Mainlight Recognised By NICEIC For 15 Years Of Membership

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Mainlight, the Manchester based lighting and electrical services firm, has been recognised by the NICEIC for its longstanding membership.

The firm received the ‘Certificate of Recognition’ in February to acknowledge its 15 years’ accreditation with the organisation.

mainlight-logoThe certificate represents a sustained record of accomplishment – a key attribute when selecting an electrical and lighting contractor for an important project – and was awarded to contractors who have who have been with NICEIC for more than 10, 15, 25 and even 50 years.

Emma Clancy, CEO of Certsure, which operates the NICEIC brand, comments: “We have over 2,500 companies who have been with us for a quarter of a century and an incredible 350 firms who have been with us for over 50 years! We wanted to acknowledge that fact and recognise their continued support.”

Pete Walsh, manager of Mainlight, adds: “It’s a great honour to receive this certificate. It’s not only reward for our many years in business, but also for the quality of work we have carried out for more than 20 years.”

Established in 1996, Mainlight is a lighting and electrical services company, specialising in design and installation of lighting and electrical solutions for commercial, industrial, social and retail premises.

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