Electrician Woking

Highly Renowned Electricians Woking

Are you looking for an electrician Woking? Look no further! At Pennington’s we’re experienced professionals who understand good service and reliability, it’s how we’ve built our business. And we built it with a passion to overturn the stereotype of tradespeople. We provide you with fantastic and reliable electrician Woking. If you want the best then contact us today for an electrician Woking. Call us on 01932 259 620 or fill in a contact form below.

Electrician Woking

Electrician Woking - What Do Our Electricians Do?

Our Electrician Woking specialists are highly skilled individuals; they’re experienced men and women who take pride in their jobs and the service they provide. Their personal reputation matters and they’re one of the reasons why so much of our business is from referrals made by happy customers. If you’re looking for an electrician Woking, we are second to none. We design, install and maintain domestic and commercial systems across Woking, and throughout the surrounding areas.

We have been in operation since 2008, our founding directors have more than 20 years’ combined experience in the sector. With an unremitting focus on professionalism and customer service, we have an enviable track record of business success and many repeat customers. We assure you that our electrician Woking take huge pride in their jobs and ensure nothing but the best. 

We’ll give you accurate advice appropriate to the job. We’ll keep things simple and transparent, even when they’re starting to look complex. We don’t waste time and we turn up when we promise. If you’re looking for an electrician Woking, ours are NECIEC or Gas Safe approved – some are even both!

Electrician Woking - The Electricians You Can Trust

If you have any questions about our electrician Woking service then please feel free to contact us today. At Pennington’s we offer a whole range of services, please review our services section for more information. If you have any more questions, please also check out our FAQ section. To speak to us, call us on 01932 259 620 or fill in a contact form below.

Simply contact our helpful and friendly electrician Woking team today to enquire about our Woking electricians and the services they provide. Our team will discuss any concerns you may have, whether they may be faulty electricals, servicing or anything else.

 

At Pennington’s, we are proud professionals that ensure not only optimal service, but a cost efficient one. Our electricians in Woking share this sentiment and fulfill each task, no matter how large or small with the same regard to quality.

 

Contact our electrician Woking team and secure your property, as well as its electricals today.

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    Contact Our Electricians In Woking Today

    Call 01932 259 620 or Email info@penningtonselectrical.co.uk

    FAQs & Further Information

    Commercial Electricians and electrical installer’s work in offices, retail units, factories, commercial buildings and sites installing electrical systems for power outlets, lighting and wiring. Our electricians Woking have the knowledge of wiring to support large properties and systems compared to a Domestic Electrician who will have the experience of working in smaller residential properties.

    • Lights can dim or flicker
    • Warm or discoloured wall plates
    • A burning smell from switches or outlets
    • Circuit tripping
    • Fuses blowing regularly
    • Crackling, buzzing, humming or sizzling sounds
    • Any mild shock, spark or even a tingle from appliances, receptacles or switches
    • Tiny sparks when a plug is switched on

    Be sure to contact our electrician Woking team if you are concerned about the safety of electricals within your property.

    • Commercial Office & Industrial Installations
    • New Housing Developments
    • Power and Distribution Installation
    • Fire Alarm and Security Systems
    • Correcting and repairing electrical systems and installations
    • Maintenance & Repairs
    • Interior and Exterior Lighting
    • Inspection and Testing Services
    • Electric Heating & Hot Water heating specialists
    • Energy Consumption Advice
    • Electrical Fault Finding
    • Installing Immersion Heaters
    • Installing Water Heaters
    • Installing Electric Heaters/Radiators
    • Commercial Kitchen Electrical Installation, Repair & Maintenance
    • Installing Refrigeration Systems
    • Installing Air Conditioning Systems
    • Installing Extractor Fans
    • Installing Electric Commercial Kitchens & Cooker Points
    • Installing Lighting & Power Installations
    • Installing Fuse Board/Consumer Units
    • Partial or Complete Rewiring
    • Compiling Electrical Condition Reports
    • Earth Bonding Testing
    • Position, maintain and install distribution and control equipment such as switches, relays, circuit breaker panels and fuse enclosures
    • Installing data cabling
    • Installing and maintaining fibre optic systems

    An EICR (Electrical Installation Condition Report) is an assessment of the electrical installation within a property which is carried out by an experienced and qualified electrician Woking or approved contractor.

    An EICR assesses the condition of existing electrical systems and installations to find out if there are any defects against the national safety standard for electrical installations. An EICR will tell you if any of your electrical circuits or equipment is overloaded which will then be deemed as unsafe and recommend the work that needs to be carried out to make it safe and in good working order.

    As part of our service, our electrician Woking will fulfill the basis of an EICR.

    An EICR is a formal document that is provided by our qualified electrician Woking, or approved contractor after they have assessed the condition of electrical installations and systems within a domestic or commercial property.

