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The electrician that renovated my house mortgage rewiring of the whole house (3 bedrooms semi detached) have refused to come complete the work (fan extractors uncompleted ) and the certificate for heating system inclusive of new boiler fixed. He says it takes 8 weeks for it to come through the post, we have not received anything going to 4 months now. He has refused to answer his calls. What can I do? I have paid him completely.
 
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Do they have any scheme registrations (NICEIC/STROMA/ELECSA) etc?

Did you contract the electrician directly or through a builder?
 

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Do they have any scheme registrations (NICEIC/STROMA/ELECSA) etc?

Did you contract the electrician directly or through a builder?
The only Electrical Safety Supervisory Body is the Register of Electrical Contractors of Ireland (RECI), also known under the brand of Safe Electric. They are prohibited from getting involved in commercial disputes however.

RE: the extractor fans, a Completion Certificate should not have been issued until the installation was actually complete. I'm not sure what you are referring to RE: certificate for heating system, however.

It is not unusual for a plumber/heating installer (e.g. RGI) to install heating controls as these are technically minor works once the REC installs the fused spur for these to connect into. I believe the Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) has confirmed that they believe that an RGI can wire heating controls in place of a REC so long as they don't install the fuse spur. (Unfortunately this isn't deal as plumbers are appalling at electrical wiring and typically commit numerous breaches of the Wiring Rules.)

Have you received a Completion Certificate for the works? If ESB involvement was required this will be a Cert No. 1 but if ESB involvement was not required then it will be a Cert No. 3
 

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The only Electrical Safety Supervisory Body is the Register of Electrical Contractors of Ireland (RECI), also known under the brand of Safe Electric. They are prohibited from getting involved in commercial disputes however.

RE: the extractor fans, a Completion Certificate should not have been issued until the installation was actually complete. I'm not sure what you are referring to RE: certificate for heating system, however.

It is not unusual for a plumber/heating installer (e.g. RGI) to install heating controls as these are technically minor works once the REC installs the fused spur for these to connect into. I believe the Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) has confirmed that they believe that an RGI can wire heating controls in place of a REC so long as they don't install the fuse spur. (Unfortunately this isn't deal as plumbers are appalling at electrical wiring and typically commit numerous breaches of the Wiring Rules.)

Have you received a Completion Certificate for the works? If ESB involvement was required this will be a Cert No. 1 but if ESB involvement was not required then it will be a Cert No. 3
The Ops profile says they are in Dudley, which, as far as I know, is still located just to the north west of Birmingham, England.
 

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The Ops profile says they are in Dudley, which, as far as I know, is still located just to the north west of Birmingham, England.
Apologies.

The flag over his avatar shows Ireland.

These flags appear to cause more confusion than clarity much of the time.
 
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