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Local Lighting and Power Electricians

When it comes to lighting and power installations, whether for a new construction project, wiring upgrade, or necessary repairs, the key is selecting a fully qualified electrician specialising in lighting and power systems.

 

The importance of compliance with building regulations cannot be overstated. For commercial properties, adherence to specific regulations is crucial. These include compliance with the Commercial Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) and the IET BS 7671 standard, mandating periodic inspections and testing to ensure the safety and functionality of electrical installations.

 

Choosing a certified lighting and power electrician ensures not only the proper execution of installations but also guarantees compliance with the necessary regulations governing residential and commercial electrical systems. Their expertise extends beyond mere installations, encompassing a commitment to safety and regulatory compliance, ensuring the longevity and reliability of your electrical infrastructure.

 

Whether embarking on a new project or maintaining an existing property, rely on local lighting and power electricians to provide comprehensive solutions tailored to your specific needs. Elevate your electrical systems with professionals dedicated to ensuring your installations meet the highest standards of safety and efficiency.

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Here’s a list of some of the leading lighting and power electricians companies in the UK. If you want to search for someone local to you, please use the search bar above to find the right lighting and power electrician for you, based in your local area.

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Builders

in Swallowdale Lane, Hemel Hempstead, HP2 7EA

Covering Hemel Hempstead and within a 8 mile radius.
Fencing and gates

in Cottage Leap, Rugby, CV21 3XP

Covering Rugby and within a 8 mile radius.
Bricklayers

in 72-75, Feeder Road, Bristol, BS2 0TQ

Covering Bristol and within a 8 mile radius.
Lighting & Power Electricians

in The Pumphouse, Moor Street, Rainham, ME8 8QF

Covering Rainham and within a 8 mile radius.
Lighting & Power Electricians

in Valley Business Centre, Newtownabbey, BT36 7LS

Covering Newtownabbey and within a 8 mile radius.
Lighting & Power Electricians

in BCS House, Bourne, PE10 9HT

Covering Bourne and within a 8 mile radius.

More about Lighting and Power Electricians

Navigate the intricacies of electrical installations with local lighting and power electricians, your trusted partners in ensuring optimal lighting and power solutions. Whether embarking on a new construction venture, contemplating a wiring upgrade, or addressing repairs, these specialists bring a wealth of expertise to the table.

 

Crucially, compliance with building regulations is at the forefront of their service. For commercial properties, a thorough understanding of regulations such as the Commercial Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) and adherence to the IET BS 7671 standard is paramount. This mandates periodic inspections and testing, safeguarding the integrity and safety of electrical installations. Beyond installations, these certified electricians prioritise safety and regulatory adherence.

Lighting and Power Electricians costs

The costs for lighting and power electricians can vary greatly depending on location and the type of services you require, see our cost guide below:

Frequently asked questions about lighting and power electricians

Lighting and power electricians are involved in the installation, repair and testing of lighting and power supply. These are some of the most common jobs lighting and power electricians do:  
  • Installation of electrical wire in new buildings.
  • Full property rewire to upgrade the electrical wiring.
  • Installation and upgrade of electrical panels.
  • Outlet (sockets) and switch installation.
  • Installation of light fixtures including LED lights, outdoor lighting and emergency lighting.
  • Emergency repairs to power supply issues.
  • Safety inspections (including PAT testing and EICR).
  • Installation of security equipment and lighting.
  • Set up of distribution boards, circuit breakers and generators.
  • Installation of data cabling and networking.
  • Installation of smart home systems.
  These are just some examples of jobs but lighting and power electricians will usually do any type of work related to electrical maintenance, repair or installation.

If you have a property with electrical wiring that was installed a long time ago, there is a good chance that you will require a rewire, as insulation on cables will typically last 20-30 years. If you have wiring that is older than 25 years, this could be a fire risk or an electric shock risk, so it is important to have a fully qualified electrician inspect your wiring to confirm whether rewiring is required.

Rewiring a 3-bedroom house will usually cost between £4,000 and £8,000 but it will vary depending on the house size and layout of the electrics. A full house rewire will usually take around 7-10 days, so the costs for a qualified electrician, plus the materials such as cables, sockets and light switches will all be factored into the cost.

Qualified lighting and power electricians will usually charge an hourly rate of between £30 and £50. For larger electrical jobs, such as rewiring a full property, they may charge a day rate instead of an hourly rate, which will be around £300 to £450 per day.

Your electrician should be able to give you an estimate for the work before they get started.

If you are replacing an existing light fixture, a lighting electrician will usually charge around £50 to £70 to complete the work. If you require a completely new light fixture to be installed without existing electrical wires, the electrician will need to wire the fixture. The alternative is to install a light fixture that does not require power from the mains supply.

For safe and professional lighting and power installation, maintenance and testing, you should only ever use a fully qualified electrician. All the tradespeople on Top Tradies are required to provide evidence of memberships, qualifications and insurance, so you can be assured your electrician has the required qualifications for the job.

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