Tackling electrical repairs on your own is never advisable unless you have a sufficient amount of skill and experience. Whether it’s a blown bulb or power shortage, Elextric has the expertise to assist with any urgent electrical work that’s required in your home.
When you call Elextric, you’ll be greeted by an electrician wearing full uniform and carrying ID that can be produced upon request. All of our electricians also drive clearly marked vans, giving you reassurance that you’re dealing with a professional and trustworthy electrical company.
No matter the emergency, we’ll always ensure that any remedial work is fully quoted and approved by you first. To minimise disruption to your home, our electricians wear shoe protectors and use dust covers wherever necessary, and will make sure to clean up thoroughly once work is complete.
Guarantee and accreditation
We are fully trade accredited. Elextric is registered with STROMA as an Approved Contractor and Domestic Installer. We are registered with TrustMark for electrical work, and we are member of the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET). In addition, all our works are backed by public liability insurance and professional indemnity insurance.
When you book our electrician you can count on getting the professional expertise you’re looking for. All work is carried out is fully insured and compliant with the latest IET wiring regulations BS7671. Customers are provided with peace of mind as you receive a work quality guarantee 12 Months and where necessary installation certificate will be issued for the job on completion and the works registered with your local authority building control as per the current Part P regulations.
What you get from Elextric
Occasional extra costs
We won’t charge you for
At Elextric, keeping our customers safe is the number one priority. We will take the time to conduct an electrical safety test with every callout, free of charge, to ensure that all electrical installations in your home comply with the relevant safety standards. Our electricians have a duty to inform you of anything that poses a risk to your personal safety – such as exposed wiring or an overheated fuse – and advise on the solutions available, allowing you to make an informed decision.