Manchester electrician lighting

Outdated lighting in a large commercial or industrial building can be responsible for the majority of the onsite electricity usage. Up to 80% of this energy could be being wasted needlessly through inefficient lighting equipment

The cost and disruption of maintaining an existing lighting system can be reduced dramatically. Replacing lamps at high mounting heights may involve hiring expensive lifting equipment and/or contractors. New lights can provide 5-10 operational years between lamp changes .

New lighting can address existing health and safety issues such as: ensuring that CIBSE lighting levels guidelines are met, eliminating dimness in dangerous working areas, lowering exisitng glare, replacing the risks associated with older, unsafe electrical equipment etc. This can protect a business against liability and bring a site up to scratch as an example of best practice.


Improved staff productivity and a more comfortable working environment can be achieved when areas are lit brightly enough and/or given a more suitable "quality" of light for the work being undertaken (white, daylight quality for visual inspection etc.). Other benefist include the ability to get full light brightness instantly (no warm-up or restrike time)


New energy saving lighting systems may qualify for Carbon Trust financial assistance. A business may be able to avoid making any capital outlay, only paying as savings are made. This allows capital equipment budgets to be reserved for other onsite upgrades.

Niceic Electricians

We can't over state the importance of employing an approved contractor to homeowners. Aside from the assurance of safety and competence of work, additional benefits to the consumer include guaranteed compliance with building regulations, an insurance-backed warranty and access to an independent complaints procedure, should a problem arise.

Commercial Electricians

Our NICEIC approved commercial electricians are qualified to carry out maintenance, repair and installation works, for our commercial customers. All work is carried out in accordance with 17th edition IEE wiring regulations BS 7671:2008, and comply with Health & Safety regulations under the Electricity at Works Regulations 1989. Our bespoke service is designed to work around your business. Outside working hours if required, at very little extra cost.

Domestic Electricians

Our Niceic approved Domestic Electrician are Part P registered. The law requires an electrician registered with a government-approved scheme, such as the one operated by NICEIC is used to carry out most electrical work in the home. After completion of any work your NICEIC registered electrician will issue you with an electrical safety certificate and a Compliance Certificate to confirm it meets the requirements of the Building Regulations.