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  • "Chris from CPJ Electrics is a very approachable and knowledgeable electrician. He put in a new consumer unit for us and the work was first class with everything completed on time as previously discussed. His communication is excellent and he always returned calls and kept us informed throughout the process. I would thoroughly recommend CPJ to anyone looking for a good honest electrician."

    Roy Nutley
  • "Chris was recommended to us by a neighbour and did a couple of small electrical jobs for us - changing a dimmer switch and a light fitting. He replied to the message we left and came promptly at the agreed time. The work was carried out to our complete satisfaction at reasonable cost and we would have no hesitation in using him again for any electrical work, large or small. It follows that we too would highly recommend his services."


Is our British politeness putting us in danger

Us Brits are renowned for being apologetic and tend to avoid awkward situations.  Recent research by Electrical Safety suggests social awkwardness – and a reluctance to ask potentially embarrassing questions – is putting millions of people at risk of electrical disaster.

The research carried out by Electrical Safety First found that over 18 million of us are too embarrassed to ask if an electrician is registered to carry out electrical work in our home.

While the majority of us claim to use registered tradespeople, only one in five actually ask for proof. Having someone who isn’t a registered electrician undertake work in the home increases the risk of injury, property damage and fire.

The top three most awkward questions are:
1. Asking for a pay rise (62%)
2. Asking a queue jumper to get to the back of the line (49%)
3. Asking an electrician if they are registered and to prove this (37%)

There are some electrical jobs that by law should be carried out or checked by a registered electrician. For more information and to find a registered electrician in your area visit in England and Wales and or in Scotland.


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