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5.0 overall (out of 28 reviews)

Very professional posted 10/09/2021

Good communication and very thorough in all work carried out

Good communication and very thorough in all work carried out

5/5

Time Management: 5

Friendly Rating: 5

Tidiness: 5

Value Rating: 5

Excellent in every way. posted 28/06/2021

Ivan is professional, knowledgeable and takes a pride in a job done well.

Ivan is professional, knowledgeable and takes a pride in a job done well.

5/5

Time Management: 5

Friendly Rating: 5

Tidiness: 5

Value Rating: 5

Friendly, Professional, Quality Work. posted 19/06/2021

From first contact to job completion we have been super-impressed by the service...

From first contact to job completion we have been super-impressed by the service we have received from Consider It Done. Patiently explaining options and giving advice, taking less time than anticipated and reducing invoice appropriately, punctual, neat & tidy, not at all intrusive while working around the house and quite simply a nice, decent chap. Cannot fault the work and the company name says it all. Well done and thank you.

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5/5

Time Management: 5

Friendly Rating: 5

Tidiness: 5

Value Rating: 5

Excellent experience, highly recommended posted 15/06/2021

Ivan is prompt, efficient, friendly and knowledgeable, all at very reasonable ra...

Ivan is prompt, efficient, friendly and knowledgeable, all at very reasonable rates. Will definitely use again and recommend.

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5/5

Time Management: 5

Friendly Rating: 5

Tidiness: 5

Value Rating: 5

Perfect & professional service posted 20/02/2021

Very impressed with the service. Everything was left clean afterwards as well. A...

Very impressed with the service. Everything was left clean afterwards as well. A professional through and through, fully recommended.

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5/5

Time Management: 5

Friendly Rating: 5

Tidiness: 5

Value Rating: 5

Very tidy, efficient and polite posted 07/02/2021

Various electrical works around the house including sockets, lights & general.

Various electrical works around the house including sockets, lights & general.

5/5

Time Management: 5

Friendly Rating: 5

Tidiness: 5

Value Rating: 5

Came to the rescue at very short notice and fixed the problem very efficiently posted 18/01/2021

Ivan was able to get out to us at very short notice on a weekend after I had acc...

Ivan was able to get out to us at very short notice on a weekend after I had accidently drilled through a cable which had cut off the power in half of the house. He explained the possible solutions and what each might entail, depending on what he found when investigating. The solution found resulted in minimal disruption or damage to the wall. He left everything spotless and managed to get the carpet back down, you would barely know there had been any work done. He was also a very pleasant and amenable gentleman. Many thanks to Ivan. Highly recommended.

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Time Management: 5

Friendly Rating: 5

Tidiness: 5

Value Rating: 5

Very satisfied posted 10/12/2020

The second job that Ivan has done for me and both exemplary. Good value and hig...

The second job that Ivan has done for me and both exemplary. Good value and high standard of work.

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5/5

Time Management: 5

Friendly Rating: 5

Tidiness: 5

Value Rating: 5

Difficult job done well - we will use the trader again posted 21/07/2020

good service, prompt and friendly. difficult job in confined space done well. 1...

good service, prompt and friendly. difficult job in confined space done well. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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5/5

Time Management: 5

Friendly Rating: 5

Tidiness: 5

Value Rating: 5

About Consider it Done Electrical Services

Available from Monday to Friday (Saturdays and Sundays by appointment) Consider it Done Electrical Services offers a personal approach to all work, whilst aiming for lower prices, will not cut on standards and quality of work. (see website for additional information,)12 months guarantee on workmanship and up to a further 6 years free, from NICEIC via the Platinum Promise.
Consider it done is also fully insured.
Member of NICEIC Approved contractor scheme and City and Guilds qualified.
Able to offer installation, inspection and testing (including periodic inspection/condition reports; also known as landlord reports).
Covering such areas as Consumer Unit inspection/testing and or replacement, additional plug sockets, light fittings and related switches fault finding and fixing. outdoor lighting/sockets etc. If its an electrical problem Consider it Done will endeavour to help.
No job is considered too small.

