We cover central London and the surrounding areas. For location specifics, get in touch or see some of our location pages, which include:
Monday to Friday, between the hours of 8am and 6pm, we charge an hourly rate of £95. For evenings and weekends, our prices change to an hourly rate of £150.
However, we offer competitive half-day and full-day rates for large jobs; please get in touch to find our more.
A breakdown of prices can be found on our Charges page.
Currently, we accept all major debit and credit cards (including American Express).
We also accept bank transfers and cash in GBP.
However, we do not accept cheques unless prior arrangements have been made with us.
We strive to be the most reliable electrical companies in London and so provide hours ahead of time and will contact you shortly before arrival.
Due to traffic and road conditions, as well as our existing workloads, it means we cannot provide exact times of arrival. Still, we will always give an estimate, so this means you won't be waiting around all day.
All of our waste is managed to align with local authority regulations. To properly dispose of any waste, there is a surcharge which varies depending on type and quantity. For a breakdown of costs, visit our Charges page.
Yes. Our engineers are all fully trained to industry recognised standards and experienced. Quantum Electrical is an Approved Member of the National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contractors. We undergo rigorous annual assessments by third party engineers to ensure our skills are second to none. We are part “P” compliant and recognised by all London Authorities to “sign off” our work.
All of our engineers are trained to recognised standards and have years of experience working in the industry.
We are an approved member of the National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contractors and undergoes rigorous annual assessment by third party engineers. This guarantees that all of our skills and the work we complete are second to none.
We are part "P" compliant and recognised by all London Authorities to complete and "sign off" our work.
Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) is the testing of electrical appliances that can be disconnected from its electrical supply or one that can be moved. It checks to see if the appliances are in good working order and are safe to use.
Keeping these appliances in good working order is essential for landlords, business owners or managers of premises and should be conducted on a regular business.
More common in older properties, signs you may need a rewire can be:
As a duty of care, and to stay in accordance with The Landlords and Tenants Act (1985), a rented property must be:
Safe for when a tenancy begins
Maintained throughout to remain in a safe condition.
To ensure this, you can hire a registered electrician like us to come and carry out an Electrical Condition Report (EICT).