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Contact us today and speak to one of our qualified engineers.
Monday - Sunday 07:00 - 17:00

Available 24/7 for breakdowns and call outs

0800 888 6227

info@indacon.co.uk

North West England

Greater Manchester

Monday - Sunday 07:00 - 17:00

Available 24/7 for breakdowns

0800 888 6227

info@indacon.co.uk

North West England

Greater Manchester

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NICEIC Approved contractors offering electrical installation work within industrial and commercial environments. New installations of power or lighting etc. in hazardous or non-hazardous locations. Additions or alterations to existing installations, EIC, EICR and much more.

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Machinery Breakdowns And Emergency Repairs.

Our engineers are available 24/7 for machinery breakdowns and emergency repairs. From power cuts to PLC faults we can help you get back up and running with minimum downtown.

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EICR Electrical Installation Condition Report.

Periodic inspection and testing of industrial and commercial installations. EICR is required to maintain electrical safety. As members of the NICEIC we guarantee a quality and thorough report.

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EV Charge Point Installation

Electric vehicle charge points installed by certified C&G 2919-01 electricians. Certification for industrial, commercial and domestic installation provided as standard.

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Indacon Ltd responding to a breakdowns and call outs

Breakdowns and call outs come unexpectedly and when time is of the essence, customers want a company that is reliable and consistent.

At Indacon, we are always switched on, meaning your business can be too. We provide our emergency breakdowns and call outs service for commercial and industrial customers across the North West of England.

We aim to get to all breakdowns within a few hours of booking it in and would never promise a quick call out when its not possible. We aim to please all customers, however, during busy periods we will discuss time frames before accepting any call outs.

“TO THE OPTIMIST, THE GLASS IS HALF FULL. TO THE PESSIMIST, THE GLASS IS HALF EMPTY. TO THE ENGINEER, THE GLASS IS TWICE AS BIG AS IT NEEDS TO BE.``