We provide a wide range of electrician services that cater for all your needs
Over the years we have become specialists in full home rewires. We also work closely with some of the countries biggest kitchen companies and Surrey's best kitchen fitters. We have also established relationships with several bathroom fitters and have vast experience in rewiring all over the home.
We can design and install audio, visual, security, data lighting and communication and other smart home systems into new build and existing properties. We are experienced electricians who have the knowledge and capability to install the most up to date technology into your home whatever you budget.
Wireless, Smart Home and Android/iPhone systems can control Lighting, Garden Lighting, Heating, Blinds, TVs, Security Systems, Smoke Alarms and much more.
The future is in electric cars. We have become a leading advocate for this change and specialists in installing car charging ports in your home (or more specifically your driveway or garage).
With electric cars clearly the future, an increasing number of people are seeking the convenience and speed of charging cars in the home. As part of its Electric Vehicle Homecharge scheme, the Office for Low Emissions (OLEV) will provide £500 towards the cost.
We offer a comprehensive range of solutions for the home with a range of designs and charging speeds.
Solar panels are at the forefront of renewable energy. When it comes to solar panels in the UK, there is an added incentive to invest in solar panel installation – the feed in tariff system. This states that those who produce their own power through renewable means earn money for every unit they generate – whether they use it or sell it back to the national grid.
One of the most obvious upsides to the installation of domestic solar panels is the savings on energy bills as a consequence of using power from home solar panels as opposed to electricity drawn from the grid. Dependent upon the size of the solar panel installation, orientation of the roof and level of sunlight, a home solar panel system is capable of providing at least 50% of the electricity a household uses in a year.
Getting power to the outside of your home will completely revitalise the way you use your garden or patio, as well as providing much easier and safer solutions to having miles of extension cable leading out from your house.
Although there are battery powered or solar alternatives, having proper lighting installed outside brings year round safety, security and often beautiful aesthetics.
Security and practicality are two reasons why outdoor lighting can be so important. Motion sensor lights can provide additional protection against intruders and spotlights can line a pathway or drive. Another use for outdoor lighting is to highlight and illuminate features of your garden like fountains, statues, flower beds and trees.
Most people enjoy spending time on their patios or in their greenhouses and sheds. Without power there are certain limitations as to how often they can use their outdoor spaces comfortably. Lighting and heating can ensure a much more enjoyable and practical outdoor living experience.
Sockets in outdoor locations are handy for a variety of reasons. They can also make using electric tools in the garden much safer, negating the need to use extension leads.
However, when introducing power outside is not without its dangers and risks to consider; the distance between the mains and sockets, weather conditions, coverings and housing, means of safety and even the depth and type of cables being used to supply power.
PAT testing will help you identify any electrical faults or potentially dangerous electrical items before they cause problems. We work around customers with both evening and weekend work possible. Our service provides you everything you need to get protected in a quick and efficient manner.
What Is PAT Testing
Portable appliance testing (PAT) is the term used to describe the examination of electrical appliances and equipment to ensure they are safe to use. Most electrical safety defects can be found by visual examination but some types of defect can only be found by testing. However, it is essential to understand that visual examination is an essential part of the process because some types of electrical safety defect can’t be detected by testing alone.