Get a professionally-done job by hiring the right electrician
Many houses built decades or even a century or more ago have very few sockets in them, not nearly enough to power all the mod cons we enjoy on a daily basis. An electrician can add extra sockets to all areas of your home, letting you plug in more appliances in your kitchen, have a better entertainment system in your lounge and to charge more devices at once.
Every house should have smoke detectors and, just as importantly, these should be checked every six months. If you need to update your smoke detectors or have extra units put in your home, an electrician can look after that job for you.
If you build an extension, it's almost certain that you'll want electricity in there. You'll need a qualified electrician to make sure you have a selection of sockets and light switches installed safely.
Wiring done wrong isn't only annoying, it can also be dangerous and even start house fires. If you hire an uninsured electrician to do your work, you'll be out of pocket should anything go wrong, so you could be putting your whole household at risk.
Every time an electrician is hired through Oneflare, customers have the opportunity to leave a review. By reading these you can find out what sort of work the electrician has done in homes near yours, helping you to find the right expert for you.
The Oneflare Cost Guide Centre is your one-stop shop to help you set your budget; from smaller tasks to larger projects.
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