I needed to update my house’s power input board (fusebox, breakers, supplementary circuits, etc.) from the original late-1960’s ‘bird’s nest’ installation to modern standards – principally by the installation of a new consumer unit. I expected this to be a moderately large job. Peter Jones of Swift Services was consulted and we spent some time discussing the work necessary and the possible knock-on tasks resulting from as yet undiscovered safety infringements in the old installation. Peter was careful to explain any aspect of the work in detail so that it was fully understood by both parties. Unexpected additional work would incur charges above his estimate. Peter was engaged and fulfilled the task perfectly although it took longer than expected due to additional problems surfacing during the course of the work such as correcting the horrors of a previous house owner’s own wiring, and righting an error in the original lighting circuit. The routing of a new legally required earth line from the water pipe under the kitchen sink back to the consumer unit in the garage was a challenge but completed without having to chisel any interior walls. Finally, the legally required NICEIC Safety Test and Report on the whole house wiring was completed. Throughout, Peter worked as tidily as if he was in his own home; periods of total loss of power were kept as short as possible and power was restored at the end of each day. I have nothing but praise for the standard of Peter’s work.