Commercial Electrical Installations in Wigan

Commercial Electrical Installations in Wigan
Commercial Electrical Installations in Wigan 2019-05-20T11:17:26+01:00
Commercial Electrical Installations in Wigan

We specialise in an electrical and lighting consultancy service and we offer our Wigan clients the highest quality commercial electrical installations. We are ably equipped to meet challenging and diverse project needs and we carry out complex installations, rewires and repairs for a broad range of clients including factories, schools, offices, shops, restaurants and pubs. We ensure a competitive pricing structure, a complete service and highly efficient commercial electrical installations in Wigan.

Commercial Electrical Installations:

  • Electric Cabling
  • Cable and Power Distribution
  • Cable Jointing
  • High Mast Lighting
  • Festive Lighting
  • Event and Stage Lighting
  • Interior, Emergency and LED Lighting
  • Car Park Lighting
  • Exterior Lighting

Along with a full service from design to installation we provide emergency repairs and a 24/7 reactive maintenance service. We are able to complete highly complex and demanding lighting and electrical installations within new commercial structures along with the installation of high-level outdoor lighting systems and heavy cabling installations.

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Our client list includes:

  • Shops and Restaurants
  • Pubs
  • Factories
  • Offices
  • Schools
  • Hospitals
  • Airports and Seaports

We work diligently on all electrical and lighting tasks and prioritise on-site safety in all commercial locations across Wigan. From offices, schools, seaports, airports and factories to housing estates, shops, pubs and restaurants our Wigan client base can rely on cost-effective and quality commercial electrical installations.

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To talk to us about your electrical installation requirements
Please Call: 01642 501350

We are open for emergency callouts to commercial properties and the utilities sector during COVID19