A local electrician near you in the Newcraighall area

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As a homeowner, you will surely find yourself thinking “I need an electrician” at some point.

Whether it is for a safety check or surprise repairs, it’s essential to use an accredited electrician you are able to trust to do the job correctly, to current regulations (no pun intended) without cutting any corners.

Your local electrician servicing Newcraighall and the surrounding areas.

You may simply need an extra electric socket installed or a lighting fixture repaired, we have all the tools and skills required to take on whatever project you have for us and all of our electricians are Nic Eic registered.

We also provide EICR safety certificates for rental properties.

Regardless of the size of your house or how big your electrical project may be, when you use us, you’ll benefit from our amazing services, tailored just for you by your friendly local electrician!

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At Edinburgh Electrician we understand the relationships we have built with our clients are our business’s most valuable assets.
Whether you are a residential or commercial customer, we treat every single project the way we would manage our very own house, with pride, respect, and dependability.
Take a look below and see for yourself why you should choose us as your local Newcraighall electrician.

Licensed and Insured

Here at Edinburgh Electrician we take our job very seriously. All of our electrical technicians are licensed, insured and registered with Nic Eic and we back that with 100% service guarantee.

Certified Electrician

We only provide the very best! All of our electrical technicians are completely certified, highly skilled and trained in every aspect of the electrical field.

Our customers love us

The only way to honestly see the real face of a company is to hear from previous customers. Visit our testimonials section to see what people are saying about us

Emergency Professionals

We understand that emergencies happen, and cannot be helped. Get in touch with us day or night, 365 days a year, for specialised electrical repair and emergency repair support.

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Our electrical services are fast friendly, and, most of all, affordable.

We are the experts, and our accredited electricians are the very best in the electrical industry.
We know exactly how to handle all the difficult jobs.
With that said, no electric job is too big or small for our electric techs.
If your requirements involve electrical repair, we can accommodate all of them because we are skilled, experienced, and our regular customers turn to us every time they require any kind of electric repair, installation or maintenance.

24 - Hours Emergency Services
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No Travel Charges
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Electrical Maintenance

It is important to carry out electrical maintenance on a regular basis; maintaining all the electrical fittings, appliances and devices in and around your home.
Maintenance enhances the smooth running of all the electricity powered items in your home, while creating a safe environment that will be free from all sorts of hazards. Home safety is obviously one of the most dearly held goals by most, if not all, homeowners everywhere.
A home is designed to be a safe haven for its dwellers, and therefore anything and everything that favours home safety should always be accorded first priority.
Electrical maintenance for the home is without question, one of the foremost and sure steps towards fostering a safe home. Of the various ways there are of maintaining your home’s electrical fixtures, the most efficient way is to make certain that it passes regular checks on all electrical installations in your home.
That will, in most cases, be best accomplished by an experienced accredited electrician contracted by you.A local electrician near you in the Newcraighall area 4

The Importance of Proper and Timely Electrical Maintenance

When regular electrical maintenance checks are carried out for a home, various unwelcome mishaps associated with electricity can be easily avoided by catching problems early.

A regular electrical check can pay for itself by avoiding very high expenses of repairing, or even replacing badly affected electrical devices due to small problems that would have otherwise not have been detected.

In terms of home safety rather than cost, maintenance of key electrical components will ensure that your family safety is upheld.
Below are three key points where proper and timely electrical maintenance translates directly to home safety:

  • Outdoor Lighting The outdoor lighting in your home does a lot for your home safety.
    For one, it ensures that your porches and walkways are well lit and thus safe for both you and your guests at night.
    The other thing that they do is deter thieves and burglars, who always prefer to operate in the dark. The light fixtures, bulbs and lines of your outdoor lighting require regular checks and replacements because of the very nature of them being outdoors subjected to the elements.
    Having an accredited electrician carry out such checks on a regular basis will ensure that, at no point, will your outdoor area be left dark.
  • DIY Risks The urge to do things yourself when it comes to taking care of your home is always there, and often comes with a great feeling of satisfaction and fulfilment.
    Even though DIY appears to be a good idea there are some things that are advisably better left to the experts, and electrical repairs must surely top that list. With a properly planned electrical maintenance schedule and a reliable contractor, you will never feel the need to attempt to replace your old wiring or repair a broken socket, because that can be a very dangerous thing to attempt if you are not trained.
  • Fire Hazards A home fire can obviously be very devastating and frightening to the homeowner, and that is to say the least since such fires can result in the loss of lives. Electrical faults are one of the leading causes of fires in homes and almost always occur as a result of problems associated with the wiring.
    Heat from the wiring can, over time, degrade their protective covering to a point where it gets completely broken down.
    When that happens, bare wires could make contact each other, shorting and sparking up a fire within the walls of your home or other areas where these cables run. There are normally signs that would, if recognised, alert you when your wiring has become old and degraded.
    These include the constant tripping of breaker switches, brown and discoloured wall sockets or outlets, and at the extreme, an occasional electrical shock you might get when plugging in an appliance or simply touching it while it is plugged in.

However, when you are at that point of being able to notice those signs, it often means that the problems with your wiring are at their extreme. The best thing is to have regular checks done by an accredited electrician to always be on the safe side.


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Here are a few facts about Newcraighall

Newcraighall (Scots: Newcraighauch,[1] Scottish Gaelic: Talla na Creige Nuadh)[2] is a southeastern suburb of Edinburgh, Scotland. A former mining village, its prosperity was based on the Midlothian coalfields. The Newcraighall pit was known as 'Klondyke' and closed in the 1960s, work transferring to nearby Bilston Glen and in particular the last-to-close (1998) Monktonhall pit. The village had a church, a Co-op and a miners' club (demolished after a fire on 15 July 2009) and bowling green. Newcraighall now plays host to an out-of-town shopping complex, Fort Kinnaird, previously known as The Fort (south of Newcraighall Road) and Kinnaird Park (north). Today, the retail park is still more commonly referred to as "The Fort" by residents.

Newcraighall railway station is on the newly reopened Borders Railway which runs from Edinburgh to Tweedbank and was formerly part of the Waverley Route to Carlisle its closure (Closed 5 January 1969) following the Beeching Report in 1963.

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