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Our Southampton electricians do a wide range of jobs, including small jobs like fixing faults or larger jobs like rewiring a house or installing outside electrical points.
Our trades can help you with -
- If you have no electricity
- Installing and replacing lights
- Fixing faulty switches
- Installing security lights
- Installing outdoor electrics
- Installing outdoor sockets
- Rewiring your house
- Installing a fuse box
- Testing your appliances
Are you in need of a highly-rated and experienced electrician in or around Southampton? Home Solutions from John Lewis works with only the best tradespeople and can have a qualified and experienced electrician at your home at a time and date that’s suitable for you. Whatever kind of work you have in mind Home Solutions has you covered.
Every single one of the tradespeople John Lewis brings on has been through our strict, five-stage screening and vetting process to ensure you receive only the highest quality work. All affiliated Southampton electricians have given proof of their qualifications and experience, as well as the quality of their past work and positive reviews from previous customers. For added assurance, any work you receive comes with a 12-month guarantee.
We can send electricians out to anywhere across the length and breadth of Southampton. Whether your property is in a surrounding area such as Netley, Hedge End, Lyndhurst, Romsey, Chilworth, Fareham, Eastleigh, Winchester or Baddesley, or in one closer to the heart of Southampton like Highfield, Townhill Park, Shirley, Freemantle, Ocean Village, Woolston, Portswood, Bitterne, Harefield, Itchen and Sholing - John Lewis can still provide the help you need.
Hire the right electrician
We provide a range of services, from basic repairs to full system checks, as well as installation for a huge range of appliances. Especially when it comes to wiring and electrical equipment, hiring a professional with the appropriate qualifications is the best way to make sure jobs are carried out safely and to the highest standard. Without proper training, working with such things can be very dangerous.
Maintaining the electrical appliances and systems in your home is key to keeping your property in safe and working order. Even small issues can become dangerous if left unchecked. John Lewis electricians can assess, repair, install and test a wide range of electrical appliances, from lighting, to smart devices, to plug sockets both inside and outside your home.
Electrical safety checks help keep your property safe and are recommended at least once every five years for tenanted properties and once every ten years for owner-occupied homes. Failing to meet mandatory requirements and guidelines can pose serious health and safety hazards. If this becomes the case, a property can be deemed unlivable. This may mean heavy fines as well as serious costs to bring such a property up to standards.
All John Lewis affiliated tradespeople prove they have the necessary qualifications before they are allowed to work with us professionally. College-level courses and apprenticeships are completed by all of our electricians, though some receive their training directly through a company. Alongside this, all our electricians are certified by the National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting (NICEIC).
The overall price of hiring an electrician will depend on the work you require. Many frequently requested jobs often come with standardised pricing for convenience, though others require bespoke quotes.
It is important to remember that additional charges can occasionally apply, depending on the specifics of a job. Extra parts, labour or materials could be added to your bill. However, your electrician will discuss these with you beforehand, making any extra charges clear and approved ahead of time. There will be no hidden charges or surprised when you get your bill with John Lewis. Keep in mind that hiring an electrician to work over national holidays or weekends as well as during the evenings can mean you are charged at a higher rate.
Pricing for a more complicated job can require a visit to your property before any work is carried out. In this case, your electrician will assess the full extent of the work that needs to be done and create a customised quote for the job as a whole. Your quote will be broken down and made clear and simple for you to approve, so you will know exactly what you are paying for.