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At Secure Systems we have the experience and expertise to carry out electrical installations covering a wide variety of applications, from small power for domestic premises to 3-phase power for commercial and industrial premises.

Electrical contracting is the major part of our business and has been since Secure Systems was incorporated, making us among the largest electrical contractors in our region. We have become one of the major electrical installers for the telecommunication industry, operating throughout the UK.

Commercial and industrial works is also one of our key areas, from bespoke client design to generic installation ranging from 2000 to 50,000 SqF buildings. We provide this service as a turnkey project, allowing us to remove the burden from the client and run the entire electrical cabling infrastructure within buildings. Our services range from installation only to complete planning, design and installation.

Local clients are not forgotten at Secure Systems. We have a small works division that allows us to provide a first-class service for local clients.

As an NIC EIC-approved contractor, we have an obligation to ensure that our installations conform to the standards set by of the Institute of Electrical Engineers Regulations for Electrical Installations, as well as meeting our clients’ requirements. Annual audits are carried out by the NIC EIC to ensure that our level of service and commitment remains at 100% at all times.


We have used Secure Systems for several years and are happy to recommend them as a professional, experienced and dedicated company. We like their ability to act quickly in responding to our clients' needs, which is very important to us as a fast track fit-out contractor.
Office Principles
Cyril Parsons, Partner


Secure Systems have been an integral part of NCRbodyshops for more than 10 years now. They are competent and efficient in everything from routine PAT testing through to completely rewiring our industrial units and offices. Itís not just the big jobs, though; they will also come in and sort out minor problems as well.
Mrs Christine Maskill, Managing Director