If you are carrying out electrical installation work in your home or garden in England and Wales, you must comply with the rules in the Building Regulations. It is best to use an installer registered with a competent person scheme (a ‘registered competent person’) who can self-certify compliance with the Building Regulations. If an installer is not registered, then certain riskier jobs (identified as ‘notifiable’ in the Building Regulations) will need to be inspected, approved and certificated by a building control body (your local authority or a private approved inspector).
An electrician registered with a competent person self-certification scheme authorised by the Secretary of State will self-certify that notifiable work is safe and complies with the Building Regulations. When using a registered electrician, you do not need to notify a building control body.
Manchester electricians are NICEIC Part-P electricians and can self-certify any domestic work carried out.
Our local Manchester electricians are all NICEIC registered and carry out all types of work, Our professional electricians can help you through every stage of an install, from design and planning to implementation.