ETA Electrical Services Ltd is a NICEIC approved contractor providing an extensive range of electrical services to businesses, organisations and homeowners across the Basingstoke and Hampshire area.
We offer an excellent standard of workmanship and customer service with competitive prices, which means that genuine value is delivered to all of our clients. As a specialist electrical contractor, we have the experience and expertise to handle a range of works, from large multi sited contracts to smaller reactive jobs. Our engineers are all qualified to the 17th edition as certified by the Institute of Electrical Engineers, ensuring that our work is carried out to the highest standards and in compliance with the current British Regulations.
Our services are tailored to suit the specific needs of our clients. We can offer you a FREE pre site survey with one of our company directors, where we can discuss your exact requirements and provide you with a no obligation quote.
Electrical Installation - As an NICEIC approved contractor we can design, supply, install, commission and maintain a wide variety of electrical systems, all in accordance with BS:7671.
Fire Alarm Services - Our specialist fire alarm team can install and maintain all types of fire alarm system including conventional, addressable and wireless. All of the work that we carry out on fire alarm systems is compliant with the current BS:5839-1 regulations, and we provide certification for all areas of our work including design, installation, maintenance and servicing.
Testing and Inspecting - Our qualified engineers carry out all testing and inspections in accordance with BS:7671. Following the testing, we will provide a full report on the condition of the electrical installation, along with a quotation to remedy any defects found. We will always propose the most cost effective solutions.
PAT Testing - Our engineers use the very latest test equipment which is calibrated on a regular basis, producing a detailed schedule of results. With the relevant PAT test records in place it would ensure compliance with the Electricity at Work Regulations of 1989.