Wight Energy is the Islands leading Electrical & Mechanical Contracting Company. Providing Gas Services, Electrical Service, Plumbing Services, Air Conditioning Services and Renewable Contracting services to all areas of the Isle of Wight.
At Wight Energy we have built an enviable reputation for high standards of service and workmanship which includes fixed pricing, comprehensive guarantees and more flexible appointment times we are here when you need us.
We take customer care seriously, that’s why we make CSI (Customer Service Issue) calls directly with our customers, following up on any work undertaken to ensure complete satisfaction and the swift resolution of any unforeseen issue. In addition, we conduct comprehensive Quality Assurance Reviews (QAR) to maintain the high standards that our customers across the Island have come to expect from us at Wight Energy.
To support this commitment to quality we have hold numerous industry accreditations to ensure the high standards we strive to achieve are maintained and regulated by governing bodies; ensuring that our customers across the Island can have total peace of mind when working with us.
Our Industry Accreditations include:
- Gas Safe Register
- The Gas Safe Register is the official registration scheme in the United Kingdom, Isle of Man and Guernsey for installers and maintenance engineers dealing with gas appliances. Gas Safe Register replaces the previous system run by CORGI. http://www.gassaferegister.co.uk/
- The UK's leading voluntary regulatory body for the electrical contracting industry. It has been assessing the electrical competence of electricians for nearly sixty years. http://www.niceic.com/
- Trust Mark
- A quality mark which operates a framework under which 31 Scheme Operators work in the RMI (repair, maintenance and improvement) sector, including trade associations, local government trading standards teams, and independent Scheme Operators. http://www.trustmark.org.uk/
- OFTEC’s aim is to promote the highest professional standards across the industry. To become OFTEC registered, all technicians must undertake an approved training course and assessment. They are also inspected regularly by OFTEC to ensure their work meets the required standard. http://www.oftec.org.uk/