Precise Property Developments Ltd.

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Precise Property Developments Ltd.

About Precise Property Developments Ltd.

Here at Precise Property Developments we pride ourselves on the retention of our customers and as such customer satisfaction goes to the very core of our work.

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Precise Property Developments Ltd. rated for Bathroom fitter in Leicester


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123 total ratings 0 last 30 days 4 last 6 months 16 last 12 months

17 Sep 2018


I rang to arrange a visit and they didn't answer Or even call back. Have no idea abt quality or standard of work they do.

, LE2

15 Aug 2018


Jason and his team did a thoroughly professional job, advising on alternative & additional aspects not in the original plan. He maintained a very good schedule and was flexible when the overall job was occasionally delayed. I would certainly recommend Jason and his team.

, LE7

12 Apr 2018


Good guys, sorted quote quickly, good VFM, did job following day, tidied up after themselves!

, LE7

05 May 2018


Jason and his team did a great job connecting and installing two lights in my house. They are friendly, professional, and considerate. The job was seamless. I am very pleased.

, LE2

23 Mar 2018


I can't praise Jason and Colin highly enough. A thoroughly professional job. They finished the electrics in my conservatory renovation and managed to make good the mess my previous electrician had created. Every step had a clear explanation of what was required and why leaving me very satisfied with the end result. Best electrician we've come across. 5*.

, LE3

18 Mar 2018


fast friendly and keep in touch when he was coming. highly recommend Jason for any jobs you neef

, LE12

28 Feb 2018


Jason was on time, did the job quickly and even tidied up afterwards. He's polite nice young man, definitely will use again. Peace of mind when your a oap to find a tradesman that's honest, cheerful and doesn't rip you off. Thank you Jason

, LE4

25 Feb 2018


Fitted a new shower including some adjustments to make good the poor way the original was installed. Excellent job and plan to use again in the near future.

, LE11

03 Aug 2018


Excellent quality work, they went over and above. Will use again.

, LE11

19 Jan 2018


very nice and very helpful

, LE67

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Precise Property Developments Ltd. answered questions about Bathroom fitter in Leicester

's question
Thu 14 Sep 2017 08:01am
I am having my property rewired, what certification should my electrician have, I have received a quote but there is no reference on the quote of any certification on it or accreditation to any professional body.
  • Jason Goldberg's Answer
    Thu 14 Sep 2017 19:57pm
    First and foremost your electrician should be registered with a trade association such NICEIC or NAPIT (there are others), they should give you their registration details that you can then check.If they do not have the appropriate qualifications they will not have accreditation. However having said this there are still different levels of skill and qualification but basically split in to two groups, domestic installers and fully qualified engineers, if you want the fully qualified look for level 3 qualifications both in installation,verification, testing and regulation. Hope this helps Jason
's question
Mon 4 Sep 2017 18:56pm
Hello I had a currys essentials single oven in my kitchen it was wired using a 6mm 3 core grey wire from the 45a wall socket directly to the oven the new oven i have brought is from ikea same size rates at 1850w but this oven comes with 2.5mm flex already attached. What is the best way to wire this? 1st I thought remove the 2.5mm flex and wire the 6mm wire directly to oven but the holes are not big enough for 6mm wire to go in 2nd can i instal a cooker outlet box to the and wire the 6mm wire from the switch into box and 2.5 mm oven wire into box is that safe to do or will the 2.5mm wire burn as the 6mm wire is bigger 3rd 1850w is 7.7amps so should i put a plug on the cooker wire and plug it into the same socket as the 45a switch Thanks Kev
  • Jason Goldberg's Answer
    Fri 8 Sep 2017 01:14am
    As the appliance is Rated at less than 13amps I would not connect direct into a 32amp Radial circuit without fuse protection either by way of a plug top or fused connection unit. Regards Jason

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Bathroom fitter

Bathroom Design

Bathroom Installation

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