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An independent electrician covering the South East, London and Kent. Specialising in smart homes, smart thermostats & consumer unit upgrades. Any electrical work undertaken.

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DAVID LANCINI ELECTRICAL LIMITED rated for Carpenter / Joiner in Sittingbourne


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14 total ratings 0 last 30 days 4 last 6 months 7 last 12 months

09 Sep 2021


excellent work, a very likeable person who is very good at his job, I would highly recommend

, ME19

24 Jun 2021


Five stars for David and the outstanding job he has done. He offered the best, very detailed and honest quote. He is very professional, knowledgeable, and polite. He came on time and did a great job with the installation. No cables visible, clean and nice job. So happy with the result that I've asked him to do another project for us.

, ME10

08 Jun 2021


We are very grateful to David Lancini for the excellent job he carried out for us. He arrived spot on time, completed the work within the hours allowed and kept to the estimated cost. Highly recommended.

, CT2

20 May 2021


Very thorough and clear, honest appraisal of the repair needed. Good communication

, TN2

27 Dec 2020


Excellent service from the first minute, was incredibly professional and nothing was too much trouble even when I changed the scope of work a couple of times. The quote was match the end price and was also very good value for money. I’m hoping to have more work done next year and will undoubtedly get David back to do it - cannot recommend David enough.

, BR7

21 Nov 2020


Very courteous and super friendly. Did a great job with minimum fuss. Kept me informed at all times. Arrived on time & my final bill was less than the original quote. Very trustworthy and thoroughly recommended.

, TN27

17 Oct 2020


David was professional and accommodating of my ideas. He was neat and thorough. I would definitely recommend and use him again.

, ME8

01 Oct 2020


Very professional and Covid safe. Excellent and helpful manner. Pleasure to do business with. I would not hesitate to recommend him.

, BR4

25 Aug 2020


Excellent communication skills, clean and tidy person and work. job took slightly longer than anticipated, with my agreement, and we sorted out an additional problem at Davids suggestion to maximise the use of the second hours remaining 40 minutes. Very pleased with all aspects of his work and communication. will definately use him again, should the need arise. Thank you.

, ME20

09 Jun 2020


First class job - prompt, professional and knowledgeable.

, TN14

08 Feb 2020


Brilliant job, very professional! Would definitely recommend and will use again.

, DA9

13 Jan 2020


David wired a video doorbell for me. He turned up when agreed, did a great job and made sure the doorbell was working as supposed to before he left. No hidden costs and a an extremely nice guy.

, DA1

13 Dec 2019


Very professional, straightforward to deal with and just got on with the task at hand, top job!

, BR1

03 Dec 2019


David communicated well about the upcoming job, his rates and approach. Showed flexibility in making arrangements, delivered on the promise and ended up charging less than quoted.

, BR3

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DAVID LANCINI ELECTRICAL LIMITED answered questions about Carpenter / Joiner in Sittingbourne

sebastian verghese's question
Tue 30 Jun 2020 17:44pm

I’m replacing the heat alarm in my apartment as the old one is faulty. They no longer make the deta 1111 so I bought a deta 1165. Unfortunately this means I have to replace the base. I’m confused by the connections on the old alarm. Brown to brown is obviously live. Blue (neutral) on the alarm is connected to a grey colour wire from the ceiling. The white cable on the alarm (which I believe is the interlink) is connected to the black wire from the ceiling. I would have expected black to be neutral. I have photos I can send.

  • David Lancini's Answer
    Thu 2 Jul 2020 13:11pm

    Hello Sebastian, It sounds like whoever installed the previous heat alarm used grey as the neutral conductor, and black as the interlink. I an ideal world these cores should have been sleeved to indicate their purpose! The easiest way to confirm what wire is doing what would be to use a multimeter to indicate the voltage coming through each cable. If you have access to one of these and measure between the brown and grey wires, you should have 230 volts. Obviously great care should be taken when getting a reading, and if you're not 100% confident to do this I'd suggest calling someone in to give you some help. David

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