Rewrite sockets in kitchen, cooker point, under cupboard lights
In my opinion the lights under the cupboard were not wired correctly and back boxes on sockets not earthed. He did a joint in cable which was due to be plastered in the wall. On checking joint found earth was not connected. As a qualified electrician I rectified these problems myself as I felt his work could not be trusted.
18 October 2013
Response from Wimborne Electrical Services:
We would like to thank you for your comments and were sorry you feel this way, however the under cupboard lights were wired in a 100% correct way and unfortunately you would of liked them wired differently, which we offered to do and you refused and replied that you were happy. The joint that was made in the wall was a permanent crimped joint and insulated again this was fully to current regulations, however you said that you wanted the cable completely replaced which again we offered although it wasn't what we were paid to do by the kitchen company. Any electrician knows that if you pull the tape and heat shrink wrap from crimped joints they may become loose. Back boxes with plastic sockets do not need to be earthed with a fly lead as the screws that go through the sockets earth. We feel you should of taken your complaint to the company you instructed to complete your kitchen.