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From your thread HHD, not many people are registered, unless they just can't be arsed to voteThere's been a few of these Sintra. http://www.electriciansforums.co.uk/threads/who-are-you-registered-with.109519/
Considering there are just over 57 thousand registered members you would have thought that threads like this one would have more results. Maybe most people just can't be arsed voting....From your thread HHD, not many people are registered, unless they just can't be arsed to vote
With "Which? Trusted Traders" jumping on the bandwagon - claiming to represent "the best" - when they actually represent only anyone who will pay them money, and relying on the public (mis)perception that they are an independent champion of the people - it's a bit like them saying: "pay-up or we'll break yer legs!!!"This is the big problem, the Electrical industry is baffling even to us so when the customer is bombarded with advice from several bodies and websites trying to ensure you use there services then this what happens, I was asked if I was part P once to work in a factory on the machinery, I chuckled and explained, we need 1 non profit body to look over everyone like it used to be with the NICEIC before it turned into a profit based scheme provider.
Changed from Elecsa to Stroma at end of last year. No problems.i was with elecsa but I'm looking to join stroma now as have heard good things, anybody with them now had good experiences with them?
Hey, hows it going in Spain? Just got back from a weeks holiday in Benidorm last weekI voted none, mainly because I have been living and working in Spain for the last 14 years and probably should not even be on this forum.
Very few of those bodies ring any bells with me so I assume that they have appeared during those 14 years.
Do enjoy keeping up with things back there though while working with very different installations down here.
Fudgit and Scarper is me: Fudgit & Scarper - passionate about pipes - http://www.fudgitandscarper.co.uk
Ditto me too.Stroma, having moved from Elecsa after they got assimilated into the borg.
I understand the need/desire for trade accreditation/membership but most if not all of these organisations are parasitic with fancy offices filled with people drinking coffee all day paid for by the likes of us.
Here you go:
Of course you can. You can do just about anything but install a new consumer unit or a whole new circuit, and a couple of items like work in the vanishingly small zones in a bathroom.Now I'm not allowed to install a s/o at home.
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