All of us at Stirling Electrical Services Ltd. would like to wish a happy 20th birthday to the Trading Standards organisation Buy With Confidence.
We were one of the first company to be vetted and approved by Stirling Council in 2012.
To be included in Buy With Confidence membership the following is required:
All the businesses listed on this website have been vetted, approved and continue to be monitored by Trading Standards, to help ensure you receive a quality service. Businesses are only included once they’ve completed a series of stringent checks, including a visit by a qualified Trading Standards professional. Those working in and around people’s homes will also be criminal record checked.
As part of our ongoing improvements to enhance our customer experience at Stirling Electrical and Stirling Alarms, the installation of a new telephone system within our office was completed today.
The amount of available incoming lines on our main number 01786 813916 has been increased to three.
Our experienced job booking team are able to help with your electrical and security system enquiry.
Congratulations to our on-site and office teams after our successful six month quality management audit by our security system auditors NSI.
Stirling Electrical and Stirling Alarms operate to ISO 9001:2015 standard which means our quality management systems help provide to our customer the "Professional Efficient Service" we promise.
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Our trained job booking team at Stirling Alarms will be happy to discuss your requirements.
Please phone on 01786 813916 or book or enquire online.
"Well that was interesting" - That was my facebook and twitter response on Stirling Weather to being caught up in the heavy rainfall on Monday evening (24 June 2019). A tweet and phrase I came to slightly regret saying after seeing and realising the damage the rainfall and subsequent floods brought to some businesses and homes in parts of Stirling.
While "it was interesting" to be out and about during our worst flooding in many years it certainly is not how those who's properties have been affected by the water damage will feel.
But as the week progressed the word "interesting" could again be used to describe our weeks weather in Stirling.
An article in our electrical trade magazine highlighted a new report that's estimates that up to 15,000 extra skilled electricians will be required in the UK over the next 5 years.
New technologies around smart homes, electric vehicles and Wi-Fi were amongst the main new services stated for increasing demand for skilled installers but it was the section on apprenticeships that caught my eye.
It was pleasing to read that an electrical apprenticeship is still a highly rated initial career move and that it was still evident for employers to receive a return on investment to employ apprentices.
Being involved in the construction / services industry I like from time to time to highlight some useful websites, tools and advice that can help with your latest home improvement project.
Sainsbury's bank have published a home renovation calculator that tries to give an indication of what different types of home improvement projects may have on the value of your property.
* The below link is direct from Sainbury's Bank and I have no affiliation or opinion on the details contained at the below link.
Check out the handy Sainbury's Bank Home Renovation Calculator.
So in one week I will take part in the Stirling marathon, or as its been branded this year the Great Stirling Run. The event is now in its 3rd year and it's a scenic marathon starting and finishing in the City of Stirling while taking in the surrounding rolling countryside to the north of the city, passing through small towns such as Doune, Dunblane and Bridge of Allan where the locals come out in force to support the runners.
Now let me be honest from the beginning, I am no running expert, while I was actively fit playing football at a reasonably competitive youth level up until my late teens, for the next 16-17 years I let myself go, fed up with sport, giving no thought to exercising or what I was eating, I was just being consumed with work and business and as my business developed and grew and I became more office based instead of doing physical work my weight ballooned.
I recently attended the ELEX exhibition in Manchester where all things electrical trade were on show and discussed.
It's important to keep up to date with the latest electrical news, regulations and equipment which is why I travel south every few years.
Stirling Electrical Services are a proud member of SELECT and it is through them that myself and our other electricians update our electrical training and qualifications with their excellent training courses, but I always feel with electrical wiring regulations that it's good to have a different perspective and opinion which is why attending the seminars at this event by IET and NAPIT makes it worthwhile visiting.
Plus there's also a free Bacon Roll and plenty of pens to be had.
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