A new member joins the Humphreys Electrical team

Humphreys Electrical for electrical services with qualified electricians in Swindon

Recent growth and expansion means we’ve expanded our team to include Paul Bathe, our new Estimator. He will play a key role in how we manage large commercial and domestic projects and will further boost our ability to grow as a business.

We’re happy to welcome Paul to our enthusiastic team of professionals, his 40+ year career in the trade means further value will be added to Humphreys and what we are able to do for our customers.

 

Campaign promoting the use of NICEIC and ELECSA registered contractors reaches a record audience nearly 55 million

Niceic approved electrical contractor in Swindon and Oxford

Launched during the festive period last year, the Stay Safe at Christmas campaign warned the public about the electrical dangers that can arise around Christmas time and urged them to contact a registered electrician if they had any concerns.

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Display lighting for your commercial premises

Apple store

Lighting is an essential part of a customer’s journey when they enter a commercial environment, and the type of lighting is very important to ensure the right message and ambiance is created for the customer. Read more

Back to basics: Saving energy and money in your business this winter

Reduce Electricity Usage in your Swindon Business

Many businesses underestimate how much electricity they use on a month by month basis as well as how much they could save if they were to be more energy efficient.

Investing to save cash energy wise is growing in popularity among businesses, this week we’ve included some suggestions that will help owners save money and create a more pleasant working environment out of a few simple investments.

 

Timer Switches

With the best will in the world, all of us are guilty of forgetting to switch off certain electrical equipment at the end of the day. Did you know that even just a computer monitor left on overnight can waste enough electricity to laser print 500 pages?

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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year to Swindon Companies

Happy New Year from Karl, Mike and the team at Humphrey’s Electrical!

We look forward to meeting our existing customers in the coming year, along with those new customers we haven’t yet met and hope everyone has had a great Christmas.

To all of our existing customers, fellow tradesmen and suppliers; we wish a prosperous year for you all ahead!

Merry Christmas from Humphreys Electrical!

 

Christmas Wishes to all our electrical customers in Swindon & Oxford

The team at Humphreys Electrical wish you a Happy Christmas!

Winter is one of our busiest times of the year as we complete work for our clients before year end, look out for our latest projects early next year for an idea of the quality work we deliver.

Got electrical appliances for your office this Christmas? Don’t forget your PAT testing.

We’ll be back in the New Year, enjoy the festivities and time with your family.

Stay safe this Christmas

Safety at Christmas

We’re in that time of year again when the decorations are revived and we’re well into the festive season. However, after a year of being packed away, are you checking your electrical decorations as you should be?

 

Some simple checks this Christmas are important preventative steps to make sure are safe throughout this festive period.

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The importance of recommended and accredited electricians

NICEIC accredited and approved electricians in Swindon

Alarmingly, qualifications and accreditation’s are the one of the lowest priorities for consumers when they are choosing an electrician to carry out work.

Far from being just a piece of paper, qualifications and accreditation’s are incredibly important to ensure your contractor is going to complete your work to a high standard of quality and safety.

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Safety not complacency this Christmas

christmas safety

New research commission by NICEIC, the UK’s leading regulatory body for electricians has uncovered some disturbing statistics about the safety of our homes during the Christmas period.

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Protect your electrical equipment and your safety with an RCD

RCD

Residual Current Devices (RCDs) are used for extra safety as they detect most electrical faults and almost immediately cut of the electricity supply.

Supply cables are permanently protected if the RCD is built into the main supply or socket-outlet, speak to our team today to find out how we can make this possible in your business. An RCD works by constantly monitoring the flow of electricity, if it detects the electricity flowing down an unintended path, for example a person who has touched a live part, it will switch off the circuit rapidly, reducing the risk of serious injury or death.

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