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Peak Electrics is a small electrical contracting company, based in Chilbolton, Hampshire.  We don’t so much specialise as undertake all the usual tasks expected of a local electrician:

We make repairs, investigate faults, undertake Periodic Inspections (such as the Electrical Installation Condition Report), install lights, power points, or any other electrical item, replace fuseboxes, re-wire buildings, and design and install new installations.

 

As a memniceicappcolour (jpg)ber of an approved trade body; The National Inspection Council for Electrical Installations Contracting (NICEIC) we are Part P registered – as defined by Part P of The Building Regulations – and we are annually assessed  to enable us to self-certify our work as compliant with BS7671, (the electrical wiring regulations).   In addition the NICEIC provides their Platinum Promise warranty for our work, and ensures we have all the necessary on-going qualifications, skills, training and insurance.

As an NICEIC Domestic Installer, we undertake work in domestic premises, and as an NICEICniceic_dis_logo_white Approved Contractor we also undertake work in commercial premises.

Our philosophy is: if a job is worth doing, it’s worth doing well, and we endeavour to give our clients the best service and advice.

bwclogosharpenedPeak Electrics is happy to be a member of Hampshire Trading Standards’ New TrustMarkMemberBadge small‘Buy With Confidence’ scheme, which assures the quality and security of the service the company provides.  We are also a member of the government Trustmark scheme, which guarantees our trustworthiness and high standards.

The company is run by Steve Picco, who is its principal electrician.   Apart from a short stint as an electrical apprentice, Steve’s background was originally in electronics and broadcast TV sound & communications engineering, before qualifying as an electrician.

Going Green

We not only talk-the-talk, but we operate a fully electric vehicle – the likes of which we have been using since 2012, making our carbon footprint that little bit smaller, and showing that reducing emissions can not only work, but saves money as well.  We generate some of our electricity with solar photo-voltaic panels, and heat water with solar tubes by day, and a thermodynamic system by night.  We promote this philosophy in our recommendations for energy-saving design and products, such as LED lighting.