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Alpha Electrical Eastern Ltd

Electrician, Emergency Electrician, 24 Hour Electrician

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Website | 01603 662270
11 Kingsway, Norwich NR2 4UE, UK

Opening Hours:
Monday: 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Tuesday: 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Wednesday: 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Thursday: 8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Friday: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed

Area Served:
Within 4 miles (6.4km) of 11 Kingsway, Norwich NR2 4UE, UK
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Google Rating: 2.7 out of 5 stars (10 total ratings)

Sofiya Popelyuk
1 Star
Broke my ceiling rose - potentially an accident but still charged me. Got dust inside my shade so I can’t even get it out now and I can see it every time the Igbo is on. Installed my shade tilted so now I have to get another electrician to come and fix it - this would have been fine if they would have just used the right wires. Didn’t install my other light properly so I had to correct it myself, the bit that was meant to be on the ceiling was just hanging off. Wire wise everything is connected but very messy work
Wednesday 3rd November 2021
Lola Rose
5 Star
Fantastic service, a friendly professional team from the survey to the completed work. Will definitely go to them for all future electrical needs.
Friday 2nd July 2021
Jamal Sealey
4 Star
Always reliable and able to work reactively
Friday 11th June 2021
Luke Beamish
5 Star
Great guys, spot on work and will definitely recommend.
Friday 27th March 2020
Michael Foran (CRS Mike)
2 Star
Fitted a new consumer unit but did not fit a surge protector at the same time! Multi-coloured cable warning labels were not affixed to the consumer unit either (bad practices). They have not considered that i have lots of voltage sensitive electronic equipment here. Other electricians fit surge protectors to consumer units as standard without the need to do a "risk assessment". Current 18th Edition standards pretty much state that it should be fitted. 18th Edition requirements for surge protection The arrival of the 18th Edition of the IET Wiring Regulations further reshapes the regulatory landscape for electrical contractors. A number of important areas have been scrutinised and reviewed; among them is the issue of surge protection and devices designed to mitigate any excess voltage risks. Surge protection devices (SPDs) are designed to prevent electric shock and having excess voltage damaging the installation’s wiring infrastructure. Should an over-voltage event occur, the SPD diverts the resulting excess current flow to Earth. Regulation 443.4 requires, (except for single dwelling units where the total value of the installation and equipment therein does not justify such protection), that protection against transient over-voltages is provided where the consequence caused by over-voltage could result in serious injury, damage to culturally sensitive places, interruption of supply or affect large numbers of co-located persons or loss of life.
Friday 22nd November 2019