Emergency Service

If you have an emergency, please call the number above 24/7.

Appointment

To make an appointment for electrical work, domestic or commercial, please click the button below and fill out your details.

Alternatively, please call T: 01993 252143 M: 07951 297336

Opening hours

Our main business operating hours are 5 days a week, however, you can call us anytime. If there is no awnser please leave a message and we will get back to you ASAP.

Mon - Fri08:00 - 18:00

Electrical Contractors

SE Electrical Services Ltd

With over 10 years experience and qualified to BS7671:2008,  we have experience in all domestic and commercial works, from installing a socket to complete rewires.

Based in Witney, we offer quality electrical services to customers throughout Oxfordshire and the surrounding counties.

We are happy to visit you and give free advice and written quotations. All our work is fairly priced, insured and guaranteed.

Why not click on Domestic Services or Commercial Services above, to see some of the work we are able to provide? Or the Gallery to see some of the projects that we have carried out.

PAT Testing

Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) is the testing of equipment.


Commercial

All commercial contract electrical services undertaken.

3 Phase

Increase your electricity power with 3-Phase domestic installations.


Fault Repairs

Small jobs, inspections or a comprehensive electrical repair.

Office

Office electrical works, PAT testing, repairs and emergency call-outs.


Outdoor

Domestic wiring for gardens, sheds, garages and lights.

Fire Alarm

Design and install a range of fire and security alarms.


CCTV

Installation of security CCTV in commercial and domestic property.

Satisfaction

SE Electrical Services Ltd are proud of the fact that every effort is made to offer a helpful and friendly service. Whether you require a minor electrical repair, a new socket, or electrical contractors for a full rewire you can rely on us.

We value our customers and your satisfaction means everything to us. At SE Electrical Services Ltd we are known for our attention to detail and we ensure to treat every place of work as though it were our own.

Make Sure Your Property is Safe

Making sure your home and work place is safe from electrical fires and faults is essential. It can be a matter of life or death. Below are the statistics for electrical injuries and deaths across the nation for 2015. Contact us to make sure you are safe, thinking about it after the event is too late.

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To make an appointment for electrical work, domestic or Witney electrical contractors, please click the button below and fill out your details.

T: 01993 252143 M: 07951 297336 s.e.electrical@outlook.com

Testimonial

  • A very good company. Steve Evans came to do the quote and was very thorough. Then I left it for 5 months and when I got back to him he remembered me and was able to start work within a couple of weeks. Absolutely no fuss, they were pleasant to have around and are good communicators. The work was good and as tidy as it could be. A good company that I would recommend without hesitation.

    Helen Walton
    Customer
  • Arranged an electrical check with this company which they carried out promptly and professionally. They then came in to do some further electrical work which was completed efficiently and on time. Whole team were polite, efficient, approachable and turned up when they said they would. Excellent service, many thanks.

    George Smith
    Customer

FAQ

When do I need a rewire?

There are no set guidelines as to when a property should be rewired. Just because your wiring’s old, it doesn’t mean it’s unsafe. Many factors can affect the wear and tear of your electrical installation, including the materials used and how your property has been used.

We would advise that a periodic inspection is carried out on owner-occupied properties at least every 10 years and every five years in rented accommodation. The test will certify whether the electrics in a property are safe and tell you if anything needs upgrading.

You should carry out regular checks around the house on the condition of your cables, switches, sockets and other accessories. If you notice anything unusual – for example, burn marks on plugs and sockets, sounds of ‘arcing’ (buzzing or crackling), fuses blowing or circuit-breakers tripping – get a registered electrician to check your electrics as soon as possible

As a landlord, what responsibility do I have in relation to the electrics in a property that I intend to let?

You have a duty of care to your tenant and must ensure that the installation is safe when they enter the property and is maintained throughout their tenure.

The Landlords and Tenants Act (1985) requires that the electrical installation in a rented property is: safe when a tenancy begins and maintained in a safe condition throughout the tenancy.

We recommend that in order to comply with this Act, you get a registered electrician to carry out an Electrical Condition Report (EICR) on any property you intend to let before getting tenants in. This will certify whether the electrics are safe and tell you if anything needs upgrading.

I am a landlord, how often should I have an inspection carried out in my property?

If you own an HMO (House in Multiple Occupation), you have a legal obligation to have a periodic inspection carried out on your property every five years.

If your property is not an HMO, then you are not legally obliged to get your installation tested on a periodic basis. However, we recommend that you have a full periodic inspection carried out every five years or on change of tenancy – whichever comes first.

Our guidance is based on legal obligations set out in The Landlords and Tenant Act (1985).

I bought an electrical appliance that I think is unsafe, what should I do?

You should first contact the supplier to see if they will replace the appliance. If they refuse, then contact either Trading Standards or Citizens Advice to register your concern. 

If you want, please forward us supporting documentation and images relating to the product, we can objectively review its safety.