Whatever the problem we are able to help. We deal with all electrical issues including:
We have been shortlisted for awards at both the 2014 and 2015 South West Built Environment Awards including SME of the year.
Our operatives and work practices are closely examined each year by the below organisations. Our company is certified to provide a high standard of work.
BPM are an established electrical company and have over 30 years experience. We cover all of Bath and the South West. We are reliable, professional and offer a service that is value for money.
We operate 24 hours a day 365 days of the year. We pride ourselves on providing a friendly service delivered in a professional manner.
Our reputation is vital to us and we aim to ensure standards of both work and customer service are of the highest standard in order to protect this. Please take a look at our testimonials which we believe reflect the high standards we work to.
We will always do our very best to ensure a speedy response if you have an emergency.
For businesses we are able to provide maintenance contracts with 24/7 cover.
It is vital that properties are tested at regular intervals to assess the condition of the fixed wiring installation. For domestic households this will typically be at 5 yearly intervals but may vary. For commercial properties it will depend on the use and age of the installation but is likely to be between annually and every 3 years.
Figures supplied by Government show that electricity causes in excess of 20,000 fires a year - about half of all accidental house fires (Source: DCLF).
Every year 70 people are killed and 350,000 seriously injured as a result of an electrical accident in the home (Source: ESC).
In addition there are about 12,500 electrical fires every year in homes across the UK. Many of the incidents are the result of faulty appliances but a properly installed and well-maintained electrical system could save lives.
Advice on electrical safty can be found by following the below link:
Just in case you feel you need a translator to speak to your Bath Electrician here's a little help!
British Standard BS 7671 –this is also known as the IEE (Institute of Electrical Engineering) wiring regulations. BS 7671 gives the requirements for electrical installations and is the standard all NICEIC contractors are assessed against. All NICEIC electrical contractors and their employees must meet this national safety standard.
The full name for an RCD is a residual current device. An RCD is a device that is designed to save life by preventing fatal electric shocks when a person touches something that is live like a bare wire. It also provides some protection against electrical fires. RCDs offer protection to people that ordinary circuit-breakers cannot and a vital part of the protection of electrical installations.