Our commercial electrical contractors work closely with a number of businesses in Exeter and across the surrounding area. We are available for large commercial contracts including new-builds and renovations. We can design, supply and fit lighting systems and also offer a range of tests to ensure the safety of your premises.
For more information about any of our services, or to arrange a free quote, contact our team today.
Our electrical services are ideal for a wide range of commercial settings, including:
The services we offer include but are not limited to:
To find out more about electrical services for your business, contact our team today.
We offer a fully comprehensive commercial lighting service for a variety of business premises, we also offer lighting design Lighting Design options for domestic clients too. Whether you need purely functional lighting for an office space, or more stylish fittings for a pub, bar or restaurant, we’ve got you covered.
We use reliable, low-maintenance light fittings for all our commercial projects, so you can get on with the day-to-day running of your business. Our experienced commercial electricians will design, supply and install your new lighting scheme on time and to budget.
So, for a sleek commercial lighting system that improves the functionality and atmosphere of your space, contact our experts today. We will happily provide a free, no-obligation quote for whatever services you need.
We can also offer our clients reactive and planned maintenance services. For faults on wiring to replacement appliances that are no longer working as they have experienced a breakdown. So, if you are a landlord, letting agent, business owner or even a homeowner and have noticed problems with any electrics, we can offer this comprehensive service to you.
As fully qualified electricians, we can conduct all the safety testing you need to keep things running smoothly in your business. That includes both Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR) and Portable Appliance Testing (PAT).
An up-to-date EICR demonstrates that your fuse board, switches, power outlets and other electrical fittings are functioning properly and unlikely to cause fire or electric shock. That means maximising the safety of your employees, customers and anyone else who uses your building.
PAT, on the other hand, is the examination of all your appliances and equipment to make sure they are safe to use. You might think everything looks normal, but there are some defects that only a trained professional can identify. For more information, contact our team today.
To book a commercial electrical contractor for your business in Exeter or somewhere nearby, contact our team today.