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Logan Installations

Experienced Electrical Contractors in Glasgow Specialising in Solar PV Installation

Established in 2016, Logan Installations is an emerging company in the renewable energy and construction sectors based in Glasgow, to the west of Scotland. We are NICEIC approved electrical contractors who design, supply, install and commission solar PV installations in your home or business, our experienced engineers can assist with your electrical requirements and we offer electrical inspection & testing services such as electrical installation condition reports, compliance and certification for the homeowner, business owner, or local authority.

As members of the NICEIC approved contractor scheme, you can be assured all our work is carried out to the highest possible standard – we take great pride in what we do.

We offer competitive pricing structures on all our services and, with nationwide coverage, we go the extra mile for our clients as we pride ourselves on quality over quantity.

We have 13 years’ experience specialising in electrical technologies – particularly electrical contracting and solar photovoltaic PV panels for new build housing, social housing, and commercial scale buildings. This means we have the experience to deliver projects on time and to budget.

We are an NICEIC MCS accredited company and members of the RECC (Renewable Energy Consumer Code) and operate under DAWWI (workmanship warranty insurance).

Contact us for a free, no obligation quote to start generating your own clean green electricity and lower your energy bills.

We are always looking to engage with developers, contractors, social landlords, and homeowners who are interested in saving money on their electrical or renewable energy projects. Please contact us now to arrange a FREE assessment on your electrical or energy requirements on info@loganinstall.co.uk or call 07535 633 210

What is the MCS?

The Microgeneration Certification Scheme is an industry-led scheme, originally supported by the Department of Energy and Climate Change (now part of the Department of Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS)). It is an internationally-recognised quality assurance scheme for renewable installers. MCS has been running since 2008, certificating both the equipment and the installers of small scale renewable energy technologies against industry standards.

What is the RECC?

The Renewable Energy Consumer Code (RECC) was set up by the Renewable Energy Association. RECC’s aim is to guarantee a high-quality experience for consumers wishing to buy or lease small-scale energy generation systems for their homes and, in this way, promote the small-scale renewable sector. RECC’s members have agreed to comply with the high standards set out in the Code, and the RECC logo is a sign of this commitment. The Code is approved by Trading Standards Institute as part of its self-regulation initiative, the Consumer Codes Approval Scheme (CCAS).

What is the dawwi?

The Workmanship Warranty Insurance (DAWWI) Scheme, provided by Quality Assured National Warranties (QANW), is one such product. RECC has negotiated a competitive package with QANW and only RECC members can access this scheme.