About Minster Electrical Contractors
Minster Electrical Contractors were established in March 2010 by Craig Stuckey. Starting at the Somerset College of arts and technology taking on a one day a week course working towards his technical qualifications.

Craig then attended local Electrical training centre P and R Hurt in Yeovil to undertake his pre-training for his final practical to become qualified electrician the AM2 exam, and then attended another training centre, Clarkson Evans, in Cheltenham to obtain his NVQ 3 qualification. Once these were accomplished he has returned to P and R Hurt to obtain his 2382 electrical regulations exam, and recently has returned again to get the 2391 test and inspection qualification.

Working for an electrical contracting business in Somerton for a year before they unfortunately went out of business, after this Craig moved to a local contractor who he worked for until starting Minster Electrical Contractors back in March. Craig has six years experience in the electrical contracting business undertaking many tasks in the electrical trade, mainly a domestic electrician over the years having experience from the simplest of tasks to the most demanding ones.

Having started the business it is now fully recognised in the local area, have joined Napit (Trade association) and also become part of Trustmark a government backed scheme that supports quality at work. More information for these can be found from the links. So after a successful first part of a year, you can be sure to know that Minster Electrical Contractors are here to stay and will become a more prominent company in the local area.