MJC electrical have more than just electricians services to offer in and around the Huddersfield area, we also offer CCTV, burglar alarms, pat testing and a full range of electrical services in and around the Huddersfield area.
MJC Electrical are Part P registered electricians registered with the Niceic, so any work that is carried out that requires a part p certificate will be certified and registered with your local council through the part p scheme. To book an electrician. Call 07796 261085
MJC Electrical offer emergency call outs for electrical faults in Huddersfield, so if you have an electrical fault in or arround the huddersfield area then give MJC electrical a call on 07796 261085 and we will send a qualified electrician out to your fault and get you up and running again.
MJC Electrical have a team of electricians covering huddersfield and surrounding areas offering services such as extra sockets, outdoor sockets, lighting, security lighting, rewires, pat testing, CCTV and alarms, so if you need an electrician in the huddersfield and surrounding areas then call MJC Electrical a call on 07796 261085 to book a MJC electrical electrician
I was in the electrical wholesalers yesterday and a man came in and was asking the sales person if a certain cunsumer unit board would meet the regulations of 17th Edition, I presumed he had been asked to call in by the electrician to pick this up, being an electrician myself I advised that this was a 17th edition consumer unit board and would meet the requirements for the 17th edition, as the conversation carried on it was quiet clear he was calling himself an electrician and he was planning to install this board for his assement for Part P, I thought if you don’t even know what a 17th edition board is how the hell are you supposed to fit one, I am currently a member of the NICEIC and he was planning on joining Elecsa, when I said to him I would join the NICEIC if I was him the answer he came back with, was, “I have heard that the NICEIC are a lot harder to get in with but Elecsa are a lot easier”.
I thought, I can’t believe that people with no knowledge are getting let out there to perform electric work in customers homes, people are surely going to get hurt and his final thing was he had just got a contract to carry out work on council houses around the Huddersfield area carrying out rewires etc, so watch out Huddersfield for great electricians.
My final advice would be always use a NICEIC registered electrician as the electricians that don’t know there stuff are obviously staying away from the NICEIC as their standards are higher than all other Part P governing bodies.
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.
The kitchen is the heart of the home where families and friends come to meet and eat but dirty and chaotic kitchens are not just a health hazard – they can also be a fire risk. Almost 13,000  fires each year arise from the misuse of, and faults with, electrical cooking appliances.
Leading safety charity, the Electrical Safety Council (ESC) warns that over half of all accidental fires in UK homes – that’s more than 20,000 per year  – are caused by people’s casual attitude to electrical safety and misuse of electrical appliances.
“In our opinion – which is shared by the fire and rescue professionals we consulted – a considerable number of kitchen fires occur through a casual attitude to cleaning and safety in kitchens,” explains Martyn Allen, Head of Technical Development at the ESC. “And our research also indicates that over a quarter of Britons suspect at least one of their electrical appliances is faulty .”
Housekeeping guru Aggie MacKenzie agrees: “Allowing food and fat deposits to build up on cookers – or trailing leads across them – and using the tops of microwaves as extra storage and forgetting to remove things like tea towels draped over them, can all pose a safety risk. So clean up your act – or you could end up burning a lot more than your toast!”
“We live in an electric world, so it is understandable that people tend to take electricity for granted”, adds Martyn. “But that doesn’t mean we can forget basic safety precautions. And with an ever-increasing number of electric gadgets and cooking tools coming on to the market, we need to be a bit more safety conscious.”
Here’s the ESC’s three top tips for reducing the risk of an electrical fire in your home:
- Keep electrical appliances , particularly kitchen items such as cookers and microwaves, clean and free from grease.
- If an electrical appliance works erratically, has a flex or cable showing visible wear and tear, or you can smell burning when the appliance is in use, stop using it immediately.
- Avoid placing anything flammable too close to electric heaters, cookers or fires.