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R1R2 Electrics is based in Worthing, West Sussex covering the Sussex area and is a small business launched by Dave Heath in 2015. It is now my ambition to advertise and expand my business further and increase the range of electrical services offered.

R1R2 Electrics undertakes a wide range of domestic electrical work including initial planning, advising clients, supply of electrical hardware, electrical installation and maintenance.

I am able to inspect and test my work and issue the appropriate electrical certificate and where appropriate, ‘local building control’ will be notified, through the NICEIC, enabling a ‘Building Regulations certificate of compliance’ (part P certificate) to be issued to the client.

Free visual safety check of your homes electrics: I will carry out a free visual inspection of your existing fuse box/consumer unit and further inspect the age and condition of other electrical accessories such as sockets, light fittings, cables and earthing. I will then report to the client and make recommendations if necessary, and advise the client if further investigation and testing is prudent.

NICEIC  Approved Electrician

NICEIC Platinum promise

Part P Electrical Safety Compliant

12 Months Parts and Labour Guarantee

City and Guilds qualified

Full public liabilty insurance

A FREE visual inspection of your homes electrics

FREE no obligation Quotations

Safe , Affordable and Reliable

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Part P forms part of the Building Regulations and was introduced by the government on January 1st 2005. It covers electrical repairs and electrical work in England and Wales, and applies to electrical works in or attached to residences, in the common parts of communal residences such as flats, and includes access areas in flats such as hallways and shared amenities in blocks of flats such as laundries and gymnasiums. Part P also applies to electrical installations located in outbuildings such as detached garages, sheds and greenhouses and applies to parts of the electrical installation located on land around dwellings such as garden lighting.

The aim of Part P of the Building Regulations is to improve the health and safety of people and to eliminate the risk of fire, electrocution and other injuries electrical work poses. All work to which Part P applies must conform to UK standard BS 7671:2018, 'Requirements for Electrical Installations' (The IET Wiring Regulations 18th Edition). BS 7671 covers requirements for design, installation, inspection, testing verification and certification of electrical installations. It must be completed by electricians who are registered with government-approved schemes.  Certain electrical work carried out within dwellings / homes is what is known as 'Notifiable work'. After 'Notifiable work' has been completed, electricians must provide residents with a 'Building Regulations Certificate of Compliance' and an electrical safety certificate to confirm that the work conforms with both Part P and BS 7671:2018

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Any electrical work carried out that involves any new cables to be installed will be inspected and tested and an electrical certificate issued to confirm that the work is safe and complies with the regulations. The certificate will either be a 'Minor Works certificate' or a full 'Electrical Installation Certificate' depending on the work involved. Certain electrical works is what is known as : 'Notifiable'. What this means is that after the work has been completed the electrician will complete a full 'Electrical Installation Certificate' and then details of the completed works will be submitted to the NICEIC who in turn will issue a 'Building Regulations Certificate of Compliance' for the client to keep. Local Building Control will also be notified by the NICEIC and will have details of the completed works on their records.


1. New installations. 

2. Full rewires.

3. New consumer unit.

4. A new circuit (example: complete new lighting circuit or new cooker circuit)

5. A modification or addition to a circuit in a special location (locations containing a bath, shower, swimming pool or sauna)

6. The addition of garden lighting where the lights are not fixed to a permanent building structure.

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The main benefits of using an NICEIC registered electrician are:


NICEIC registered electricians meet with strict entry requirements and a stringent examination of a representative sample of their work, documentation, equipment and qualifications. Electricians are further assessed on a regular basis by an NICEIC area engineer to ensure that they are competent and capable of meeting the relevant technical and safety standards, codes of practice and rules of the schemes they are registered to.


Electricians registered to the NICEIC Building Regulations Schemes are authorised to ​self-certify their work without hindrance from Local Authority Building Control. This saves you both time and money when undertaking work that requires notification under the Building Regulations.


The NICEIC expects all of its registered electricians to provide a quality service to their customers. The platinum promise covers work undertaken by electricians registered to the NICEIC. The platinum promise ​means that if the client / customer is not happy with the work that is done by an NICEIC approved electrician and they agree that it is deficient then the NICEIC will help to put it right. The NICEIC is solely concerned with the safety and technical standard of the work carried out by NICEIC registered electricians.

More information regarding the NICEIC platinum promise can be found on the NICEIC website.

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