Every member of the James Foley Electrical Ltd team takes great pride in their work. 
It’s easy to see why new-build homes at the Williamsfield Developments housing scheme in Hutton Cranswick are being quickly snapped up! 
This is the East Yorkshire-based organisation’s first development, and company director Paul Lisseter and his wife Joanne have worked hard to ensure every aspect of the scheme – including the electrics and solar installations – hit the highest quality mark. 
Exceptional quality homes 
Sustainability is a major factor in the Williamsfield Developments business ethos and Paul believes the 100 per cent A rating for energy efficiency puts them in the top one per cent of housing developers in the region, with Williamsfield being the only local developer to offer certified A-rated ‘affordable housing’. 
When you’re in charge of a multitude of domestic and commercial properties, you know you need tradesmen you can rely on.  
Dependable ones who you can call on in an emergency, who arrive on time and always carry out the work to an excellent standard. Put simply, you can’t afford to stake time, money or potentially your reputation on anyone who doesn’t deliver. 
This isn’t something Anna Beckwith, owner of Driffield Properties Ltd, has to worry about.  
When it comes to dealing with the electrics for the many dwellings, flats, shops and buildings she manages across Driffield and the wider area, she contracts with one electrical engineering supplier – James Foley Electrical Ltd. 
When Rix Petroleum asked for our help in lighting a creative new employee break-out area at their Hull HQ, we were only too happy to help. 
The successful Hull firm currently turns over more than £400million a year, employs more than 600 people, and is continuing to grow at pace. So they needed somewhere for those people to go, and decided to expand into new office space at their existing site. 
They were commissioning an extension to an already-large telesales centre in order to house an additional 30 people, several new offices and the substantial time-out zone. 
And they needed to do so, fast. They approached Foley Electrical to wire and light the new office block, from ‘first fix’ stage, designing their electricity and wiring circuits, and also the position and type of lighting they needed. 
M Meadley & Sons’ invitation to help them wire and light a new grain storage building was just the kind of challenge we love to get our teeth into. 
Meadleys are arable farmers, based near Driffield, and produce wheat, oil seed rape, Yorkshire peas and barley.  
They had built a huge new industrial barn to help them comply with the latest food storage regulations, and wanted us to get involved as an extra pair of hands. 
“James installed the correct lighting so that we are now able to work after dark, and also wired an electric roller shutter door and plug sockets to enable us to use equipment like vacuum cleaners for cleaning down etc.,” said family farm co-owner Philip Meadley.