About Us

Established in 1982

Ron Clark Electrical was established in the early 1980’s, the family run firm has built up a reputation for quality and service that is second to none in the electrical industry. 

Over the years, Ron Clark Electrical & Sons has gained a huge amount of experience in the electrical industry, everything from installing illuminated advertising signs in premier league stadiums, to performing electrical safety checks for the RAF and the MOD.

Our Goal

Built on the successful reputation, Ron Clark Electrical & Sons operates with the key characteristics of the main business:

  • Proactive
  • Reliable
  • Responsive

Our Accreditation’s

At Ron Clark Electrical & Sons we take health and safety very seriously, we have NICEIC approved status. All of our staff undertake in-depth health and safety training, and a number of our specialist electricians are fully CompEx qualified, enabling them to work in hazardous areas.

Our Team

Derek Clark
Managing Senior Partner

Born and bred in Bristol, Derek entered the family partnership in 1982 after following in his Dad’s footsteps as a career choice. 

With over 42 years in the electrical industry, Derek was regional chairman of Bristol and Bath for the ECA 2015-2017.

Chris Clark
Senior Partner – Purchasing 

Originally a stone mason, Chris joint the family firm alongside his father and brothers in 1987 following an apprenticeship with the business.  

A valuable partner in the company, Chris manages all purchase orders and inventory, alongside providing a strong contribution amongst the workforce. 

Sally Hill
Office Manager

Cindy Savage
Accounts Manager

Richard Clark
Project Engineer 

Lee Jenkins
Inspection & Testing Engineer

Adam Britton

Electrical Engineer

We’re Here for You When You Need it

We are Local

Bristol and Bath, Somerset, Wiltshire & Gloucester Area

  • In an emergency you can count on us
  • Available by phone, email and skype
  • Prices are competitive 
  • Our team are friendly and professional 

“Proactive, Reliable & Responsive”