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Battersea Electrical

About Us

Specialists in high specification domestic electrical work, office and retail electrical work. From rewirings, fault finding, emergency lighting and fire solutions, to ambient and innovative lighting throughout your property we offer a wide range of electrical and lighting solutions. Highly qualified experts with an impeccable track record, we have a robust management, superb level of client service and adhere to a strict Health & Safety process to deliver high quality electrical workmanship for our clients. Our vision is to help our clients to transform their property into the space they need and aspire to have by providing inspirational lighting and electrical lifestyle solutions.

Services Provided

Electrical Inspection & Testing, Electrical Installation, Electrical Repair, Extractor Fan Installation, Fuse Box Installation & Repair, House Wiring, Lighting Design, Lighting Installation, Outdoor Lighting Installation, Plug Socket & Light Switch Installation, Recessed Lighting Installation, Smoke Alarm Installation

Areas Served

London, South West London, Wandsworth, Clapham, Balham, Westminster, Pimlico, Chelsea, Fulham, Battersea, Stockwell


Accreditations NICEIC Domestic Installer NICEIC Approved Contractor Chas Accredited Contractor

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2 Projects

London, UK

Museum Street

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Contact Battersea Electrical
Shakespeare House
168 Lavender Hill
London, Greater London SW11 5TG
United Kingdom
Typical Job Cost £500 - £200,000
Minimum call out £95 ex VAT for first 60mins £80 ex VAT / hour thereafter £450 ex VAT day rate
United Kingdom
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