Select the electrical service you require:
Our electricians in the Gloucester local area offer the full range of electrical jobs, including fixing switches, changing light fittings, installing outside sockets, electrical safety checks and rewiring.
Our trades can help you with -
- Light fitting
- Fault finding
- Fix a tripped fuse box
- Security light installs
- Outdoor socket installation
- Move and fit wall sockets
- Rewiring a house
- EICR inspection
- Fit spotlights into ceiling
Are you in search of a reliable and professional electrician in the Gloucester area? Worried that some tradespeople might not be up to standard or fully qualified? That’s where Home Solutions from John Lewis comes in. We are able to offer fully accredited, experienced electricians wherever you may be in Gloucester. Whatever work you may require, just provide a time and date and we’ll have the right tradesperson for you at your door.
With our five-stage, strict evaluation process we vet every tradesperson before they approved to work with us to provide peace of mind that, when you hire through Home Solutions, you only get the best quality services. Our tradespeople have been proven to provide consistent client satisfaction through reviews from past customers as well as qualifications and experience to back up their work. We are so confident in our electricians that we offer a 12-month guarantee for any service you purchase through us.
Our services cover the entirety of the Gloucester area. We can have an electrician at your property whether you are located centrally in Elmbridge, Podsmead, Abbeydale, Abbeymead, Kingsholm, Hucclecote, Docks, Wotton, Innsworth, Brockworth or Churchdown or in surrounding areas like Highnam, Shurdington, Chedworth, Hardwicke, Cheltenham, Cirencester, Stroud or Ross-on-wye.
Hire the right electrician
Maintaining your electrical wiring and appliances in your home is a very important part of keeping your property in working condition. Issues with your electrical systems can potentially lead to further complications and more expensive repairs if left unchecked. Electrical safety checks are recommended at least once every ten years for an owner-occupied home and at least once every five years for property owned by a landlord. Failing to meet housing standards can mean heavy expenses to get everything up to code and, at worst, leave your home unlivable.
Our electricians are capable of providing a wide range of services, from full system checks to fixing an unsafe plug socket. Even with small-scale jobs, when it comes to working with electrical equipment it is best to leave it to a qualified professional. They can carry out the tasks that need doing not only to the highest standard but also safely. Without the proper training and experience, trying to work with electrical equipment can be incredibly dangerous and has the potential to cause more damage.
Hiring an experienced electrician through Home Solutions from John Lewis means you will receive the best quality work. All Home Solutions affiliated tradespeople have the necessary qualifications to work professionally and have years of experience to back them up. They will have completed college-level courses or apprenticeships as well as direct, company training. In addition, all electricians will be certified through the National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting (NICEIC).
Hiring an electrician through Home Solutions comes with two different options of payment. Firstly, small-scale and common tasks will likely be included in our standardised prices, that can be found on our website for your convenience. Alternatively, you can contact your hired electrician to discuss the details of the work you require. This will allow your electrician to calculate a bespoke quote for all the tasks entailed.
When more complicated and large-scale jobs are undertaken, it is common for an electrician to come to your property in advance. By visiting your property, they can accurately assess all the work that needs doing, including calculating materials, labour and time-scale. This will allow them to create a customised quote for the whole project, breaking down and approving with you every part of the quote.
Importantly, additional charges may apply, depending on the details of a job. For example, temporary parking fares, additional materials or specific parts may be required. Also, hiring a tradesperson to work over weekends or national holidays, as well as during evenings, can mean you are charged more for the work you receive. However, your electrician will make any necessary charges, such as these, explicitly clear beforehand. This is so that you are completely aware of anything that might affect the bill you receive, so you will never have any nasty surprises.