MG Building Maintenance

136 Norfolk Street
Kings Lynn

PE30 1AU

52.7552, 0.3964

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Listed under:  Builders - Extensions, Builders - New Builds, Builders - Renovations, Carpenters & Joiners / Carpentry & Joinery, Electricians, Fencing Contractors, Painters & Decorators / Painting & Decorating, Plumbers / Plumbing, Roofers / Roofing

100% recommended: 9.7/10

13 reviews since 2020


Building Regulations Approved Scheme - OFTEC


Building Regulations Approved Scheme - OFTEC

OFTEC Registered Technicians: Are individually trained at an OFTEC Approved Training Centre, and their skills independently assessed before they can apply for OFTEC Registration; Have their work inspected from time to time by an OFTEC Inspector; Are re-assessed every five years to maintain their Registration; Carry an identity card confirming the type of oil heating work for which they are registered; Have to hold appropriate insurance to work in your home; Are able (in England and Wales) to self-certify work for which they are Registered. (Non-Registered technicians must, by law, notify Local Authority Building Control, or submit plans when installing oil-fired appliances); Will leave with you a written statement of the work they have done on your appliance, replacement parts fitted and recommendations for work needed in the future.



Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme (CHAS)


Contractors Health and Safety Assessment Scheme (CHAS)

Each month thousands of contractors and consultants (suppliers) apply for work with public and private sector organisations (buyers). To win work, they must meet the buyer’s health and safety standards.

Assessing suppliers health and safety competence is usually a lengthy and time consuming process. Suppliers can sometimes meet one buyer’s Health and Safety standards but not another. Being CHAS approved reduces duplication as suppliers compliance is accepted by all CHAS buyers.

CHAS assesses applicants' Health and safety: Policy statement; Organisation and their specific health and safety arrangements to a standard acceptable to buyers and to others.



Gas Safe Register


Gas Safe Register

Gas Safe Register has replaced CORGI in Great Britain and the Isle of Man. The register exists to protect you, your family, and your property from dangerous gas work. By law, anyone carrying out work on gas installations and appliances in your home must be on the Gas Safe Register.  You can find a Gas Safe registered business in your area by entering your postcode.  Every gas safe engineer carries a Gas Safe card which verifies that they are who they say they are and which also gives details of the work they are legally allowed to undertake. Always ask to see their card.

Landlords and tenants can find advice on rights and responsibilities regarding gas appliances and gas safety when renting a property.



Independent Dispute Resolution


Independent Dispute Resolution

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Ratings Moderation. If CEDR finds in favour of the business, then Referenceline will publish the review but may exclude that customer's ratings from the total for that business, if this will help consumers make a more informed choice.

The service is free to consumers. It is also free to businesses unless CEDR finds in favour of the consumer.



National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting (Domestic Installer)


National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting (Domestic Installer)

The NICEIC maintains a register of electrical contractors, assessed every year by one of the Council's Area Engineers to confirm that their business and the technical standard of their electrical work complies with the Council's rules.

Where a consumer is not satisfied with the technical standard of an Approved Contractor's electrical work, the NICEIC offers a complaints resolution service.

NICEIC Domestic Installers are registered to self-certify domestic electrical installation work in England and Wales



SAFEcontractor


SAFEcontractor

Health and safety accreditation allows businesses to show that their health and safety documentation is up to date and meets recognised industry standards.

SafeContractor delivers a tailored health and safety accreditation allowing contractors to showcase their capabilities to potential customers. To gain your health and safety accreditation you submit your details on one online platform and complete an assessment once a year, promoting your business to hundreds of organisations. Join a community of over 33,000 like-minded contractors and use the SafeContractor badge to enhance your business profile and demonstrate compliance.



Trading Standards - Norfolk Trusted Trader


Trading Standards - Norfolk Trusted Trader

Norfolk County Council Trading Standards has established Norfolk Trusted Trader to address rogue doorstep trading, and the fear of it, by helping consumers to identify legitimate traders - thereby improving community safety and supporting older and/or vulnerable people to lead independent and safe lives.

The services delivered by member businesses are assessed by their own customers, through a survey system operated by Referenceline, helping other consumers make a more informed, and more confident, choice.

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