Your home is your most expensive purchase. The house needs to be safe as well as comfortable. We have many years of experience in maintaining domestic properties. All R&G staff are fully qualified and carry out all work in accordance to the BS7671 standards. We also ensure that work is completed efficiently, cost effectively and with the minimum of disruption.


Our fully-trained team of electricians are capable of undertaking a wide
variety of wiring and rewiring jobs for your business. From design through
to installation we are fully compliant with British Safety Standards and
pride ourselves on the quality of work we deliver.
In addition to scheduled work it is required that businesses keep the
condition of wiring in their buildings up to standard.

The easiest way to check the condition of your wiring is to request a
periodic inspection report, this will point out any potential problems and
it’s recommended that every commercial premises should be inspected at least
once every 5 years.

We can also offer services such as fuseboard upgrading and wiring of new
builds & extensions. All of the electrical wiring that we do is tested and
certified by qualified electricians in accordance with British Safety
Standard BS7671:2001.

The life expectancy of a new electrical installation is approximately 20 Years. There are many factors that affect the life expectancy i.e. the type of wiring and how it was used. As the life of an installation is pretty long, it is easy to forget that it will eventually need replacing. Re-wiring a house ensures that the installation will be safe and still meet your current usage requirements. The following are indicators that the installation is quite old and needs re-wiring:

Black rubber cables
Cotton-covered wiring
Round pin sockets
Sockets on skirting boards
Switches in your bathroom

If you have any doubts as to the condition of the wiring, then we can conduct a Periodic Inspection for you; giving you a report highlighting the exact condition of the installation.

We are able to test and certify electrical work to ensure it complies with
British Standard BS7671. BS7671:2001 is a standard that is constantly
updated and has seen updates as recently as 2004. Additional standards cover

specialist areas, we only undertake work which we are able complete in
accordance with the relevant regulations.

We train our electricians on the latest rules and regulations so you can be
sure that we are using the most up-to-date methods and providing you with
the best solutions.

Making sure electrical installations are safe in your home is essential.
Testing should be undertaken by a qualified electrician at least every 10
years to check for deterioration and also on any new work.

Lighting can be used to enhance the comfort and use of your home. Whether it is the replacement of you old lights to chrome or brass fittings, installation of down lights, outside, security lighting; or complex pre programmed control panels. Our engineers are able to design and install these to your exact requirements.

Home security systems vary greatly in price and complexity. Our engineers
have many years of experience and are able to advise you which system best
suits your requirements.

Basic intruder alarms have the benefit of being cheaper than monitored
systems whilst still offering a deterrent to burglars. Monitored alarms have
features which can alert the Police to a break-in and offer additional fire
safety options.

We can also install door-entry systems with the option of audio only or
audio plus CCTV identification. These systems can be integrated with alarm
systems and when combined with appropriate outdoor lighting provide
additional security and peace of mind.

There is doubt that Installation of Smoke, Heat and carbon monoxide alarms saves lives. It now a requirement that all new houses and premise that are extended be fitted with smoke alarms. It is also a requirement for the alarms to be interconnected; thereby providing the earliest possible notice to fire. We are able to install mains operated (battery backed) wire or wireless interlinked alarms.

Bathrooms are recognised as ‘special areas’ in the British Standards BS7671, due to water and electricity being in very close proximity. High level of care needs to be taken when installing electrical items in the bathroom. Our engineers works to BS&^&! Standards and have a great deal of experience in design and installation of electric showers, extractor fans shaver points and down lights.

The kitchen is considered to be one of the most important rooms in a house. It is also classed as a ‘special areas’ in the British Standards BS7671, due to water and electricity being in very close proximity. High level of care needs to be taken when installing electrical items in the kitchen. We are able to install down lights, cookers, cooker hoods, extractor fans, extra sockets and under cupboard lighting. All work is carried out to the highest of safety standards.

Many older properties, and some newer homes, are short of plug sockets or
have sockets and switches positioned poorly for the modern use of rooms.
This means either trailing extension leads with their inherent safety risks
or deciding to add or move sockets and switches.

Our electricians are able to talk you through the options you have for your
rooms and will take the current and future use of the room into account.

We are able to carryout repairs to all aspects of domestic electrical installations. Or engineers have many years of experience in domestic circuitry; and are able to fault find and carry out the repairs efficiently. All work is carried out to BS7671 standards. So whether it is a lighting or power fault, we will have you up and running in no time. 24hr service is also available.

Water and space heating is very important to all of us. We are able to provide efficient and cost-effective installation or replacement services for electric under floor heating, storage heaters, immersion heaters and control mechanisms.

Maintenance of electrical installations is vital in order to avoid unexpected and inconvenient loss off power. An electrical installation may be replaced many times during the life of the building. It is therefore necessary to ensure the installation is still safe as it ages. A property should be inspected at least once every 10 years, or at change of occupancy.

A low cost inspection can highlight areas of concern or items that may require immediate attention.

Locating a fault in a system quickly requires years of training and experience. All our engineers are trained and experienced at fault finding; which ensures a fast, efficient and cost-effective service. Once the fault has been identified, it can either be repaired immediately or booked to be carried out at a time convenient to yourselves. 24hr emergency service is also available.


As electricians and electrical contractors, R&G Electrics UK undertakes a wide range of installation work, from an extra socket to complete re-wiring of the house to large scale commercial refurbishment projects.

R&G Electrics UK also operates a genuine 24hr domestic & commercial emergency service; where we respond to callouts within one hour, day or night. For your peace of mind and security R&G Electrics UK is fully insured as per the requirements of the new building regulations (Part P) in force from 1st Jan 2005.

Repeat business is the foundation of any business and the creation of strategic partnerships with all stakeholders is crucial to any business’s continuing success. We constantly monitor our relationship with our staff, suppliers and clients to ensure we remain focused in delivering a reliable quality service with excellent value for money.



  • Is there a difference between a fuse and circuit breaker?

    They both perform the same function, disrupting the flow of electricity when a fault is sensed. A fuse will have to be replaced once it has tripped, whereas a circuit breaker won’t need replacement. It is for this reason that circuit breakers are more commonly used

  • What does the term “short circuit” mean?

    When a wire carrying an electrical current comes into contact with the grounded conductor wire, or the equipment ground wire, excessive heat is created. If you see sparks in your electrical panel, you’ve likely witnessed a short circuit and you should have it checked by an electrician.

  • What is a GFCI outlet?

    This type of electrical outlet is designed to protect you from electrical shock if moisture is present. They are commonly found in bathrooms, kitchens, outdoor outlets and garages. They feature test/reset buttons. Depress the “test” button to turn off the GFCI. The “reset” button turns it back on after it has tripped. If it doesn’t reset, you’ve got a problem and will need an electrician.

  • Why do my light bulbs blow out frequently?

    There are several reasons this could be occurring. However, one particular reason that should be ruled out, for the sake of fire safety, is overheating. A light fixture with poor airflow design will result in excessive heat buildup around the bulb. Having to replace bulbs again and again is not just an inconvenience, it’s also a fire hazard. Have your light fixtures inspected by an electrician if you notice that bulbs are constantly blowing out

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