I am the owner of Mac Electrical Services, I personally have been working within the electrical installation industry for over 20 years. With my many years of experience and diversity in projects, you can rest assured that I have the experience to work with you and your requirements.
Presntly I work around London area and sub-contract for company's but I am always on the look out for more works to keep me busy. I have my own vehicle tools and public liability insurance.
Here is a little more detail about me and some of the areas I cater for:
Residential Electrical Installations
Fire Alarm System
Installation of Electric Showers
Central heating wiring systems
Immersion heaters, element replacement
PIR external lightings including garden lights
Installation of steel conduits for cabling
Metal trunking installation, mini trunking
Installation of door entry systems
Throughout my career I have worked on multiple projects ranging from residential to commerical. I have worked as an electrician and subcontractor to project manager. A customer focused individual with a personal commitment to service improvement a dynamic, committed individual with resilience.
I was the company secretary for LJP electrical contractors ltd, and have been self employed for over fifteen years.
I am an NICEIC qualified domestic installer, with experience in both residental and commercial installations also most of my work currently comes by the recommendation of former clients.
If you require further assistance with your project please do not hesitate to get in touch.
City & Guilds
2360 Part 1 & 2 Electrical Installation
Level 3 Electrical Installations BS7671:2008
Testing and Inspection
Joint Industry Board (JIB):
ECS Health & Safety Assessment
Possible low pressure or limescale build up in shower head.
The seals inside the mixer tap maybe perished or limescale build up in the mixer tap itself.
It could be problem in light switch itself.
Yes, you will need to upgrade to bs7671/amendement 3 specification.
It dependes on how far the light switches are in reference to the bath, sink and shower. all switches must be outside zone 1 & 2 according to regulations, preferbly outside bathroom / shower room, or in cealing with pull cord.