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Dun Laoghaire, Dublin, Ireland


We have over 30 years electrical experience across residential, commercial and industrial contracts. We are certified, qualified, experienced and continue to improve our skills.

Christmas Lights

Need a sparky to add some sparkle to your Christmas lights? We are experienced in commercial Christmas light installations and maintenance, including urban street installations on behalf of county councils and businesses.

Please contact us if you would like our help lighting up your Christmas 2017.


Whatever your requirements, whether it is a full house rewire, some new downlights in the renovated kitchen, upgrading your fuse board, installing a new outdoor sensor light, or just changing a faulty switch, we will perform to the highest professional standard, in an efficient, friendly and cost effective manner.

Contact us today for your free consultation.

Commercial and Industrial

We pride ourselves on providing expert solutions for commercial and industrial properties from shops to pubs, restaurants, offices and everything in between! We can work directly with your architects, engineers, ESB and all relevant third parties to ensure your project is completed on time, within budget and to the highest safety standard.

We have specific experience in overhead and underground electrical services including extensive construction project management experience working with multinational infrastructure and maintenance companies.

Please contact us if you wish to discuss using our services either directly or on a sub-contractor basis.

PAT Testing

The purpose of Portable Appliance testing  (PAT) is to ensure that your business is in compliance with statutory requirements on health and safety in the workplace as directed by the HAS. All electrical equipment that you or your employees use must be kept in a well maintained state. Examples of portable electrical appliance include office machinery (PC, laptop, printer, copier, fax machine), kettles, heaters, extension leads and generally anything else that would have a power lead attached to it.

For further information on PAT testing please visit our Ask an Expert page