24 hour electrician service

Qualified Electricians

Any electrical job big or small, our experienced team of qualified electricians and project managers offer an efficient, reliable and guaranteed service from start to finish.
Call us

Our team of electricians are on hand 24/7 to help support you and our island.

 

  • Weekdays

    Between 8:00am to 4:30pm call us on 01481 241984

  • Week nights

    Between 4:30pm and 8:00am, give our on-call electricians a ring on 0800 587 0285 

  • Weekends

    Need some help outside of office hours? Give our team a call on 0800 587 0285

Top Tip

Have an electrical inspection before letting or buying a property. 
This will make sure the property is safe and that any problems can be rectified more quickly according to a national safety standard

what we can do
Need a light fixed, a new plug socket - or an entire property rewire? We're here to do just that.

When something electrical needs fixing or you need something new installed, we've got a reliable electrician who can do the job well for you. 

We also provide electrical test and inspection services to make sure your electrics meet current safety standards. This includes examining the condition of your electrical installations and portable appliance testing (PAT) to make sure they’re safe and list any possible defects so they can be addressed quickly. 

We can offer a fixed price quotation and will always be there at the agreed time unless agreed otherwise. 

Any electrical job big or small, we're here to get it done.

We have electricians available 24/7 to help you when you need it.

On weekdays between 8:00am and 4:30pm, give our team a call on 01481 241984.

If it's a weekend or between 4:30pm and 8:00am, give our emergency line a call on freephone 0800 587 0285 

How much do your electricians charge?

Quoted and scheduled electrical work

£43 per hour

Emergency call out charge

Monday to Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm

£75 for the first hour

£43 for each hour thereafter

Week days and weekends between 4:30pm and 8:00am

£120 for the first hour

 

How much do your plumbers charge?

Quoted and scheduled plumbing work

£43 per hour

Emergency call out charge

Monday to Friday 8:00am to 4:30pm

£75 for the first hour

£43 for each hour thereafter

 

 

Can I pay my invoice online?

Yes, it's easy to do online via bank transfer. Just set us up as a payee using the bank details advised on our invoice. 

I think my electricity meter isn’t working properly. What can I do?

It’s very unusual for faulty electricity meters to be causing higher bills, but it can happen. If your bills have climbed suddenly with no clear explanation, there’s a chance your meter could be clocking your energy use too fast.  

To find out if this is the case, we can carry out a Meter Accuracy Test (MAT).  

We’ll send an engineer round to do this for you. Before you ask us to carry out a MAT, there are a couple of simple tests you can do yourself, to see if your meters are faulty. 

How to test if your electricity meter is working properly 

To figure out if your electric meter is working correctly, you can use the “creep test”. 

Here’s how: 

  1. Turn off your power at the fuse box, or switch off all the appliances in your home 
  2. Wait 5 minutes, to give your meter chance to catch up 
  3. Watch your electricity meter, to see if the numbers on the display are still moving 

If the meter is still counting or clocking your energy use when everything’s turned off, there’s a good chance it’s faulty. You should still book a MAT, to confirm the problem. 

What happens if my meter is found to be faulty? 

If our MAT finds that your meter is clocking too fast by at least ***, or slow by at least *** we’ll swap the meter for a brand new meter.  

If your meter was clocking too fast, we’ll then re-bill your account, factoring in the results of the MAT, so that you’re refunded for what you overpaid – it usually takes a few months to work this out. 

If your meter was clocking too slow, we won’t recalculate your past bills, they’ll just be more accurate from now on. 

Is electric heating actually cleaner than gas or oil?

A recent study* revealed that electric heating in Guernsey produces over 70% less carbon emissions that heating oil and over 60% less than gas (LPG) over its entire lifecycle

This figure includes electricity generated at the power station, imported renewable electricity, and locally sourced solar energy. 

This means that even when we include electricity generated at the power station, electric heating is still far cleaner than oil or gas heating. And in a similar way to a car, it produces no emissions from the property as nothing needs to be burnt to produce heat. 

*as of 31 December 2020