Whether you’re replacing a faulty light switch unit or have decided to update a room with a sleeker-looking unit, we recommend booking an electrician for the job. Installing a light switch involves working with electricity, so it’s essential to hire a professional.
Your electrician will first switch off the power supply before turning their attention to the existing wires. If the ends are rough or damaged, they’ll carefully clip these parts to make sure the wires and stress points won’t fail in the future. They’ll then place the switch in position, attach the power and grounding wires and screw on the cover plate. When they’re done, they’ll turn the power back on and test your new light switch before they go.
We work around the clock to make sure you’re getting the best service from your electrician. After every job, we ask our customers for open and honest feedback and we guarantee the work for 12 months. So you know you’re in safe hands.
This guarantee is backed by British Gas and covers the labour and all parts. If something goes wrong in the first 12 months, simply call your Local Hero and explain the issue. We always give them the opportunity to put things right first. But if you’d like to speak to a member of our team, just give us a call.
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“Jason was avery nice and helpful person with a good manner and great knowledge. Very pleased”
“Very polite and explained the work required and did the job well and in good time”
“Very professional and extremely polite tradesman. I would highly recommend this A class tradesman”
“He was early, he was very professional and cleaned up after doing job”
“Efficient solving of the problem. Friendly advice on other problems. Good guy. Recommended”
“Friendly, got the job done quickly and without messing around. Very prepared and on time”
“Next day appointment, discussed the cheapest way to do it, did a good job. Clean and tidy too.”
“Turned up on time. Completed the job quickly. Left no mess.”