Jonker Electricians is a familiy run business operating in Haringey, North London and beyond.
We are registered with NAPIT, Registered Competent Person Electrical (Part P), CheckaTrade, Part P, Which? Trusted Trader Local and Trust Mark giving you peace of mind and confidence that your work will be completed to the highest standard and in accordance with current regulations and Which? Code of Conduct.
Your feedback and comments via these organisations enable us to continualy improve our commitment, accountabiility and service to our customers.
Jonker Electricians have been trading as a limited company since 2012 and has built up a strong customer base. Please see our testimonials section for feedback from our customers. Checkatrade and Which? Trusted Trader websites also includes further feedback from our customers.
Jonker Electricians are keen to ensure that you find out what you need to know about your electrics or the job you need completing. We provide you with safe workable solutions that compliment your home and business.
NAPIT (National Association of Professional Inspectors and Testers) NAPIT guartantees workmanship for 6 years and regulary assesses compentency of electricians to ensure skills and expertise are up to date, safe and relevant.
Jonker Electricians Limited is listed on Registered Competent Person Electrical, confirming our Competent Person Scheme registration and demonstrating that we are approved as competent to undertake domestic electrical work in England and Wales as compliant with the relevant Building Regulations.
Competent Person Schemes were introduced by the Government to improve installation standards and compliance with the Building Regulations.
Our approval means we meet industry recognised standards and are registered with NAPIT who are authorised by Government and accredited by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service for your peace of mind.
It means we:
· Can save you time and money by self-certifying work that would otherwise need to be inspected by Building Control*
· Meet strict scheme entry requirements, including holding appropriate qualifications, insurance, training and experience to demonstrate compliance with industry recognised standards
· Undergo regular technical assessments and business audits to ensure our on-going competence and integrity
· Supply the necessary Electrical Installation Certificates and Building Regulations Compliance Certificates if applicable. These are required to demonstrate compliance with the Building Regulations and BS 7671 and you will need them if you should come to sell your property
If you are not entirely satisfied with the service we provide, we will do everything we can to put it right. If any issue remains unresolved, you can also rest assured that you have access to an independent complaints process and work quality guarantee via our scheme operator.
Check a Trade runs strict background checks on tradespeople before they can become members. Once they join, members agree to have feedback from their customers put online for all to see.
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The Which? Trusted Trader Code of Conduct.
As a Which? Trusted Trader our business has been through a rigorous application process so you can be confident you are hiring a reputable trader.
We would really appreciate any feedback you have on the service we provided. To submit a review please
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Only undertake work that I/we am competent to do.
Provide you with a clear breakdown of how much the job
will cost before any commitment is made by you.
Discuss all the options available to help provide you with a tailored solution.
Endeavour to stick to timeline and costs agreed by both parties.
Provide you with an updated quote should you require any changes to the initial agreement.
Be open and approachable should you have any queries.
Treat your property with respect and clean up as we go along.
Trust Mark Government Endorsed Standards
TrustMark is a quality mark which operates a framework under which 26 scheme operators work in the RMI (repair, maintenance and improvement) sector, including trade associations, local government trading standards teams, and independent scheme operators. These schemes are approved to carry the TrustMark logo and recruit reputable and trustworthy tradesmen. This enables the TrustMark scheme operators to promote improved RMI sector standards, and tackle related issues such as better enforcement. All of these scheme operators are audited annually by TrustMark, to ensure processes, standards and complaint procedures are being maintained.