Emergency electrician in Epsom, Horton, Longmead, KT19
Emergency electrician in Epsom, Horton, Longmead, KT19
We are fully insured, experienced electricians located in Epsom, Horton, Longmead, KT19. With tens of thousands of jobs, and over 10 years of service under our belt, we are a trusted and reliable service covering all of Epsom, Horton, Longmead, KT19 and surrounding areas. We are on call 24 hours a day, seven days a week. No job is too small or too big – just give us a call, and we will be with you within one hour.
No call-out charges – ever! We charge per hour and are only a phone call away, 24/7. Call us for your emergency electrician service now!
Whether it’s dealing with a power cut or fixing your washing machine, we are here to help. We offer a comprehensive range of emergency electrical services for both domestic and commercial properties of all sizes. We do everything from electrical appliance repair to rewiring and fault finding, we have worked with landlords, hospitals, and even foreign government embassies! We have every problem and every type of property covered, so don’t hesitate to get in touch. We are always ready with helpful advice on the next steps, and guarantee to get to you as quickly as possible (usually within an hour).
When do you need an emergency electrician?
An electrical problem is a very stressful occasion. Unlike other types of emergencies, such as plumbing, electrics is something you really cannot fix on your own. Under UK legislation, all electrical repairs must comply with what is known as the Part P of Building Regulations. Simply put, anyone repairing your electrics must be registered under a government approved scheme. In practice, this means that Part P compliance is required even if you just want to have a look at the problem and carry out checks. So, if something is wrong and you want it checked out, you really need a qualified electrician on site with you as soon as possible. We are fully licensed to deal with your problem, quickly. But do you know how to spot trouble?
Here are sure signs that you should call an emergency electrician without delay:
– Smoke, blackening or outlets that are hot to the touch, or spark: Stop using any such outlet immediately
– Smell of burning plastic: Should be taken seriously, as this can indicate damaged wires, which can lead to an electrical fire
– Wet wires: whether it’s due to flooding, for example in a basement, or an accident. If your wiring is old and some of it is underfoot, you are at risk from leaks and should have the wiring replaced
– Your home/commercial property is the only one that is out of power in your building/street. This is the easiest way to tell that the problem is inside your property, and not with the grid
– A loud humming or buzzing is noise coming from your fuse box: this can indicate a fuse box that is about to fail and leave you with an outage
– An exposed wire: this presents an electrocution/fire hazard, and should be looked at right away
This is not an exhaustive list, but old buildings – there are lots of them in the Epsom, Horton, Longmead, KT19 area! – are particularly prone to these and other problems associated with outdated wiring and outlets. One thing to remember, though, is that not all electrical problems look dramatic. Even if it’s just a switch that has stopped working, you’ll want it checked out by a professional. A small problem that looks insignificant could cause a more serious one down the line, especially for local businesses that could end up losing income if closed during working hours.
How we can help
We carry out full fault checks to identify the exact location of the problem, always explaining all the steps as we work. Something that is smoking or sparking is obvious, but it is much more frustrating when the lights go off for no apparent reason! We have the expertise and over 10 years’ experience needed to diagnose all problems quickly and efficiently. We have in-depth knowledge of old London housing stock which can be very tricky when it comes to electrics. We are also experienced in covering both domestic and commercial properties – it’s one thing replacing a fuse box in a residential flat, quite another dealing with wiring in a school or government building!
Not all electrical jobs we take on are emergencies. We are fully qualified to carry out electrical installations, including wiring and appliances such as dishwashers, washing machines, washer-dryers, fridges and appliance repair. We also advise on appliance safety and carry out electrical testing for both domestic and commercial properties, which can reduce the likelihood of a breakdown in the future, and save you or your business the headache of an electrical emergency.
We are a tight-knit, proudly local business and over the years we have earned the trust of the local community in Epsom, Horton, Longmead, KT19 and beyond. An experienced electrician is hard to find one who knows the local area even harder. We vet our people thoroughly, all of our engineers are highly experienced, reliable, fully trained and fully insured electrical engineers who work with precision and dedication. They are friendly, too, they will answer any question you may have don’t hesitate to ask! We guarantee you the highest standard of work and service, from first phone call to the final result.
How we charge
We will never, ever charge any call-out fees, most of our jobs are charged on an hourly basis. We believe that in most cases, an hourly rate is more transparent and gives you better value than a fixed fee. For larger projects, we are happy to provide you with a quote, with no-obligation to proceed. Our pricing is very competitive, we will always advise you on the best options for you. Most of our work is guaranteed for a period of at least 12 months. We are committed to delivering on the work, value for money and great customer service. For all your electrical emergencies in Epsom, Horton, Longmead, KT19, call us now!
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