We all know how it is, you need an electrician and you start looking online or through the phone book, theres hundreds of electricians in Nottingham and the East Midlands claiming to do your work cheap and quickly, but which one to choose?
Using a qualified and accredited electrician can give you safety in the knowledge that that know what they’re doing, are properly vetted and their practices assessed regularly to insure they keep a high standard of work. At Bit4 we are proud to say we are accredited by NAPIT, (National Association for Professional Inspectors and Testers) under a UKAS accredited scheme.
All of our electricians have been assessed by NAPIT and our business processes checked to ensure they meet NAPIT standards every year, assuring a first class service to you. All registered work, completed by us, is backed by NAPIT’s 6-year guarantee.
Heres just a few reasons why you should use NAPIT qualified electricians like Bit4:
You know exactly who is working for you…
Every NAPIT professional carries an identity card which shows who they are and what work they are qualified to carry out.
Guarantees you can trust…
NAPIT Members carrying out domestic work in the UK can also be part of the Government Trustmark scheme. This gives you the assurance that the work will be carried to a professional standard. TrustMark signifies that a business has insurance, good health and safety practices – and proper dealings with customers. NAPIT carries out regular checks on the quality of work, trading practices and customer satisfaction. This is not mandatory to every NAPIT member, however, it is encouraged as an added benefit to both members and the public to re-enforce good working practices.
Work Quality Guarantee for your peace of mind…
All work that is completed under a written contract and is notified to NAPIT is covered by a Work Quality Guarantee. In the event that your tradesperson is no longer in business, NAPIT provides a warranty to ensure that your installation will comply with the appropriate industry standards for six-years from the date of completion.