Why you need a registered electrician. For peace of mind, you should always use a registered, fully qualified electrician.


ACtest are Listed on The NICEIC Roll of Approved Electrical Contractors, The domestic Installer Scheme, the Competent Persons Schemes, including Part P and enjoy unrivalled technical support from the NICEIC.  The NICEIC is the UK’s leading electrical contracting industry‚Äôs voluntary independent body. They provide leading Building Regulations Schemes, certification services,  products and support to electrical contractors like ACtest and many other trades too. The NICEIC have over 25,000 registered contractors to date.  

NICEIC registration clearly demonstrates to customers and specifiers ACtest’s skills and professionalism, and offers peace of mind that our services and products are the best in the industry.

ACtest are proud to be registered with the NICEIC, our enrolment number is – 600559000.

SAFEcontractor is a third-party accreditation scheme that assesses health and safety arrangements. Many major clients recognise the scheme and accept the SAFEcontractor certificate as confirmation of competency.


Trustmark is the Government backed initiative to help consumers find trustworthy and reliable tradesmen to carry out installations and repairs, outside and inside your home or workplace.


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The Electrical Safety Council is a very important organisation dedicated to publicising awareness and better practices throughout the electrical industry.

City & Guilds

City & Guilds are responsible for ensuring the standards of the exams used to ascertain individuals expertise and capabilities.


ACtest fully support all of the above organisations, we take great pride in carrying out projects with dilligence and skill.

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Electrical systems and appliances degrade due to many factors - time, general use and physical damage.

Electricity can be dangerous and sometimes even fatal if your electrical systems are not installed and maintained correctly.

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