Our upgrades and rewiring services
Full & Partial Rewires
From garden offices to large townhouses...we've seen them all
Extra sockets added to the current circuit
Fed up of trailing leads? We can get power points anywhere
Domestic rewiring projects
From architects working drawings to a scribble on a scrap of paper, we can work with anything
Replacing blown fuses and circuit breakers
We can fault find quickly and efficiently finding them faults in no time
New lighting point installation
From full lighting design projects to an extra loft light we have it covered
Electric towel rail upgrades
Need extra heat in the bathroom or just fed up of cold towels? We can fix that
Upgrade cooker points & heating controls
We can calculate kW outputs then size the cable accordingly to make sure nothing trips on Christmas day
Door entry systems
From smart bells to full door entry systems we have the knowledge and expertise
Why choose Switched On for electrics upgrades and rewires?
It’s a cliché, but we truly believe that there’s no job too big or too small. If you need assistance with your home appliances, we’re happy to lend our experience. You can trust our expertise and workmanship because our engineers are highly trained and their skills have been accredited by the most respected bodies in the industry.
All our work is 100% compliant with electrical certified regulations and standards. Our engineers are fully qualified NICEIC-registered, with Part P and 17th edition. NICEIC is the National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting, one of the main regulatory bodies for the electrical industry in the UK.
Our engineers are also ELECSA-certified, government-approved Part P electricians. This means we have the knowhow to complete your electrical jobs to the highest official safety standards, and we ensure we are fully up to date with any changes to safety and installation regulations.
We are also on top of reporting changes to your property to keep your local authority aware of alterations, in accordance with building guidelines.
Does your property need a rewire?
There a few reasons why your property might need a partial or full rewire. These include wiring that is of a certain age. Here, rewiring can ensure the safety of your home’s electrics.
Rewiring can be a costly process, but there are many occasions when it is essential to keep you and your family safe.
It’s common to carry out wiring inspections on a property once every 10 years, or whenever a tenancy expires if the property is being let.
Choosing whether rewiring is necessary, however, is not a black-and-white issue. Just because wiring is old, it doesn’t automatically need to be replaced. Whether a property needs rewiring depends on the materials used, what condition they are in, and the previous electrical use in the property.
When rewiring is necessary
If your wiring is more than 30 years old, it is more likely to need rewiring so that it can be modernised to meet safety and usage standards. Wiring designed 30 years ago was not built with today’s levels of use in mind.
Other signs you may need a rewire
There are many signs easily discernible from the performance of your electrics that indicate you need a home rewire.
- Circuit breakers trip regularly
- Outlets and switches give electric shocks
- Flickering lights
- Exposed or damaged wires
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Areas We Cover
From New Malden to Notting Hill and Brixton to Wimbledon our Switched On London engineers are ready to help with all your plumbing, electrics, gas and central heating needs.
Specific areas we service are:
Balham | Barnes | Battersea | Brixton | Chelsea | Clapham | Earlsfield | Fulham | Kensington | Kingston-upon-Thames | Ladbrook Grove | Mayfair | New Malden | Notting Hill | Sheen | Shepherds Bush | Southfields | Victoria | Wimbledon | Wimbledon Park
Some of Our Electrical Services
From £80/hour + vat*
- Electrical Fault Finding & Repairs
- Circuit Breaker Repairs
- Tripping Sockets
- Consumer Unit Replacements
- Smoke & Fire Alarm System Repairs
From £75 + vat*
Portable Appliance Testing or PAT Testing is the process of checking electrical appliances for safety through a series of visual inspections and electronic tests.
The best way of ensuring that your appliances are safe is to have a PAT test carried out on them.
From £180 + vat*
Now mandatory under the 'Landlord & tenants Act (1985) an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) will identify any damage, deterioration, defects and/or conditions which may give rise to danger along with observations for which improvement is recommended.
Accreditations and Guarantee
Our dedicated team can sort out everything from installing an extra plug socket for all your devices, to a full home rewire. Whatever your project, we’ll get the job done.
If you’re dealing with an electrical fault in your home, chances are we’ve faced it hundreds of times before. We’ve repaired and installed the parts you have in your appliances and our engineers are considered reliable by prestigious regulatory bodies.
Our engineers are NICEIC-approved in addition to plumbing and gas-safe. This means every part we install in your house is fully tested and safe. This way you know that when our job is completed, the work is compliant with regulations and, just as importantly, completed in accordance with your timescale and budgets.
We’re also ELECSA-certified, government -approved Part P electricians. Put simply, we have the skills and knowledge to carry out all your electrical work to official safety standards.
Should it be necessary, we can also inform your local authority of changes to your property in accordance with building regulations, so you can enjoy a stress-free service from start to finish.
Commercial, Landlords and Property Agents
Switched On can help commercial landlords and property agents manage their properties. If you need to arrange a boiler service, gas safety certificate or minor repair work at your property for your tenants, we’re here to help.