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- Quote Accuracy
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421 Total Reviews
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Sockets in hallway plus a light fitting10Verified Review
Jeff turned up when he said he would and was tidy and courteousLocation: GU19
A good job done!!!10
I was very pleased with the quality and kindness of Mr Patrick. Excellent service I highly recommend !!!Location: GU16
Renewing wire to emersion and putting it into a spur socket.10Verified Review
We rang Jeff and he came round within an hour and the quote was received by email the same day. Arrived on the day and time he said he would and completed the work in a most efficient way. Extremely tidy and thorough and very professional. Would certainly recommend. BobLocation: GU15
Rcd failure10Verified Review
Diagnosed the problem very quickly and pointed us to the right solution.Location: GU27
Small electrical job10Verified Review
Jeff is very courteous and friendly. He responds quickly to any requests and does the job without any fuss and for the price quoted. He is a reliable tradesman and I fully recommend him.Location: GU27
Fitting a track light10Verified Review
Excellent job done with courtesy and perfectionLocation: GU18
- OwnerMr Jeff Patrick
- Member Since2009
- Public Liability InsuranceSelf-Certified
- Checkatrade T&C'sSigned
- Company typeLtd Company
I started in the electrical industry straight from school in 1986, serving a 5 year apprenticeship, which included 3 years at college for one day a week, culminating in achieving my City & Guilds qualifications for the 15th edition of BS7671 electrical wiring regulations.
Throughout my apprenticeship I was guided by men who already had many years experience within the industry, and back then firms did not seem in such a rush to get things done, so I was able to try and try again until I had mastered the job which had been set for me.
At eighteen I was selected for the maintenance team at the 1988 Farnborough air show, which was very exciting.
I decided to go self-employed quite quickly, and mainly sub-contracted to firms so that I could continue learning. By the age of 23 I was employing up to six men (on a self-employed basis) and carrying out quite substantial works alongside all my domestic rewires etc. For example, we rewired British Telecom' s head offices in Reading.
I also carried out all the electrical maintenance for several local factories; including Dennis Specialist Vehicles (they're the fire engine people) and Dzus Fasteners in Farnham. The domestic works continued to come in thick and fast keeping me and my employee at the time (Martin) very busy.
In 1998 I returned to college and passed the exam for the newly published 16th edition of BS7671 electrical wiring regulations.
In 2000 we completed the major refurbishment of two factories for the Camberley based Farnborough Metal Finishing, and I received news that I had been granted permission to work in Australia. I went there specifically to catch the tail end of the Olympic games works, mainly maintenance at that late stage, but I also set up as self-employed again and gained many interesting contracts, (Toni & Guy hair salon fit outs, and large new build houses) for example. We ended up staying in Australia for six years, returning in 2006.
When I returned, I almost immediately set up Jeff Patrick Electrical and quickly gained membership to the NICEIC as a qualified supervisor, allowing me to self-certify my work under Part P of the building regulations.
In 2008, I returned to college and passed the exams for the newly published 17th edition of BS7671 electrical wiring regulations.
In January 2019 I achieved a 95% pass mark in the exam for the newly published 18th edition of BS7671 electrical wiring regulations.
I now prefer to concentrate my time on domestic works, and as you will hopefully see from my customer feedback reviews I take great pride in my work.
Many thanks for looking at my pages, and don't forget to check out my website for lots of useful information.
Accreditations and awards
City and Guilds