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Tameside, Oldham and Greater Manchester

Covering all aspects of electrical work COMMERCIAL, INDUSTRIAL & DOMESTIC

  • Rewires
  • Reactive Maintenance
  • Electrical Upgrades
  • Electrical installations
  • Testing and Inspecting
  • Emergency Lighting
  • CCTV Installation
  • 3 Phase Power Supplies
  • Intruder Alarms
  • Fault Diagnosis & Repairs

 The Majority of our work is through recommendations from our happy customers, Here at TMS our customers are our main priority whatever your needs are. We will cater to suit you whether it be in the domestic, commercial or industrial sector with years of experience, we deliver! We understand how busy people are not only at the office and workplace but also at home in the domestic sector. That’s why we carry out or jobs with minimal disruption to suit your requirements and needs. At TMS Electrics we take pride at being masters of one trade, jacks of none. With 10 years of experience behind us and the full qualifications, we can take on all types of electrical work of any size.

The hands of an electrician installing a power socket

We take pride in all our work and strongly believe that a trades person is only as good as their last job, we also put customer service as our top priority next to electrical safety. That’s why most of our business is through ‘word of mouth’ recommendations and returning customers. Examples of work we cover on a regular basis are Design of electrical systems and lighting schemes, installation of a large variety of electrical systems, and general fault finding. We carry out all forms of electrical testing, whether it be an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR), land lords certificate, PAT test or just a visual inspection for peace of mind. We take on work of any size, from a broken light switch to a full rewire, and it doesn’t matter what size the job is, as every customer is important to us.

 

Electrical Inspection and Testing

All electrical installations deteriorate with age and use. They should therefore be inspected and tested at regular intervals to check whether they are in a satisfactory condition for continued use. Such safety checks are commonly referred to as ‘periodic inspection and testing.