AWARD-WINNING ST ALBANS ELECTRICIAN AND THE SURROUNDING AREAS – RELIABLE BY REPUTATION
Light, heat and power have become essential elements in all of our lives. Almost every aspect of modern life has become dependent on electricity to make it work: entertainment, communication, keeping warm and cooking. It is an unnoticed, necessity that we all too often take for granted.
But when it stops working, that’s when you ask: Does anyone know a good electrician?
So we decided to take good to another level? And the difference is, that we understanding it is all about the results you want, not the technical side of the electricity itself. That’s why we always deliver:
- Safety (fully accredited and deadly serious about getting it right)
- Reliability (we really are great electricians and we care)
- Innovation (you’ll love some of the new stuff we can do)
- Clean, tidy and professional work (always!)
Take a look at some of our recent work:
Reliable by reputation
All over Hertfordshire and North London, from St Albans and Harpenden through to Watford, Hemel Hempstead and beyond, our reputation is growing. It was not just being the smallest firm to become a finalist in the Electrical Contractor of the Year and the Lighting Project of the Year awards – although we are immensely proud of that achievement; the real difference has been listening to you, our customers.
It is so much easier to do a fantastic job for a customer that tells you exactly what they want. Whether a rapid response, maintenance, a rewire or a brand new electrical installation certificate, we are totally focused on delivering a safe, certified and professional solution which delivers your requirement.
Our experience is that listening to customers is good business and our business is growing based on that experience.
So please get in touch if you would like to find an electrician in St Albans or the surrounding areas who will provide a great service in your home or your business; in an emergency or at your convenience: 01727 741993
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