Electrician Meath

Electrician Meath

Jim Hetherton (086-8197350) is a Registered Electrician who has decades of experience working as a professional electrician, all of Jim’s work is certified and this is essential for insurance cover and building regulations.

Jim Hetherton works to a very high standard, be that work on an existing building or a new build, all work is certified and The ESB will need certification for connection purposes.

Over the years Jim Hetherton has gained a reputation for professionalism and Jim’s reputation is built upon the fact that Jim places the client’s needs at the heart of every job. The corner-stones of Jim’s work are agreed price and scheduled planning.



Recommended Electrician Meath Ireland


“In 2014 Jim Hetherton carried out both first and second fix electrical work to my home, I had bought a derelict cottage and restored it. I agreed a price with Jim at the start of the work and this price remained in place to the completion of work, at no time was any attempt made to increase the price of the work, although I could see that some extra work was being carried out, Jim arrived when he said he would, he completed when he said he would, and Jim remained within our agreed price. I would highly recommend Jim Hetherton to anyone who wants professional work within an agreed budget”. Monica (Reference available upon request)


RECI’s overall function is the regulation of the activities of electrical contractors with respect to safety and the requirements of the Criteria Document as set up by the Commission of Energy Regulation (Commission).
RECI’s core activities are:
Processing of applications and registration of electrical contractors, and publication of the register
Monitoring, Inspection and Audit of electrical contractors
Investigation of complaints received and the disciplining of electrical contractors registered with RECI;
Inspection of works of Third Parties;
Management of the distribution, sale, recording, control and the validation of Certificates;
Public and industry awareness activities;
Interaction and co-ordination of activities with other Bodies and such other agencies, bodies, committees and Government Departments as the Commission may direct from time to time;
Maintaining records of, and reporting on, the activities of RECI;
The operation, and use, of the Brand in accordance with the requirements specified by the Commission.
Electrical Contractors Safety & Standards Association (ECSSA) is one of only two Licensed Regulatory Bodies for electrical contractors in Ireland. It has put in place Policies, Procedures and Systems which will ensure that Members work is carried out to the highest levels of safety and in accordance with current ETCI Wiring Rules, while at the same time providing an unbiased, accessible and efficient Complaints and Disciplinary Procedure, where the principals of Fair Play and Natural Justice are paramount.