Commercial Electrical Services

Commercial Electrician in Sussex

What does RKEC offer to the commercial sector?

Together with easy to understand, actionable Electrical Installation Condition Reports, RKEC offers the following services:

  • Full drawing design services for all electrical installations
  • Complete new installations and shop fits
  • Testing services (in addition to EICRs):
    • Structured cat 5E and cat 6/6a cabling
    • Periodic testing and inspection
    • Fire alarm testing
    • Load testing
    • Emergency Lighting testing
    • Fire alarm testing
  • Data and Voice services:
    • Structured cat 5E and cat 6/6a cabling
    • Data cabinets
    • Extension voice points
    • VOIP
    • Cable management
  • A/V and Multimedia
    • Speaker systems
    • Public address systems
    • AV wiring
    • Multi-media display wall wiring

Profitability, Efficiency and Safety with RKEC.

As you can see, this comprehensive service offering enables us to keep your operation running smoothly and efficiently.

Of course, it’s not just about productivity.

RKEC has the skills you need to keep your customers, employees and visitors as safe as possible. Working with us enables you to be compliant with today’s stringent health and safety rules. Likewise, we can be that discreet yet essential part of your overall commitment to those who work for you and with you.

You need an exceptional electrical contractor. Give us a call today and let’s get those lights switched on.

CLIENT TESTIMONIALS

Andy Green - kier

“What I really like about R K Electrical based in Littlehampton is the huge amount commitment given to the customer from the first call to paying the bill after the work. They listen to your requirements, offer product costings and installation that are affordable. In the past 4 years of using them, never failed to deliver on bespoke solutions. Never had a recall, and the installation teams, fully engage whilst on site in our working environments, from airports to warehouses, mail delivery and processing sites not forgetting our own underground railway network”

 

Nick Eaton