Approved Contractor or Domestic Installer

NICEIC Approved Contractor or Domestic Installer?

There is a difference between the two, and it is complicated as it deals with time, qualifications and the level of competency

The NICEIC has 2 schemes that they offer

The first scheme is the ‘Domestic installer scheme’

The second is the ‘Approved contractor scheme’

But what does it matter if you pick one over the other? Will the electrician be any better?

Is getting a Professional Electrician really that important

Should you insist on a  professional electrician or builder?

Does it really matter? If they say they can do it...

And what should they give you when your project is finished?

You MUST read this to find out - it’s not just a bill

We all have works done from time to time on our home, whether it be a new socket behind the TV or an extension. These works improve our home life and our property’s value.

Why you should be choosing an NICEIC Approved contractor when selecting your local electrican

Why use an NICEIC Approved contractor when selecting you electrician?


The majority of my customers don’t understand what Part P registered actually means. However most customers have heard of the NICEIC and feel these ‘letters’ mean something good and they should look for them when searching for an electrician.