Damaged socket or light switch? Immersion heater packed up? Light fitting come loose? With my

background in electrical maintenance, getting to the bottom of a problem in order to make

equipment operational and safe again is my number one goal. Whatever the problem, you can

book me in to make it good and help you to find a suitable replacement where necessary.

I am a local domestic electrician based in Ripley Derbyshire, so can easily tackle jobs in

surrounding towns such as Codnor, Ilkeston, Heanor, Alfreton, Belper, Duffield, Crich, Eastwood,

Selston etc.

Will you provide a certificate to follow up?

The requirement for certification following repair work, depends on the nature of the actual work

done. Replacement of an accessory, such as a socket front or a light switch, does not require any

new paperwork, as previous inspection and testing of your home’s electrics, as a whole, should

have confirmed that everything has been designed and installed correctly. After such repair work

has been carried out, the design will still be the same, so your existing certificates remain valid.

Hence, I would not charge you for paperwork you don’t need. It is however, highly advisable to

employ a professional electrician to do the job, who is aware of any regulations that may apply in

the specific situation and has the competence to safely carry out work of a high standard. Also, if

you don’t have any existing paperwork and are concerned about the safety of your electrics

generally, then you should ask for an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR), which

involves complete inspection and testing to highlight any existing safety concerns. Of course,

every electrician has a duty of care to make you aware of any present danger that they see,

regardless of the task in hand. More extensive repair work than that described above may call for a

minor works certificate, to verify that the new wiring etc. is safe, following previous damage and

the subsequent repairs.

What do you charge?

My minimum call-out charge for repair work is £30, for replacement of a broken plug socket within

a 3 mile radius from my business address as an example. The price would increase proportionally

with the distance travelled, extent of the work and any additional material costs.

See my frequently asked questions >

Andrew Rogers Electrical, 176 Nottingham Road, Ripley, Derbyshire, DE5 3AY

Home electrics repair service

Andrew Rogers Electrical

176 Nottingham Road

Ripley

Derbyshire

DE5 3AY

07763 851815
07763 851815

Damaged socket or light switch? Immersion heater

packed up? Light fitting come loose? With my

background in electrical maintenance, getting to the

bottom of a problem in order to make equipment

operational and safe again is my number one goal.

Whatever the problem, you can book me in to make it

good and help you to find a suitable replacement

where necessary.

I am a local domestic electrician based in Ripley

Derbyshire, so can easily tackle jobs in surrounding

towns such as Codnor, Ilkeston, Heanor, Alfreton,

Belper, Duffield, Crich, Eastwood, Selston etc.

Will you provide a certificate to follow up?

The requirement for certification following repair

work, depends on the nature of the actual work done.

Replacement of an accessory, such as a socket front

or a light switch, does not require any new

paperwork, as previous inspection and testing of

your home’s electrics, as a whole, should have

confirmed that everything has been designed and

installed correctly. After such repair work has been

carried out, the design will still be the same, so your

existing certificates remain valid. Hence, I would not

charge you for paperwork you don’t need. It is

however, highly advisable to employ a professional

electrician to do the job, who is aware of any

regulations that may apply in the specific situation

and has the competence to safely carry out work of a

high standard. Also, if you don’t have any existing

paperwork and are concerned about the safety of

your electrics generally, then you should ask for an

Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR), which

involves complete inspection and testing to highlight

any existing safety concerns. Of course, every

electrician has a duty of care to make you aware of

any present danger that they see, regardless of the

task in hand. More extensive repair work than that

described above may call for a minor works

certificate, to verify that the new wiring etc. is safe,

following previous damage and the subsequent

repairs.

What do you charge?

My minimum call-out charge for repair work is £30,

for replacement of a broken plug socket within a 3

mile radius from my business address as an example.

The price would increase proportionally with the

distance travelled, extent of the work and any

additional material costs.

See my frequently asked

questions >

Home electrics repair service