There is no charge to visit you within West Oxfordshire, North Wiltshire or East Gloucestershire in order to discuss a project or to provide a no-obligation quotation. Where pricing hasn’t been quoted beforehand for a set piece of work or where fault finding is required, the following hourly/part hourly guide prices are likely to apply.
Weekdays (first hour)
Scheduled work during weekday hours will be based on this rate for the first hour/part hour unless a fixed price has been quoted beforehand. Material costs are not included in this price,
Weekdays (subsequent hours)
After the first hour, the rate for subsequent hours/part hours drops for scheduled work unless a fixed price has been quoted beforehand. Material costs are not included in this price.
Emergency (any hour)
The emergency hourly/part hourly charge will apply whenever a quick response is required or after 6pm weekdays or weekends. Material costs are not included in this price.
These prices are based on man-hours with myself and my apprentice attending any given call-out. A final invoice will break down the manpower into rates based on the above. Rates are subject to change without notice. Always check this page for the current rate when booking new work.
The ‘subsequent hours’ rate relates to additional hours performed for work under a particular job reference number. If other work is subsequently booked which is unrelated to the original job, then the initial hour rate will again apply to that new job.
If you’re booking an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR), aka Periodic Inspection / Landlord Certificate, domestic EICR’s are currently priced at £144 for the first six circuits, then £17 per subsequent circuit thereafter. PAT testing is charged at£2 per item at time of EICR.
All prices are subject to VAT at current rate.
I can guarantee an honest report and a proper job unlike others who offer this service cheaply in order to make up unnecessary remedial work to cover their costs.
Accepted payment methods
Invoices are payable upon presentation with the preferred payment method being bank transfer (BACS). Alternative payment methods are cash, or cedit/debit card which can be processed on site using a portable card terminal or online using a virtual terminal. There are no discounts for cash, and there are no surcharges for credit/debit card payments.