Hire Fully Qualified Electricians
There are some property maintenance projects that can only be completed by a qualified professional tradesperson, especially when safety standards (by law) must meet with building regulations.
Let’s take electrical work as an example. It doesn’t matter how small or large the job, your appointed electrician should be able to provide you with a certificate which confirms that the work carried out meets with British Standards for electrical safety, BS 7671 (all electrical work in dwellings is covered under Building Regulations).
If your project needs a fully qualified electrical professional to carry out a variety of domestic or commercial electrical works, then you’ve landed on the right page.
Serviceteam have a team of NICEIC qualified electricians to undertake any domestic or commercial electrical project. You can also rely on Serviceteam Ltd for complex electrical services from circuit board installation, full or partial property rewiring, ECIR reporting to PAT testing.
What's included in this service?
Perfect if you have compiled a wish list of one or a number of jobs, or if you can’t find the service you’re looking for.
Serviceteam are NICEIC registered, your electrical engineer will be city and guilds qualified and able to take care of all the jobs on your list.
Our engineer will arrive, assess what needs doing and give you an accurate estimate before he starts the work. If you are happy to proceed he will get on with the tasks straight away.
We look forward to hearing from you either using our online booking form or feel free to give us a call and one of our friendly customer service staff will be on hand to guide you through any questions you may have or if you want to read any of our reviews please check our Checkatrade or Which? reviews.
Our ‘by time on site’ rates are:
£40 + VAT per half hour with a minimum of one hour being chargeable for any one visit.
Alternatively contact our maintenance advisors to obtain a fixed price quote before we visit
Here’s what we’ll do…?
- Step 1 – You book an electrical engineer Choose a convenient appointment time and day that suits your busy schedule.
- Alternatively contact our maintenance advisors to obtain a fixed price quote before we visit on 0203 538 7066.
- Step 2 – A electrical advisor will contact you in advance to discuss your requirements and explain your options so that we are prepared for the visit.
- Step 3 – Assess works on site Our expert Serviceteam engineer will arrive on the date you have chosen. He will evaluate and plan for the works required.
- Step 4 – Accurate estimate having assed works on site, our engineer will provide you with an accurate estimate, for you to approve before starting works.
- Step 5 – Authorisation if we are authorised to precede our engineer will either proceed with the works strait away or arrange a more convenient time to return.
- Step 6 – We give you peace of mind Our works come with a minimum 1 year manufactures and installation guarantee as standard, which means if something happens you can call us any time, any day of the year.
What's not included in this service?
- Any congestion zone, ULEZ or parking charges - This will be added at cost to the final bill (unless a parking permit for the duration of the visit is provided).
Just in case you are wondering, here are some of the reasons which make Serviceteam Ltd the consumer choice.
Year’s of Experience
Since electrical work is often complex and dangerous, it’s always advisable to engage ‘fully loaded’ electricians with the qualification, years of experience and electrical ‘nouse’ to tackle any domestic or commercial electrical projects.
Price is a determining factor when engaging a service provider. It’s unwise to pay too much but worse to pay too little. The common law of business balance prohibits paying a little and getting a lot. If you deal with the lowest bidder it’s always advisable to add something for the risk you run. If you do that then you will have enough to pay for something better. Wise words (John Ruskin 1819 – 1900).
Serviceteam will quote a fair price commensurate with the quality of work expected
Encompasses a high work ethic in our tradesperson to deliver high-quality workmanship with the drive and enthusiasm that meets with customers’ expectations. After all your dream is our future.
Customer’s trust and satisfaction
This is serviceteam Ltd. priority. We always suggest that any new customer, who may be hesitant to use us first accesses our Checkatrade and Trustpilot feedback platforms. Customers can then decide if the level of trust and satisfaction customers place in us is enough to engage serviceteam Ltd. on their project. You will be able to see 100’s of unbiased comments from satisfied customers. That’s the reason why people across London trust serviceteam Ltd.
Friendly Supportive Staff
No matter what the problem is, our customer-friendly staff will be available 24/7 to answer any questions you may have.
Before contacting us, it’s necessary to know what services are being provided to prevent any misunderstandings. So, enlisted below are the services you may consult us for:
For more information go to the main pages
Q: How much does a PAT test or an EICR report cost?
A: All of the above can be found by clicking on the electrical symbol on the starter page.
Q: How much does an electric boiler repair cost?
A: Although it mainly depends upon the complexity of the problem, normal diagnostic/repair costs around £90 + VAT.
Q: Which areas of my house should have a Ground Force Circuit Interrupter protection?
A: GFCI is recommended for all damp or wet locations including Bathrooms, sinks, kitchens, cellars/basements, garages, sheds, gardening equipment (mowers/trimmers/hedge cutters etc) in fact in any damp/moisture rich areas. Every safety precaution must be taken to guard against the risk of electric shocks when working out of doors.
Q: Will my house be completely destroyed during the repair?
A: Well, it depends on who you choose for your service. An experienced electrician will cause unnecessary damage to your house. Therefore it’s preferable to look for an electrician who knows his job. You can rely on serviceteam professionals for that. Not only will our men rewire your household but will maintain its vital details and structure while rewiring it side by side. Moreover, as our aim is to provide you the best service at fewer charges, the costs will be kept at a minimum.
Q: How long does it take to completely rewire a house?
A: It simply depends upon the size of your house. Where a small apartment can take up to a few days, or a maximum a week, a larger household will take two or more than two weeks. And by the way, you won’t have to leave your house during the process.
Q: How often should my house be re-wired?
A:It is recommended to inspect your house thoroughly with the help of a certified electrical engineer. In case of any life-threatening hazards, your consultant will suggest to you if your house needs rewiring. If so, call serviceteam now. We have highly qualified electricians to perform any household or commercial job with extreme dedication and workmanship. Your project will be done in a quick, professional, and cost-effective way.
Q: What does the flickering of fluorescent lights mean?
A: Flickering of bulbs points towards power fluctuations, bulb failure, or in a majority of the cases, improperly installed bulbs. Moreover, if the bulb turns on/off in cycles, it’s time to replace the ballast.
Q: How do I know if my property needs to be re-wired?
A: Well there are a number of tell tale signs (listed below) that could be happening on a regular basis that suggest something is not right with the property’s wiring. First, have an EICR survey completed as the problem may not be as serious as first thought. Yes, there’s a cost involved, but you will know exactly what the issue is with the expert advice given. It may not require a full rewire, it may only require partial rewiring? However, it makes sense from a safety and financial point of view to be absolutely sure.
These are the signs to watch out for that could suggest something is not right with the wiring:
Don’t delay call serviceteam Ltd. now, if you are experiencing any overheating problems with electrical outlets, as it usually points to an overloaded circuit.
If an outlet is battling to power all the plugged-in appliances, it’s bound to be overworked and hot to the touch. Any loose or damaged wiring can also mean trouble and cause a buildup of heat.
Our fully qualified electrical team will be happy to give advice on any household or commercial wiring project