    It will identify and prioritise any deficiencies or defects against the national safety standard for electrical installations and advise you of any electrical work that needs to be carried out to ensure it remains safe.

    The common cause of problems is poor wiring. Whether your home or business has a dryer, air conditioning unit, or water heater, if the wiring within these areas isn’t professional and up to code, you could be in danger. Electrical wiring problem occurs due to wires that were burnt off which can easily lead to disastrous consequences. These wires must be replaced as soon as possible because they are the leading cause behind the fire and can quickly turn everything in your life to crumble.

     

    The list of things to look out for when inspecting your home’s electrical system starts with the fact that the wiring has been installed properly, but there’s a hidden issue that may go unnoticed. The hidden problem can result in costly repairs to your home’s electrical system. Most people don’t realize that a major component of any major electrical installation can be extremely expensive to repair. Never wait till you are in desperate need of emergency services before you think about having your home checked out – this way, you will know if you need to have emergency service professionals check your system out

    EICR check simply means that any time a person fixes an electrical system for their home, they can expect that there will be a check made at the end to make sure that the system is in proper working order and will still be safe for the people in the home. Inspections are also conducted out on wiring and fixed electrical appliances to monitor that it is safe.

    Most people are aware of common electrical problems. The three most common electrical problems in homes, offices, and businesses are tripping the breaker, lightning, and electrocution. When an electrical problem occurs, whether it is tripping of the breaker or lightning striking the wires that run across your property, it can create a dangerous situation. Even one second of electricity can be deadly.

    If you’re not sure what the cause of electrical problems in your home, you should contact a qualified electrician so that they can assess the situation for you. They will be able to tell you if your problem is electrical in nature and if it is something more severe like a trip or lightning strike

    If you own an HMO (House in Multiple Occupation), you have a legal obligation to have a periodic inspection carried out on your property every five years. If your property is not an HMO, then you are not legally obliged to get your installation tested on a periodic basis.

    However, we recommend that you have a full periodic inspection carried out every five years or on change of tenancy, whichever comes first. Our guidance is based on legal obligations set out in The Landlords and Tenant Act (1985).

    Faulty and old electric systems can cause fires and damage to your property in Woking so it is vital you have them assessed regularly.

    Fixed wiring testing accurately identifies electrical issues, their locations and any recommended actions needed. Call our electrician Woking for more information.

    The Landlords and Tenants Act (1985) requires that the electrical installation in a rented property whether domestic or commercial has an EICR report (Electrical Installation Condition Report). Ensure that any electrical systems and wiring have been checked by a qualified and registered electrician Woking to confirm they are in good working order and safe.

    UK law requires businesses to meet specific codes and standards regarding electricity in the workplace to keep their electrical systems safe and in good working order. Many of these regulations are set by the Landlords and Tenants Act of 1985 to protect tenants of rented domestic and commercial buildings.

    A commercial EICR Certificate demonstrates that you are compliant with these regulations which ensure that a building is safe for tenants and employees.

    An EICR carried our by an electrician Woking will detail anything that you must correct with your electrical system and this can include;

    • Any out of date electrical systems that are not compliant with safety regulations
    • Any defects and deterioration in your electrical equipment
    • Any damage to your electrical systems, circuits and wiring
    • Any electrical equipment which may need repair or replacement
    • Any observed damage
    • Any dangerous electrics

    If you don’t have an EICR report completed a minimum of every 5 years and if you cannot prove you have had the assessment completed as you are legally required then you could be liable under UK law for any damage or injuries caused by an electrical fault. Ask our electrician in Woking for more information.

    Three main categories include circuit breakers, surge protectors, and load controllers when it comes to the electrical system’s different types. Each of these different types of electrical systems plays a significant role in your home’s overall safety and efficiency.

    For example, when it comes to circuit breakers, your electrician needs to know the different types of breakers available on the market. If you do not have an electrician in your home, then the chances are excellent that you will have to work with a surge protector. On the other hand, if you have a licensed electrician, then chances are excellent. They will already be familiar with the different types of surge protectors available on the market

    It is simple, If the electricity in your home is erratic, or if you have noticed a lot of buzzing or whining noises, or if you have seen the black smoke coming from the outlet boxes, then this could be a sign of a breaker box problem in your home.

    The following are few things that can cause your electric sockets to stop working.

    Metal corrosion: This is commonly caused when metal is placed near an electric circuit board. When this happens, the metal contacts to get closer to each other, creating a metal arc. The contact ends up burning, which causes the wire to get hot and start to burn.

    Leaks: Another common problem is a leak in one of the electric circuits in your home.

    Insulation: You can tell if your insulator is faulty by sticking it in a jar of water and watching if it freezes.