for granted and if we lost them we would probably panic. We take for granted that these conveniences will be there for us from now on. We expect glitches to happen but we want them to be fixable without going long without all of these.
Solar panels are often built to convert the vast reservoir of power from our sun into some other type of usable energy. In general the energy that results will be in the form of heat (to heat a home for example) or electricity which might be used to energize anything from a flashlight to a complete business. see intruder alarms