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Commercial & Retail

Commercial Electricians carry out services across a broad variety of industries supporting 3 phase installations, maintenance and breakdowns across Norwich & Norfolk.

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What Elec-Tech Can Do

Commercial & Retail Testing


£395.00 + VAT

Commercial Electricians carry out work for shops, leisure centres, offices, art galleries and more. We’ve got the solution to match both the size of your premises and your budget. Our previous clients have also included public houses, car dealerships and hotels.

More than that, if you ever experience a problem with your electrical or lighting system we’ve got you covered: we are fault finding and breakdown specialists, and you can trust us to respond quickly whenever issues arise (usually within the hour). We understand how vital it is to keep your business running with the minimum amount of disruption possible.

Our other services include:

  • Installation of Dado trunking and 13 amp sockets for computers

  • Installation and relocation of CAT 5’E’ and CAT 6’ points for telephone and data

…but that’s only the beginning of what we offer.

If you have premises that require a new electrical system, or if your current electrical installation needs maintenance, contact us today.

"What do commercial electricians do?"

Commercial electricians carry out work in both new and existing business premises. We work with businesses looking to expand/begin their journey in new or existing premises by working with the customer and developing an electrical system suitable for the needs of the business. Commercial electricians can also help keep the electrical system in your business premises safe and reliable by undertaking testing/inspection at regular intervals and responding to callouts for general maintenance tasks. 

"What sort of jobs does a commercial electrician do?"

Commercial electricians will carry out a variety of tasks in a business premise with as little disruption to the running of the business as possible. This is easily achieved by good communication and planning with the clients prior to an appointment and on-site on that given day. Some examples of the many tasks a commercial electrician would be able to help you with are; Replacing a damaged socket, installing new LED lighting, portable appliance testing, fault finding, electrical testing of the installation, disconnection and reconnection of new equipment along with many other electrical tasks.

"Why do I need a commercial electrician?"

It is a good choice to use an electrician who has experience of working in a commercial environment as the demands of what a commercial client need will differ from a domestic client. A commercial electrician will have access to a different and more diverse range of tooling/plant/materials to complete jobs and on the whole, be more prepared and qualified to tackle any electrical task you require at your premises.

"Do commercial electricians need to be registered?"

All Electricians must be registered to a regulating organisation in order to sign off any work they complete. Here at Elec-Tech, we are a member of the following:

NICEIC - National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting

CHAS - Contractors Health and Safety Scheme 

"What qualifications should a Commercial Electrician have?"

Our electricians are fully qualified and have at least Level 3 NVQ in electrotechnical services/installations/maintenance, AM2 practical assessment, Regulation update certificate (18th edition), IPAF-Powered access qualification and Testing and inspection qualifications. 

"What is the difference between a Commercial Electrician and a Domestic Electrician?"

A Commercial electrician will be more experienced in a wider variety of cable types and containment systems than would be used by a domestic electrician. A commercial electrician will be capable of safe installation and maintaining 3phase equipment and circuits. They will be able to comply and complete any paperwork you require prior to work beginning on-site. The risk of working in a commercial premiss is much larger than that of domestic premises, commercial electricians insurance is designed to be better to cover this aspect of work.

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