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DJ Mace & Son Aico Training

All our operatives at DJ Mace & Son have taken part in a training course to be part of Aico’s Expert Installer scheme.

This ensures that member are committed to promoting the best practice for all domestic fire and carbon monoxide detection installations.

The training included learning about the standards & regulations, system design and system installation of Aico smoke & heat alarms.


25 years NICEIC registered

DJ Mace & Son has recently been awarded a certificate by NICEIC in recognition of 25 years continued registration.

The NICEIC is a regulatory body for the electrical contracting industry. They make sure registered contracts are fully competent in safety, and compliant with building regulations, by regular assessments.

25 years NICEIC certificate



DJ Mace & Son are on the move

We are pleased to announce our move to new premises.  From 27th February 2017 our new address will be:


Unit N2

Lambs Farm Business Park





The telephone number will remain the same.

Staff Development

DJ Mace & Son are pleased to announce that James Marshall has recently completed the Site Supervisor Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS)


Installation at Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew

D J Mace & Son recently carried out work in Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew, London. We supplied and installed 2 new bespoke main switch panels to upgrade the mains distribution within 2 of the buildings located on site.

They had to be delivered to site via flatbed truck and then lifted by hoist inside the switch rooms. They were then sited on new concrete plinths in the switch rooms ready for connection to the already existing main sub mains.


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New defibrillator installed in Wokingham

D J Mace & Son are proud to have taken part in the unveiling ceremony for a brand new defibrillator inside a telephone kiosk in Wokingham town centre. Philip Mace, our Managing Director, met with Deputy Town Mayor Julian McGhee-Sumner for the occasion.

D J Mace & Son were invited to take part in the ceremony by the council after we installed the equipment free of charge. This will benefit the community by giving the public 24-hour access to potentially life saving equipment.