MJC Electrical have a team of electricians in and around the Huddersfield area, we are members of the niceic so you know that our electricians carry out work to the highest standards and all our jobs are covered by part p building regs, so if you need an electrician in the huddersfield or surrounding areas then call us on 07796 261085.
MJC Electrical supply and fit Aico hard wired interlinked smoke detectors / alarms in and around the Huddersfield area, to speak about your smoke alarm requirements in and around the huddersfield area call 07796 261085.
MJC Electrical are electricians based in huddersfield, running a team of electricians in and around the Huddersfield area, we offer a full range of electrical services from a extra socket to a full rewire also Pat Testing, CCTV and burglar alarms, to book a electrician in huddersfield or surrounding areas call 07796 261085
MJC Electrical offer installation, repairs and servicing on burglar alarms in and at round the Huddersfield area. To discuss you burglar alarm needs call 01484818180
MJC Electrical carry out PAT Testing in and around the Huddersfield and surrounding areas such as Halifax, Mirfield, Dewsbury, Wakefield, Bradford and Leeds, to discuss your pat testing needs call 01484818180
MJC Electrical offer rewires in Huddersfield at great prices and offer a quality service, even though we are based in huddersfield we carry out rewires in other areas such as Halifax, Mirfield, Dewsbury, Wakefield, Bradford and Leeds.
MJC Electrical install and maintain outside security lighting in huddersfield, to discuss you’re security lighting requirements call us on 01484818180
MJC Electrical are offering great prices on extra sockets in Huddersfield and surounding areas. Call 07796 261085 for a free quote.
MJC Electrical in Huddersfield are advising people to make sure there Burglar alarms and CCTV systems are working to there full potential as crime is on the up, if you dont have CCTV or an alarm then give us a call on 07796 261085 as people with CCTV and alarms are less likely to get targeted than a neighbour who does not have security systems in place.
With half of all domestic fires in the UK caused by electricity, leading safety charity, the Electrical Safety Council (ESC) has established an electrical fire prevention scheme and is now calling for funding applications.
The ESC’s funding initiative, which was launched in 2009 and funded 29 community safety projects, aims to reduce deaths and injuries from electrical fires across the country.
Applicants from local community services and organisations are invited to apply for up to £5,000 worth of funding for projects that play an active role in promoting and reducing the risk of electrical fires in their local community.
Last year’s award winners used their funding to develop a range of innovative electrical fire safety programmes. For example, Gloucestershire County Council’s Trading Standards Service tested the safety of goods bought online; and Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Services used ESC funding to support their ‘Junior Fire Safety Citizen Scheme’, where 10-11 year olds carried out a basic Home Fire Safety Check for an elderly person.
To apply for funding visit www.escfiresafety.org.uk. Funding applications close on Friday 16 July 2010.
* CLG Fire Statistics United Kingdom 2007