New Fuse Boards


Rachel from She Sparks fitting a downlighter.

Internal Lighting

Sockets and Switches

Rachel from She Sparks fitting a wall socket.

External Lighting

Rachel from She Sparks fixing some external lighting.

External Sockets

Rachel of She Sparks's hand using a screw driver to fix a fuse board.

I work in people’s homes and in small offices, shops and light commercial premises. 


Clients ask me to do a whole variety of tasks – which is one of the reasons I love being an electrician. No two jobs are ever the same. 

...Rachel's help was invaluable... 
...I recommend her wholeheartedly...

At home services include:

  • New or replacement lighting, including LED conversions 

  • Fault finding and repairs to damaged wiring 

  • Additional sockets 

  • New circuits 

  • Replacement fuse boards, also called Consumer Units 

  • Electricity in your bathroom: shower supplies, extraction fans, lighting 

  • Power to garages, sheds, summerhouses and hot tubs 

  • Outside power and lighting: everything from security lights to fairy lights 

  • Fitting smoke and fire alarms

  • Setting up home entertainment systems

  • Connecting TV aerials

  • Installation of smart home equipment


There really is no job too small!

You really don’t have to know what you’re asking me to do. You just need to describe the problem and I’ll figure out how to fix it. And don’t worry, we start with a free estimate. This breaks down exactly what needs to be done and the cost. Work only begins once we’ve agreed a budget.

Business Services include:

  • Landlords’ legal compliance checks and certifications

  • Portable Appliance Testing (PAT)

  • Remedial work to meet requirements of electrical installation condition reports

  • Business fire alarm testing

  • Emergency lighting checks

  • Regular electrical maintenance of your premises

As you know, businesses and landlords are bound by law to uphold electrical safety standards. These regulations apply to electrical equipment and installations at your premises Obviously, your first concern is the safety of your tenants, or the staff and clients that use your building. As the business owner, you must also take into account that full compliance is required by your insurance documents.  

If your problem isn't included here, get in touch for free, no obligation, advice.