General electrical installation and contracting works

Roxon Electrical’s core business is repair work for the insurance sector. We have franchises with a group of FTSE 100 PLC insurance companies who have around 6,500 customers in our “territory”. This gives us a steady workload delivered on a 24/7 basis for which we have a dedicated team of electricians. The insurance work underpins our busy solar programme and means we are busy all year round, even when the PV side is quiet. We only do electrical work and serve an area which covers mainly Gloucestershire, Oxfordshire, Worcestershire, Somerset and Swindon. But wherever or whoever our customers are, we always focus on giving them a first-class service. As a proud member of the NICEIC, Roxon Electrical maintains an independently-checked standard of work ensuring strict adhesion to British Standard wiring regulations. In addition to standard guarantees, Roxon Electrical funds a six-year insurance backed warranty on all part 'P' scope installations. Our customers can be reassured by our endorsement by the Government-backed scheme Trustmark. The scheme helps customers find reliable and trustworthy tradespeople and is supported by the NICEIC.

Insurance & Warranties

To ensure your peace of mind, Roxon provides the following insurance to all its customers:

  • Public Liability - £5 million
  • Employer’s Liability - £10 million
  • MCS-approved installer - only solar PV systems installed by MCS members are eligible to claim the feed-in tariff
  • NICEIC insurance-backed warranty - ensures work under Part P adheres to building/ wiring regulations, valid for 6 years from completion of work
  • Trustmark - a Government-backed quality assurance scheme
  • R.E.A.L. - member of the Renewable Energy Assurance scheme, ensuring high levels of customer service and integrity
  • NICEIC Domestic Installer Scheme - our work is regularly checked by the NICEIC to ensure compliance to wiring regulations and to enable us to self-certify our work under ‘Part P’ building regulations

Part P - The Rules

Anyone carrying out electrical work in the homes and gardens of England and Wales must follow the relevant rules contained in the building regulations.

 

These rules were introduced to reduce the number of deaths, injuries and fires caused by faulty electrical installations.

 

If you intend to have electrical work done you must, with certain exceptions, tell your local authority’s Building Control department before work begins.

 

If you use an installer registered with one of the Government-approved Competent Person Schemes (such as Roxon Electrical), you can proceed without reference to Building Control because they have been authorised to self-certify that their work complies with the building regulations.