About me

Why choose Sparkrites Electrical Services?

My competitive pricing covers the standard stuff any legitimate electrical tradesperson would provide such as BS7671 and Part-P certification where applicable, public liability/professional indemnity insurance during works, Competent Person Scheme protection via Stroma,however my pricing also includes all the following extras…

A 24 month guarantee on supplied parts and installation methods
A no-nonsense guarantee for two years on all non-consumable parts I supply and install.

Personalised service

My attention to detail to ensures your specific requirements are met. You’ll be dealing with someone who will perform the planning, purchasing and installation work on your project, so you can ensure you get the result you want without the cost of additional staffing overheads or the risk of communication breakdowns inherent with a larger firm.

My best practice promise

A guarantee of no unnecessary work and no jargon. Any concerns I discover on an existing installation outside of work I’ve been hired to perform will be put to you clearly explaining the issue and why it should be resolved. If you’re unsure, you can contact Stroma, the Competent Persons Scheme which oversees my work, and have them verify my findings.

Registered Competent Person

I am a member of the Registered Competent Person (Electrical) scheme (formally the ElectricSafe Register) via my status with Stroma as an Approved Contractor.

Fully insured

I hold both professional indemnity and public liability insurance.

Multiple levels of consumer protection

My pricing includes multiple avenues of consumer protection so you don’t need to worry about poor service. I never ask for upfront payments or cash on site; you only pay when you can see there is something delivered to pay for. My complaints procedure and 24 month warranty should ensure peace-of-mind, but further avenues of complaint are available through my membership of Stroma. For my complaints procedure click here

Qualified for the job you want done

Anyone can set themselves up as an electrician without having any qualifications, experience or accreditation. I hold City & Guilds Level 3 qualifications for the installation, verification, inspection and testing of electrical installations. My most recent/relevant qualifications are listed below.


City & Guilds 2360 Parts 1&2 – Electrical Installation

City & Guilds 2382 – Level 3 Requirements for Electrical Installations. (BS7671 2008)

City & Guilds 2391 – Level 3 Inspection, Testing and Certification of Electrical Installations

City & Guilds 2919-01 - Level 3 Domestic, Commercial & Industrial Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Installation