1. J

    Commercial New Member, Looking for professional help regarding GN3 and On-site guide.

    Good Morning all, I am a new member, initially drawn to the forums by the technical help given by you guys and any potential help I may be able to offer. I am currently doing my AM2, (After 8 years in the industry) As I believe that I need all my papers up to date for the way the industry is...
  2. J

    RS Solutions Mainslink 500m wireless mains to mains discount code

    Hi Guys, New to the forum, so first post. I need to purchase one of these Mainslink 500 m wireless jobies as communications cable between boiler and central heating has been cut and instead of re-running the cable, this seems to do the job. Has anyone used one of these Mainslink wireless...
  3. sevuk

    Insurance, specifically professional indemnity

    I'm insured with Direct Line for Public Liability, they don't treat church steeples as a hazardous location which is useful to me. However their professional indemnity insurance doesn't appear to cover doing any electrical installation condition reporting, which is part of what I do. Any...
  4. louislouis

    Professional Advice needed Re. Condemned Wiring

    Hello Electricians I'm after some general but professional advice, figured this forum would be a good place to ask and would really appreciate some help. My ex-partner recently mentioned in conversation they had an electrician round to look at changing some light fittings for ascetic reasons...
  5. I

    Letter in Professional Electrician Magazine

    Read a letter about the failings of Part P in Professional Electrician magazine today. It was written by a "Pete" who uses an electrical forum and has over 50 years experience.... I wonder if it's who I think it is??? Anyway, a very well written letter, thank you Pete! :)
  6. P

    Aren't professional photographers great.

    Saw an article on BBC news site today that a photographer took 2 million photos of President Obama during his time in office. 2 million? That means if you looked at each photo for 2 seconds, 24 hours a day it would take month to look at them. How on earth can you be classed as a real...
  7. Adie moore

    artical in professional electrician

    this goes against my understanding, but I could be wrong. it is a price about kitchen installations. it states, when talking about cooker circuits "The circuit should be designed for the stated load current without applying diversity". ie. no 10A + 30% of remaining + 5A for a socket. I don't...
  8. C

    Looking for professional and qualified electrician for Ring Doorbell

    Hello, Looking for a qualified and professional electrician to fit Ring Video Doorbell Pro for London residential address. Thank you.
  9. G

    Bosch Professional User Forum

    Anyone else attending this tomorrow? Or, anyone use/not use Bosch Pro tools and have any feedback, questions or suggestions I can pass on/ask?
  10. A

    Professional indemnity insurance

    Hi Every one I have till now certified my own work and issued the certs as required but now have a job that requires to certify third party work. I have inquired from NAPIT and they want a fee and also require Indemnity Insurance of £250K (minimum).Spoke to STORMA and the person told me that...
  11. Lou

    JM Electrical Services Ltd

    J. M. Electrical Services are an established company with over 20 years experience, in providing professional approved electricians covering Bedford, Milton Keynes, Northampton and the nearby surrounding areas. We are a professional electrical company, that provide high quality, competitive...
  12. Dan

    Puma store to tile .professional tiler to assist tiler and labourer. 25 th Feb. Good...

    Puma store to tile .professional tiler to assist tiler and labourer. 25 th Feb. Good remuneration advice reviews and feedback 2017 This is one of several shop fitting contracts.professional tiler required to assist. Good remuneration Commencing 25th feb Are you a DIYer? find a free diy advice...
  13. Dan

    Rubi TX 700 professional tile cutter

    Rubi TX 700 professional tile cutter advice reviews and feedback 2017 In great condition and full working order comes with carry case. The Rubi TX-700 will cut all Ceramic tiles with ease and Porcelain tiles up to 20mm thick. The high performance reinforced... Rubi TX 700 professional tile...
  14. Lou

    Fairways Electrical & Property Services

    When we have finished your electrical job we will have tidied and vacuumed, explained everything clearly and made a fantastic addition to your home or workplace. We hope that through our professional and wholehearted approach you will want to keep our details for any future problems that may...
  15. charlie76

    Domestic Unknown installation method

    Evening guys and gals. On your generic schedule of test results after completing a consumer unit swap, what do you put for installation method if you are unsure. For instance, the house I have completed today is all stud wall, it didnt appear to contain rock wool to the internal walls but it...
  16. Dan

    Which magazines do you subscribe to?

    Which magazines do you nerdy sparks subscribe to, if any at all?
  17. B

    PL & PI Insurance Northern Ireland

    Hi guys, does anyone know a good insurer who covers Northern Ireland for £2 million public liability and £50,000 professional indemnity? I've always had public liability at £2 million but have started doing quite a few EICR's this year so thinking i need professional indemnity as well. Do you...
  18. Hellmooth

    Info for Nic assessment

    Hi, does anyone have a link for a customer complaints procedure sheet? Need to download one for my assessment tomorrow.......origanised as always lol!
  19. K

    which 18v cordless drill/driver.. ??

    hi all, looking at drill/drivers, wat do u all use.. ang good deals out there
  20. M

    Socket set purchase for newbie sparky?

    Hi guys im currently starting my nvq 3 and am starting to buy some hand tools gradually. For my next purchase I want to buy a basic socket set that I can use on panels when using lugs etc or fixing equipment down! Can anyone recommend one please? I've seen this online but would it be any good...