Electrical Work Undertaken

Our Electricians are specialists in any area of electrical needs, qualified NIC electicians do the best work possible at the best rate in the country. We are not beaten on quality of work or price of the job give us a call now to find out more. 


We offer a very flexible service and competitive rates for all electrical testing services. Please contact us to find out more.

Safety and Building Regulations

All works carried out comply with health and safety regulations, and are building regulation compliant.

Our services

We provide a wide range of electrical services. Some of these services are listed below.However if you have a particular project in mind that is not listed, then please contact us.

Domestic Electricians -Reliable & Qualified Electrical Contractors in *county*

  • Complete house rewiring;
  • Periodic electrical testing;
  • Minor electrical maintenance;
  • Large and small electrical installations;
  • Fitting of electrical showers;
  • Installation of storage heaters and panel heaters;
  • Installation of security lighting & Alarm systems;

Commercial Electrical Contractors -

  • Complete commercial & Industrial electrical installations;
  • Electrical design service;
  • Electrical fault finding;
  • Inspection & Testing;
  • Periodic Reports;
  • Public address system installations;
  • Fire Alarm Installations;
  • Disabled toilet alarms systems;
  • Disabled refuge systems;
  • Access Control systems;
  • Emergency Lighting;

 The list of more services we have to offer:

-CCTV Systems fully fitted
- Complete or partial property rewires.
- Consumer unit replacement.
- Earthing upgrades.
- Full fault finding service.
- Landlord safety certificate
- Installation of smoke alarms (mains or battery operated)
- Extra sockets, lighting
- Outside lighting and security lights
- Updating consumer units to RCD units
- Update wiring to comply with BS7671
- Repairs to immersion heaters
- Replace s
torage or panel Heaters
- Installation of electric showers
- PAT testing service