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A10 Electrical Solutions are a locally based residential electrician, electrical contractor, and emergency electrician based in Cheshunt. We service a broad area around the A10 from London to Cambridge and our electrical technicians are available 24 x 7 call-outs when you need a qualified and reliable electrician urgently.
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A10 Electrical covers a wide area on either side of the A10 from London to Cambridge and west to Watford and St Albans as well as the east to Bishop’s Stortford and Saffron Walden. What’s more, we work with homeowners, landlords, property developers, and Property Management companies as well as commercial businesses, factories, and warehouses. No electrical repairs, electrical installations, testing, and certification or maintenance contracts are too big for our team of industry professionals.
A10 Electrical Servicing the A10
London - Watford - Bishop's Stortford - Cambridge
No matter how big or complex your project is, A10 Electrical Solutions Ltd are here to help. We are a trusted local business and are highly recommended for our dedicated service and attention to detail.
The A10 from London to Cambridge is our centre line and we cover towns and communities near Cheshunt, Hertford, Bishops Stortford, Finchley, St Albans, Royston, Saffron Walden, and Cambridge.
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Our clients often have questions for us, and we are happy to talk you through any questions you have. Here are answers to some of the common questions we receive.
We aim to get to you within 1-2 hours.
On most occasions, yes we are happy to provide you with a free estimate or quotation. This may be provided verbally when you call us, or in writing and we may have to visit your premises depending on the type of work required. Depending on the location of your premises and the type of job to be done a charge may apply on some occasions – if this is the case then you will be notified by our job booking team when you contact us.
You can pay for your invoice in several ways. By cheque, cash, bank transfer or credit/debit cards.
All our work carries a one-year warranty on parts and workmanship. We offer our year guarantee on labour and materials provided by us.
Yes, we have Employers Liability Insurance, Public Liability Insurance, and NICEIC Approved (National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contractors).
• Check your electrical cords.
• Never use an electrical cord that is damaged, frayed, or worn.
• Do not run electrical cords underneath furniture, rugs, or carpets.
• Never overload your sockets.
• Have an EICR carried out.
• Get your fuse board updated.
• Get surge protection for your fuse board.
• Get broken appliances and accessories repaired or replaced.
• Use a competent electrical engineer to have any work carried out.
No, any electrical work should be carried out by a fully qualified electrician. If you use an unregistered electrician, builder, or handyman to carry out electrical work, you could run into problems. The work could be very unsafe, charges could be incurred and you would not receive a certificate.
The short answer is YES.
Converting your standard outdated lights to LED will inevitably lead to reducing your energy cost, simply because LED bulbs require less electricity to provide the same amount of light. LED Lights are already replacing the standard halogen bulbs as LEDs are more Energy Efficient, Cheaper to use, have a Longer life span, and have Greener energy.
An EICR Certificate is valid for five (5) years for both Residential / Domestic properties and Commercial properties.
Fixed testing is when an electrical engineer tests all electrical installations and systems around your commercial building. This includes testing of main panels, distribution boards, lighting, sockets, air conditioning, and any other type of electrical wiring. Once the electrician has ensured the electrical installation is safe, an EICR (Electrical Installation Condition
Report) is issued.
An RCD is a Residual Current Device. It’s designed to protect against electrocution and electrical fires by cutting off the supply of power when it senses a leakage of electrical current from a circuit. An RCD monitors electric currents in circuits or individual items and will switch off the electricity automatically if there is a problem. For example, if you cut through a cable with a power tool, the power switches off, eliminating the chance of injury from electrocution. RCDs also offer protection against electrical fires.
If you have reset circuits, only to have the breaker trip again, you likely have a more serious problem that needs to be addressed by a qualified electrician. Our experience has shown that typically a power-hungry appliance is causing the trip in the circuit breaker. Usually, it is
caused by a space heater during the winter, an air conditioning unit during the summer, or even something as small as a hairdryer. However, sometimes it is simply that the rating of a frequently used circuit needs to be increased. For example, if a 15-amp circuit keeps tripping, then you may need to have it changed to a 20-amp. Changing circuits should only be done by a professional, certified electrician.
The main purpose of a surge protector is exactly what it says – to protect your electrical equipment from a high-voltage power surge. When a surge of power occurs, the protector will divert the extra electricity to the ‘earth’ wire. If a surge happens without a protector, a fire could potentially start and cause permanent damage to your system or property.
If you have had recent electrical work carried out in your home, Flickering lights, Unresponsive sockets, A burning smell, Frequent ‘tripping’, Scorch or burn marks on the fuse board.
In June 2020, new electrical regulations for landlords were put in place for new tenancies to improve tenant safety. Landlords are now required to ensure all electrical installations in their rented properties are inspected and tested by a qualified electrician every five years. The landlord’s rented property should be meeting the electrical standard set in the 18th edition ‘wiring regulations’. Any remedial work that shows up in your electrical report will need to be completed within 28 days of the test.
An RCD is a Residual Current Device. It’s designed to protect against electrocution and electrical fires by cutting off the supply of power when it senses a leakage of electrical current from a circuit.
An RCD monitors electric currents in circuits or individual items and will switch off the electricity automatically if there is a problem. For example, if you cut through a cable with a power tool, the power switches off, eliminating the chance of injury from electrocution. RCDs also offer protection against electrical fires.
Whether it’s for your home or commercial use LED lighting panels are the way forward. They have many advantages such as being energy efficient and saving as much as 75% on energy consumption. Longer lifespan, higher quality light output, flicker-free which prevents headaches, easily maintainable, and many options of sizes. LED panels can be used in professional environments such as office spaces, schools, hospitals, shops, dentist- and GP practices, and libraries. The use of LED panels in the home is also becoming increasingly popular. They can be used to light up your garage or cellar, but also your bathroom or kitchen.