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tarmacadam

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Hello all, this is my first post and probably only really applies to any Scottish sparks out there.
My question,
What all exactly is involved in this electrical certification process, I know I find an approved certifier from the sbsa website....then what? and how much does it cost. Will they just observe work done, test and sign off or is this scheme to select them to do the work.
Can i not just do the work then have it tested by a spark.

Cheers in advance guys.
 
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lee mcgregor

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yes you could do that but to become select or niceic approved would save you alot of money in long run and also other approved sparks will tooth comb your work as to cover there own ass which is fair enough.prices will depend on size's of installation hope thats of some help:cool:
 
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