Terms and Conditions

Working Hours

At Albany Park Electrical we start our working days at 8.30am, if this is inconvenient for you we are happy to work around your busy schedules. Our working days finish at 4.30pm, this is the time in which we would have already tidied up, cleaned and removed our tools and waste from site.

Part P and Certification

Upon completion of your installation, certification will be processed and sent to you via email. If you do not have access to email we are happy to post certificates to the address of the person ordering the works.

If your installation classifies for a Part P certificate, we will send the required details to our competent person scheme provider NICEIC. Once they have received all the required information they will send out your Part P certificate in the post. The certificate should be with you within 14 working days.

Working Practices

  • Albany Park Electrical will not be responsible for clearing the working area before work commences. Large items such as beds, sofas or shelving units should be moved away from our intended working areas leaving them easily accessible.

  • Additional work that has been added outside of the original quotation will incur an additional cost.

  • Unforeseen work and materials that need to be carried out and installed in order to make the installation safe will incur an additional cost. This will be made clear to you before we start any rectifications.   

  • Albany Park Electrical will not be responsible for removing waste from site unless this has been pre arranged between both parties and an added cost built into the original quotation.

 

 

Damage

At Albany Park Electrical we take great care in ensuring your property and possessions do not get damaged while we carry out our work. However depending on the age and condition of the premises some damage may be unavoidable. We cannot be held responsible for such damage. Below is a description of where damage is likely to occur.

Chasing walls - We use wall chasers to ensure damage is at a minimum, but slight cracks in plaster or splits in wall paper can occur. 

Additional Socket/ Switches - Recessing sockets and switches in walls can leave small gaps and cracks in plaster or wallpaper.

Cracks in floorboards - Old dried floorboards can crack or break when lifted, we will do our outmost to ensure this doesn't occur, but we cannot be held responsible for such damage.