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Wing Electrical Ltd
Wing Electrical Ltd is a Commercial Electricians based in Nottingham (NG14 6EQ). Covering East Midlands
- Initial impression : 5.0 out of 5
- Cleanliness : 4.88 out of 5
- Value : 4.88 out of 5
- Punctuality : 5.0 out of 5
- Quality : 5.0 out of 5
- Overall opinion : 5.0 out of 5
0 missed appointments in the past 6 months
About Wing Electrical Ltd - Electricians - Commercial in Nottingham (NG14 6EQ)
Wing Electrical are a small, friendly team of NICEIC approved commercial electricians in Nottingham, working with both homes and businesses.
We carry out all types of electrical work, from rewiring a kitchen or bathroom to large-scale commercial projects. We can even help you reduce your energy bills by installing solar photovoltaic (PV) panels.
Whatever you need help with, and whether you’re a homeowner, landlord, business owner or facilities manager, you can trust us to get the job done quickly and efficiently, with the minimum of fuss. That’s why so many of our customers use us again and again, and why up to 90% of our business comes from referrals.
A selection of work we are happy to carry out includes:
- Full & Part Rewires
- New Builds
- Low Energy Lighting
- Bathroom & Kitchen Extractors
- Test Certificates
- All Electrical Testing
- All Electrical Installations
- Fire Alarms
- Interior & Exterior Inspection & Reporting (ECR)
- Garage Electrics
- External Power
- Security Lighting
- Garden Lighting
Please call for a no obligation free quote.
We are always available to give you helpful, friendly and professional advice and look forward to hearing from you to discuss all of your electrical requirements.
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- ECS Registered
- NICEIC Registered
Wing Electrical Ltd have received 9 customer reviews.
Mrs B Allen-Smith 7th April 2017
E H Plastering 22nd March 2017
Annabell Bell-Boule 21st March 2017
David Peeks 6th March 2017
Nathan Cotton 3rd March 2017