Local Hounslow Electricians

Middlesex Electrical Services​

Trusted Electricians in West London

Local Hounslow Electrician

Middlesex Electrical Services are experienced NICEIC electricians providing electrical engineering services for domestic, commercial and industrial clients.

Our electrical services extend throughout West London & Surrey (including Brent, Camden, Ealing, Hammersmith and Fulham, Harrow, Hillingdon, Hounslow, Kensington and Chelsea) for home owner, landlords and business owners.


Domestic Electrician In Hounslow Middlesex

Learn about the electrical installation services we provide for our clients.

Inspection & Testing​

Our inspection and testing services include emergency lighting testing, fire alarm testing and PAT Testing.

Fault Finding & Repair​

We offer a complete fault finding and repair service for all domestic, commercial and industrial customers.

Marie Ellis
14 April 2023
They were on time very professional and helpful would definitely recommend them
12 April 2023
Jason was called in to carry out a few electrical repair & replacement jobs in our new home. He also tested all the circuits for us. All in all a thoroughly professional job & at a reasonable cost. Very good value for money. Highly recommended. Alex
11 April 2023
Jason did a great job and was extremely easy to work with. Will definitely continue to use his services in the future.
Ben Huish
1 March 2023
Middlesex Electrical Services were fantastic, I'd recommend the service to anyone. The service was professional and punctual, couldn't ask for anything more.
Shaila Awan
30 December 2022
Jason was amazing all my problems were all resolved, my lighting went down in my wet room, he was able to find the fault very quickly. Also my fuse box had some problems were the rcd’s needed changing. He bought everything for me me. I totally recommend Jason, he is very professional explains everything.
Helen Tobin
29 December 2022
Excellent, professional service. Jason is reliable, on time & a clean & tidy Electrician. Could’nt ask for more!
Slavi Minekov
29 December 2022
I found Middlesex Electrical Services on the NICEIC register when I was looking for a local electrician. Jason quickly responded to my email query and we arranged a visit for initial no obligation assessment and quatation. He spend sufficient time with me to discuss the requirements, provided his professional certificattion and insurance and came back promptly with quotation which I accepted. Jason also acknowledged that the work required would need to be done over a period of time while coordinating with other tradesmen and their timelines. So the close proximity allowed him to be flexible as well. First part of the work, the testing the existing system is now completed. The itemized invoice and issued certification assured me for the quality of the work and fair price, and also gives me confidence that the rest of the project will be completed as expected. TBC
29 December 2022
Middlesex electrical services are excellent. Jason is a true professional who knows his trade inside out. He has done a couple of jobs for us now, incredibly consultative and explains things in layman’s terms. He runs through the options clearly and the quality of his work is 10/10 Everything is done with the utmost care and it’s true he is a master of his trade. Would happily recommend for any type electrical work.
markus endt
29 November 2022
One of our (very) old fuses disintegrated and we were looking for an electrician to come repair this for us. We contacted our street What's App group and someone recommended Middlesex Electrical Services. Jason answered my call first time and was exceptionally understanding and supportive of the issue we had. I sent Jason some photo's and he knew what to do and came to resolve my issue first thing on Monday morning after obtaining to part he needed to get me back up and running. On arrival, Jason completed a full electrical check on my house to make sure there were no 'other more sinister' issues before installing the part I needed. Jason will be changing and up-grading my electrical panel to make sure that I am better protected electrically by installing a new modern electrical panel with proper trip switches and isolators in place. The invoice for the call-out and repair was very reasonable with no additional charges made. I am very pleased with Jason's service and professionalism and can highly recommend his services.
Leila Rutter
27 November 2022
Very reliable, professional, knowledgeable and really thought about our requirements providing a really good service. Will be calling them again about other things plus recommending to neighbours and friends.

Fequently Asked Questions

Having a correctly installed and adequately maintained electrical system can significantly minimize the likelihood of accidents or injuries. Hence, it’s crucial to entrust any electrical installation tasks to individuals possessing the necessary expertise, proficiency, and know-how to avert the hazards that electricity may pose.

Benefits of using a qualified electrician include:

  • They’re regulated by the UK and Scottish Governments, as appropriate
  • They work to the BS7671 safety standard
  • Their work is regularly assessed
  • They’re insured, so you’re protected
  • It’s a legal requirement for certain electrical work

It is paramount that you do your due diligence before instructing an electrician to work in your home, and you can do so by checking on the following link be searching for our company name:

  • City & Guilds Level 3 Diploma in Building Services (Electrical Installation route) or EAL Level 3 Advanced Diploma in Electrical Installation.

  • T Level in Building Services Engineering for Construction. NVQ Level 3 Electrical and Electronic Engineering.

A house rewire is a significant electrical project that involves replacing the entire electrical wiring system in a house. This process typically includes the removal of the old wiring, installing new wires, updating the electrical panel, and updating the outlets, switches, and fixtures throughout the house.

The exact scope of a house rewire may vary depending on the age of the house, the condition of the existing wiring, and the specific needs of the homeowner. However, in general, a house rewire involves the following steps:

  1. Planning and inspection: A qualified electrician will assess the existing electrical system, create a plan for the rewire, and obtain any necessary permits.

