How to use our contractor search facility

You can use our search facility to find NICEIC registered contractors, search here for:

  • Electricians
  • Renewable Energy Installers
  • MCS Installers
  • Contractors on the Competent Persons Scheme

Can't find your contractor?

The most likely reasons are:

  • The company is not registered with the NICEIC. If they claim they are please report them.
  • Registered businesses are listed with a single address. The company you are looking for may have multiple locations and the local office you are looking for may not be shown.
  • Try searching again with different spellings.

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e.g. Sheffield, S1 4QT

e.g. ABC Electrical Ltd

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What type of company am I looking for?

  • Approved Contractors

    NICEIC Approved Contractors are assessed to the highest standards covering all types of electrical contractors and installations.

  • Certification Scotland (electrical installations)

    NICEIC operates the Certification Scotland scheme for domestic electrical contractors completing work requiring building warrant.

  • Competent Person Scheme

    Contractors registered with the CPS are assessed as competent in their particular field.

  • Domestic Installer

    Domestic Installers are contractors who do installation work in domestic properties. Use a Domestic Installer to comply with the requirements of Part P.

  • Hazardous Areas

    Our Hazardous Area engineers will have the relevant qualifications to undertake work in various locations, including petrol filling stations.

  • Microgeneration Certification (MCS)

    MCS Contractors have been certified to renewable industry standards for the technologies detailed on their registration.

  • PAS 2030

    Contractors are certified as competent to install 'green' technologies detailed on their PAS 2030 registration.

  • PAT Testing

    Regular portable appliance testing (PAT) supports organisations to meet their obligations under health & safety regulations.

  • TrustMark

    TrustMark is a quality mark. It helps householders find expert tradespeople working to Government-endorsed standards.

  • Which? Trusted Trader

    Being a member of Which? Trusted Traders helps businesses demonstrate that they are skilled, trustworthy and consumer focused.