Norfolk Smart Homes is an expanding family business that started in 2008. We have evolved from a traditional electrical company and diversified into something much more specialist and exciting for its users. The team are knowledgeable in all aspects of the operation.
Christie, the company director saw potential in something that is already hugely popular in the USA - home automation - and decided to look into this further. With perpetual enthusiasm, Christie designed a showroom where his vision is brought to life. The showroom is a small taster of the unending possibilities that the smart home concept offers, from automated lighting, blind closure and tailored audio visual set-up, all controlled from a single device. This means that your smartphone or tablet is the universal control to your home, even when you are on the go.
The options for smart home living are almost limitless and beyond imagination, so by creating a show home, Norfolk Smart Homes can show you just how intelligent home automation incorporates and complements your lifestyle. We would welcome you any time to take a look and listen for yourselves.
ELECSA operates competent person schemes on behalf of government to ensure that the contractors you employ are technically competent to carry the work you want. They assess contractors across the building services sector including electrical (Part P), heating & hot water, solid fuel and oil. They also assess contractors under the Green Deal and MCS schemes for homeowners looking to install energy efficient measures or renewable energy technologies.
ELECSAs mission is to maintain and promote the best industry practice that underlines the technical integrity of the work that their approved contractors carry out on behalf of customers every day. More than 75% of these contractors are small, independent contractors who form part of the backbone of the UK economy, so it is vital that they gain the confidence and trust of the UK’s 60 million householders who depend upon their quality workmanship.
ELECSA provides the safety assurance and peace of mind that householders need when having work carried out in their home. They inspect, assess and certificate contractors to do electrical and other building services work in private properties.
Contractors registered on an ELECSA scheme are assessed annually to ensure that they are working to latest industry standards.