  2. Removing the old wiring: The electrician will carefully remove the existing wiring from the walls, ceiling, and floors of the house.

  3. Installing new wiring: The electrician will install new wiring throughout the house, including running wires to each outlet, switch, and fixture.

  4. Upgrading the electrical panel: The electrician may replace the electrical panel with a new, updated model to ensure that it can handle the increased electrical load.

  5. Updating outlets, switches, and fixtures: The electrician will replace all outlets, switches, and light fixtures with new, updated models that comply with current electrical codes.

  6. Testing and inspection: Once the new wiring is installed and all components are updated, the electrician will test the system to ensure it is working correctly and up to code.

Overall, a house rewire is a complex and time-consuming project that requires the expertise of a qualified electrician. However, it can be necessary to ensure the safety and functionality of your home’s electrical system.

In England, there are several types of electrical work that require compliance with the Building Regulations. The Building Regulations are a set of national standards that ensure the safety, health, and welfare of people in and around buildings. Compliance with these regulations is necessary to obtain building control approval from the local authority or a registered third-party building control body.

Some examples of electrical work that require compliance with the Building Regulations include:

  1. Installing a new circuit or rewiring a property
  2. Installing a new consumer unit (fuse box)
  3. Replacing existing wiring that is damaged or inadequate
  4. Installing new electrical outlets, switches, or lighting fixtures
  5. Adding new electrical circuits to an existing installation
  6. Installing a new electrical heating system or electric shower
  7. Adding an electric vehicle charging point

In general, any electrical work that involves the installation or alteration of fixed electrical systems or components in a dwelling, such as a house or apartment, will require compliance with the Building Regulations. It is essential to ensure that the work is carried out by a qualified electrician registered with a competent person scheme, who will provide a certificate of compliance upon completion of the work.

London is the capital city of England and the United Kingdom, located in the southeast region of the country. As of 2021, London has a population of approximately 9.3 million people, making it one of the largest cities in Europe. The city is a global hub for business, finance, culture, and tourism, attracting millions of visitors each year.

London is made up of 32 boroughs, each with its own unique character and culture. The largest borough by population is the borough of Barnet, with over 400,000 residents. Other large boroughs include Croydon, Ealing, and Brent, each with a population of over 300,000 people.

The city of London is known for its iconic landmarks and attractions, such as the Tower of London, the London Eye, and Buckingham Palace. It is also home to numerous world-renowned museums and galleries, including the British Museum, the National Gallery, and the Tate Modern.

London is a diverse and multicultural city, with a rich history and vibrant contemporary culture. It is a melting pot of different cultures and nationalities, reflected in its diverse neighborhoods, food, and arts scenes. From the bustling streets of Soho to the vibrant markets of Camden, there is something for everyone in London.

Despite its size and population, London remains a highly desirable place to live, work, and visit. Its rich cultural heritage, diverse communities, and world-class amenities make it a truly unique and exciting city.

Hounslow is a suburban town located in the west of London, in the borough of Hounslow. With a population of over 270,000 people, it is one of the larger towns in the Greater London area. Historically, Hounslow was an important center for trade and transport, and today it remains a busy commercial hub with a thriving local economy. The town is home to several parks and green spaces, including the extensive Hounslow Heath nature reserve. Hounslow is also known for its diverse cultural offerings, including a vibrant food scene and a number of cultural festivals and events throughout the year.

Whitton is a leafy suburban area located in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, near the border with Hounslow. It is a popular residential area, known for its quiet streets, green spaces, and excellent transport links. Whitton High Street is the main commercial area of the neighborhood, offering a range of shops, cafes, and restaurants. Whitton is also home to several parks and green spaces, including Kneller Gardens and Crane Park, which offer opportunities for outdoor recreation and relaxation. The area is well-connected to central London via train and bus, making it a popular choice for commuters.

Yes, an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR) is a legal requirement in England for certain types of properties. Under the Electrical Safety Standards in the Private Rented Sector (England) Regulations 2020, landlords of privately rented properties are required to have an EICR carried out by a qualified electrician at least every five years, or more frequently if recommended by the report.

In addition, an EICR is also required for other types of properties, such as commercial buildings, schools, hospitals, and other public buildings, under the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989. These regulations require that all electrical installations are safe and maintained in a good condition, and an EICR is an essential tool for ensuring compliance.

Overall, an EICR is a legal requirement in England for certain types of properties and is an important safety measure to ensure that electrical installations are safe and in good condition.

The current smoke alarm regulations for rented properties in England are outlined in the Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm (England) Regulations 2015. These regulations require that all rented properties, including houses, flats, and HMOs (houses in multiple occupation), must have a working smoke alarm on every floor of the property where there is a room used wholly or partly as living accommodation. In addition, a carbon monoxide alarm must be installed in any room containing a solid fuel burning appliance, such as a coal fire or wood-burning stove.

The landlord is responsible for ensuring that the smoke and carbon monoxide alarms are installed and in working order at the start of each new tenancy. After that, it is the tenant’s responsibility to regularly check that the alarms are in working order and to replace the batteries when necessary.

Non-compliance with these regulations can result in fines of up to £5,000. It is therefore essential that landlords and tenants understand their obligations under these regulations and ensure that the appropriate alarms are installed and maintained in their rental properties.