Consider it Done Electrical Services Skills

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Electrician

Electrical Inspections / Tests

Outdoor Lighting & Power

Indoor Lighting & Power

Consider it Done Electrical Services Accreditations

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NIC EIC Approved Contractor

Approved Contractor Scheme, Domestic Installer Scheme - BS 7671

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What is an electrical installation condition report?

An Electrical Installation Condition Report is a document created following a periodic inspection of an electrical installation. The report records a series of visual checks including a sample of the internal wiring of sockets, switches light fittings etc. There are also a full schedule of tests of supply and circuits recording results of tests relating to such things as earthing, how fast an RCD will trip and such like. The report records any observations made that relate to how safe the installation is and if it's safe for continued use. The lowest level of observation is if something is not compliant with current regulations. The other level are: requires further investigation, likely to cause danger, immediate danger. It's overall purpose is to give an overview of safety. I have heard it described as like an MOT for an electrical installation.

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What does a consumer unit / fuse board do?

A consumer unit, is the modern name of the fuse board as many people would describe it. In the simplest of terms it is a way of affording levels of safety into the electrical circuits within an installation. Using the term installation as it could be in a house, warehouse, factory, shop, outside swimming pool, just about anywhere electricity is needed in fact. Most people are familiar with how appliances have a fuse in the plug which blows if the item is faulty or becomes overloaded. Well a consumer unit takes things to levels above this. Each circuit has its own protection and this can be through one or more devices. The most basic protection on a single circuit would be a circuit breaker, offering over-current protection (like a fuse for overloads of a circuit and such); they also afford thermal protection to some degree. The next item within a consumer unit would be the RCD, this device offers another level of protection and will often be found protecting one or several circuits. An RCD protects by monitoring how much current entering the circuits it protects and how much returns. Should there be an imbalance, where more returns than was originally monitored entering, the RCD will trip, cutting power to the protected circuits. Likewise, if there is less or no current returns through the RCD (such as if a cable is damaged or cut) then it will trip. The circuit breaker and RCD may also be found as a combined unit called an RCBO, but it works in the same way as those I've described but are combined for each circuit. These are the basic items found in a consumer unit all enclosed in a metal casing or enclosure. But, recently added to that you may also find a surge protection device within the consume unit. These items of which there is usually one are designed to protect the whole installation against a surge of power, be it from a natural event such as lightening or from heavy switching currents or maybe even a problem from the supply to the installation. They offer protection to sensitive electrical or electronic equipment connected to the installation. Finally, another new addition to the consumer unit family are AFDD or Arc fault detection devices. Again to describe in there simplest terms, they detect where the is an arc occurring within a single circuit (there would be an AFDD for each circuit requiring protection) . Such a fault , just to give some examples, could be a loose or broken wire or cable or a broken connection within accessories or junction boxes. But AFDD's and Surge protection devices are not quite common place within domestic environments as yet, but you may find them. So, as you can see the consumer units purpose is to bring together various individual protective devices to keep the installation and the people using it safer.

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How do outside light sensors work?

There are generally three ways that outside light sensors work. These being motion, heat and light. The photocell sensor is the simplest, this switches the light on when a certain level of darkness is reached and then off when light, usually daylight returns. The most common type of motion sensor is Passive Infra red or PIR. This type of sensor operates when sensing a moving heat source, they are effective but can become a nuisance when sensing small animals within the detection area. Another type of motion sensor that is available, but still quite expensive, is microwave. These sensor are used in similar ways to the PIR, but can be consealed within a light fitting and not requiring the little opaque plastic window. All of these types of sensor can have controls which vary their sensitivity, but the principle remains the same.

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Phone: 01788 336872

Mobile Phone: 07531786059

Website: www.consideritdonelectricalservices.co.uk

Address: Rugby, Warwickshire , CV22 5JZ