Meet the Team at Juice Electrical Services

Our electricians are professionally qualified and meet the competence standards as set out in the latest edition of BS7671 the IET Wiring Regulations.

The team are encouraged to keep abreast of ongoing technical developments and continue developing their skills by attending industry-related events, seminars, and manufacturer training.

Chris Beeney

Chris Beeney

Director, Qualified Supervisor & Electrician

Chris has a National Certificate in Electrical & Electronic Engineering, which he gained during his apprenticeship in the early 90’S with British Rail.

Chris has worked for a variety of commercial, retail and domestic clients over the years. He is enthusiastic about all things electrical. And enjoys the challenge of getting to grips with technical problems, designing new systems and
leaving behind happy customers.

Likes: motorsport, fishing, gardening, supporting his local scout group, cricked club & primary school with free labour, gifts and ideas

Simon Wood

Simon Wood

Qualified Electrician

Simon started out as an electrician in 2012. He is qualified to BS7671 18th Edition and has certificates in electrical installation 2382 and inspection and testing 2377.

Simon has gained a wealth of experience over the years, enjoys getting stuck into electrical jobs and completing projects to the client specification.

Likes: renovating his own house
(from top to bottom!) motorcycles, gardening & shooting.

Nic Gray

Nic Gray

Office Administrator

Nic has over 20 years admin and accounts experience in a variety of industries.

She runs the Juice ES office and keeps us organised and also handles front-line enquiries from customers when Chris and Simon are out on the tools.

Nic’s interests and hobbies are –
spending any spare time she has with her family and her Chiweenie dog Minnie!

Henry Hoover

Henry T Hoover

Cleaning & Hygiene

He is so much more than just a smiley face!

Henry brings his professional cleaning services to every job we attend and is more than happy to get stuck in whenever required