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No, we don't recommend individual electricians. You can contact the electricians' regulatory bodies such as ECSSA or RECI for a list of their members or go to Safe Electric.
You will have to get an Inspection from one of the Regulatory Bodies such as ECSSA or RECI or go to Safe Electric in order to acquire a wiring certificate. The wiring certificate affirms that the wiring has been done to the required standard and it therefore provides assurance that your wiring installation is safe.  For more information go to Certification Process.
Chargeable jobs are payable in advance. Your electrician will submit the wiring certificate electronically through his/her registered body.
ESB Networks delivers electricity in a voltage range of 207 Volts to 253 Volts. This is in accordance with European Standard EN50160. 

If you have a voltage problem you may notice such signs as:

  • Lights dimming when other appliances are in use
  • TV picture not stable when other appliances are in use
  • Kettle is slow to boil
  • Electrical motors that fail to start first time 

 

Note: These problems can also be experienced if you exceed the capacity of your electricity connection. In this case, you will need to increase the level of your supply. 

Call us on 1850 372 757 or +353 21 2386555 or Email: esbnetworks@esb.ie
Call 1850 372 757 or +353 21 2386555 or email us at esbnetworks@esb.ie
Call 1850 372 757 or +353 21 2386555 or email us at esbnetworks@esb.ie. You will need to know if your service is overhead or underground.