Nice Solutions

Commercial Electrical Solutions in Kent, Medway, South East England and South East London

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Electrical Installations. Power/Data

We have all you commercial electrical needs covered ranging from additional lights or sockets in the office to 3 phase supplies for power intensive machines.

Each installation is thoroughly planned to the finest details and carried out adhering to strict health and safely codes.  All our installations comply with current regulations and we supply ongoing maintenance and equipment testing to reduce the risk of electrical failure.

We also offer a 24 hour emergency response service to correct electrical systems or equipment.

Electrical Fault Finding & Diagnosis

With a quality fault finding and maintenance service, we will have you up and running in no time – with minimal disruption, faults diagnosed quickly and remedial action taken accordingly.

Service & Maintenance

We can plan and conduct preventative mainenance schemes in your work place with the goal of avoiding or mitigating the consequences of failure of equipment. This may be by preventing the failure before it actually occurs which Planned Maintenance and Condition Based Maintenance help to achieve. It is designed to preserve and restore equipment reliability by replacing worn components before they actually fail.

Typical maintenance schemes include:

Electrical testing – every 5 years

Lighting – Replacement of bulbs/ballasts

Intruder and fire alarm testing

Emergency lighting testing

The cost of reactive repairs include lost production, higher costs for parts and shipping, as well as time lost responding to emergencies and diagnosing faults while equipment is not working. Unplanned maintenance typically costs three to nine times more than planned maintenance. When maintenance is planned, each of these costs can be reduced. Equipment can be shut down to coincide with production downtime.

Periodic Commercial Testing & inspection

British law (the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989) requires that all electrical systems (including electrical appliances) are maintained (so far as is reasonably practicable) to prevent danger. The HSE and the local authority are responsible for the policing of this legislation.

In addition the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 (HASW 1974) is an Act set by Parliament that places a duty of care on Employers. Employees to ensure the safety of all persons using the work premises. This Act is law, and to contravene this law is a criminal offence.  Therefore is is important to maintain your electrical system to keep up to regulations to minimise and danger to employees that may arise.

In the work place a periodic inspection is designed check if an electrical installation is in a satisfactory condition for continued service therefore allowing people to continue working in the premisis. On completion of the necessary inspection and testing, an Electrical Installation Condition Report will be issued detailing any observed damage, deterioration, defects, dangerous conditions and any non-compliances with current electrical standards.

Fire Alarms

We can can put systems in place to keep your buisness and staff safe when things go wrong.

Fire, power cuts and burglaries are every day threats but installating quality warning and monitoring systems we can minimise damage and keep personnel out of harms way.

Most commercial and industrial building are required to have fire alarm systems. Landlords of these properties and large residential premises are required to provide modern detection systems and test them regularly.

 These can be simple smoke detectors working along side intruder alarms in small offices or building to fully monitored smoke, fire and heat alarms systems.

In smaller commercial properties a 2 wire systems is usually installed. Sounders and detectors are on the same circuit reducing costs.  Exact location of fire detection is not allowed.

In larger building the detection and sounders are installed on seperate circuits.  Both are addressable sending data back to a panal allowing locations of fire detection to be available.

Power Efficiency/LED/Power Factor Correction

There are huge range of products on the market that can reduce you electricity consumption, therefore reducing your carbon footprint and cutting electricity bills.  We can discuss your electricity usuage and find ways to reduce your power consumption.

Occupancy sensors: By dimming or switching off lighting when there is nobody in a room occupancy sensors can reduce electricity use by 30%.

Daylight sensors: Adjusting the artificial lighting according to the amount of natural light in a room using daylight sensors or photocells can reduce electricity use by up to 40%.

LED Efficiency: Changing older style fluorescent and incanescent bulds to new highly efficiency LED fitting can reduce electricity cost by upto 90%.


It is important to keep your employees and property safe from intruders.  We can install a range of monitored intruder alarms systems to suit all budgets and building sizes.

High definition cameras can cover every part of your premises 24/7.

In the event of a break in cameras can be set to record high quality video capturing images of intruders.  You can be be notified on your mobile phones there is movement in your building and watch live each camera via the internet.

Emergency Lighting

Should the power fail or lighting circuits trip out a public area can suddenly fall into darkness.  This may lead to panic leading onto dangers exiting the building.

Emergency lighting should automatically come on in the event of power failure, it will allow the following:

Emergency escape lighting: light of sufficient level will illuminate escape routes, escape route signs, changes in footing height along escape routes, change in direction when exiting the building and illuminate any exits and fire fighting equipment/alarm sounders.

Standby lighting:  an emergency lighting system designed to enable normal activities to continue with minimal alteration to light levels.  Work can continue in a safe environment.

Emergency lighting systems need to be tested at regular intervals ensuring they are in working order and batteries keep fittings illuminated for the required amount of time.  These monthly and annual tests should be recorded

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