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Residential & Commercial Emergency Electrical Services in Waltham Abbey

Our 24/7 emergency electrician service is committed to reaching you within 1 hour, no matter the time or day. We understand the urgency of electrical issues and strive to provide prompt assistance to ensure your safety and peace of mind. Trust in our expertise and reliability to swiftly address any electrical emergency in Waltham Abbey. Call us to discuss your electrical needs and book a qualified local electrician near Waltham Abbey. We cover a wide range of areas.

Why Choose Us

Quality & Reliable Electrical Services by Purelite Electrical.

We pride ourselves on providing top-notch services and always prioritize our clients' satisfaction. Our commitment to excellence ensures that we consistently deliver exceptional results that exceed expectations.

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Qualifications & Endorsements

Purelite Electrical Ltd is a well-established and reputable company that you can depend on for all your electrical needs. We take immense pride in being qualified professionals and are proud members of various prestigious organizations, demonstrating our commitment to providing top-notch services to our clients.

Our Services

Welcome to our services section,
We cover a large number of electrical services,
Some of them are listed below:

Emergency Electrical Work

As a professional emergency electrician, one of our main duties entails identifying and troubleshooting faulty circuits and replacing any defective consumer unit, sockets, switches, and light fittings. Our goal is to ensure that your electrical system is functioning efficiently and safely.

EV Charger Installation

Our team consists of highly skilled and experienced electricians who have been trained and certified to handle any task related to the installation, replacement, and repair of EV chargers. We have the expertise and knowledge to work with all popular brands and can ensure that your charging station is functioning properly at all times. Trust us to provide you with reliable and efficient service that meets all your needs and exceeds your expectations.

Electrical Inspection & Testing​

Our team of highly skilled engineers are proud to say that we are NICEIC Approved. With years of experience under our belt, we are experts in carrying out a wide range of electrical services including EIC, EICR, PAT Testing, EV testing and Certification, ensuring that your electrical systems are running safely and efficiently.

Ligthing Design And Installation​

We design and install indoor and outdoor lighting based on your preferences. Our expertise in different lighting systems ensures that our installations are both attractive and practical. Contact us to discuss your lighting project today.

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Here is a list of some of the most popular methods of payments that we are accepting: Apple pay, Samsung pay, VISA, MasterCard, JCB, and telephonic payments via card, or cash.

Frequently Asked Questions

Some of the most asked questions here asked by our valuable Customers…

  • Why landlords need EICR for their properties in England?

    If you are a landlord or property owner, it's essential to prioritize the safety of your tenants. That's why it's crucial to schedule a regular EICR inspection for your older electrical installations. As per BS7671 Guidance Notes, the intervals for conducting these inspections should be followed strictly, and a qualified inspector or an approved electrical contractor can help you suggest the appropriate date for a new EICR inspection. With the introduction of new regulations across England and Wales, it has become mandatory for landlords to conduct EICR inspections before renting their property to new tenants. Even existing tenants must perform these inspections and provide a copy to their landlords. The increasing number of inquiries shows that more and more people are becoming aware of the importance of these safety measures, and it's time for you to prioritize your tenants' safety too.

  • When should I call an emergeny electrician?

    Majority of electricians normally work between 7am to 6pm, 9am to 5pm, or other daytime hours. They typically work 8 to 10 hour shifts. As a result, finding an electrician early in the morning, late at night, or during any other non-traditional hours can be almost impossible. This is where the need for an emergency electrician comes in. Emergency electricians are usually available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Purelite Electrical Ltd offers a quick and easy way to find the right emergency electrician. Our customer service staff are trained to help and guide customers in emergency situations. Please call Purelite Electrical at 02081665144 or visit us at www.pureliteelectrical.com to get urgent assistance and book the best electrician in and around London. Before calling an emergency electrician, you can visually check for signs of sparks or arcing noises in electrical appliances, switches, sockets, light fittings, spur switches, isolators, or visual damage to any sockets, switches, or light fixtures. If there are no visual signs or noises on the consumer side, check the electrical cupboard for any visual signs of loose meter tails, supply cables, overheated protective devices, RCD, RCBO, main switch, isolator, Henley Block, supply cutout, supply head, loose cut-out fuse, moisture, melted PVC, or liquid dripping from the consumer unit, cut-out fuse, isolator, old fuse unit, old fuse box, or old fabric meter tails. In the case of any of these visual signs, the best approach is to call a local or emergency electrician.

  • What types of emergency electrical work do you offer?

    Purelite Electrical Ltd has a remarkable team of highly skilled and certified electricians who are capable of handling almost any kind of domestic, residential, commercial and industrial electrical work. Our top-notch emergency electricians are equipped with the latest tools and techniques and can deliver exceptional results under any circumstances. We understand the complexities of electrical work and can replace any damaged or cracked one-gang/single, two-gang/double, three-gang/triple socket, or four-gang/quadruple socket outlet with utmost efficiency. Our expertise also extends to handling damaged or cracked one-gang/single 2 way switch, two-gang/double switch replacement, and three-gang/triple switch replacement. We specialize in providing replacement services for overheated/burnt wires, undersized wires, and heat resistive wires. Our professionals also excel in Electric/Immersion water heater element thermostat replacement, Electric/Immersion water heater thermostat reset, electrical/immersion heater heat resistive wires connection and replacement, installation of immersion heater electrical isolator switch for peak and non-peak supply, and fault finding, repair, and replacement of Lighting equipment. Our outdoor lighting installation specialists can cater to your specific requirements and provide effective solutions for any faulty outdoor equipment. We can also carry out oven fault finding repair and replacement, new oven/high power gas/electric oven installation, electric/gas hob fault finding repair and replacement, and new electric/gas hob installation. For electric/gas cooker fault finding repair and replacement, electric/gas cooker installation, wall-mounted cooker hood fault finding repair and replacement, wall-mounted cooker hood installation, ceiling-mounted cooker hood fault finding repair and replacement, ceiling-mounted cooker hood installation, dishwasher fault finding repair and replacement, and new dishwasher installation, you can trust us to provide seamless services. Our team is adept at fault finding and replacement of washing machines and integrated kitchen appliances as well. With our expertise in RCD/RCBO protected circuits fault finding repair and replacement, MCB protected circuits fault finding repair and replacement, RCD/RCBO controlled cleaner sockets fault finding repair and replacement, PVC/Plastic consumer units or old PVC/Plastic fuse boxes fault finding repair and replacement, and metal/old metal fuse boxes replacement, you can rest assured that your electrical issues will be resolved promptly and efficiently. Lastly, we can repair and replace obsolete fabric and lead wires, SWA (Steel Wire Armoured) wires, and all types of electrical cables. Please feel free to give us a call on 02081665144 or visit our website www.pureliteelectrical.com to speak with our knowledgeable staff, who will be pleased to help you remotely and schedule an appointment with an emergency electrician, if required.

  • Can an electrical fault turn into a devastating and deadly fire that can destroy properties and endanger lives?

    Yes, an electrical fault can turn into a fire, often with disastrous consequences, particularly if the protective devices in place are not suitable for their intended purpose. For this reason, it is important to understand the underlying causes of electrical fires. It has been reported by the London Fire Brigade that loose wiring in electrical consumer units is one of the most common causes of fire. In response, the government has introduced fire regulations aimed at tackling these issues. Since the launch of the BS7671 Amendment 3 17th edition regulations, all consumer units and distribution boards with combustible materials must be replaced by metal consumer units. However, it should be noted that this is a recommendation, and a code C3 is given if the electrical installation is deemed satisfactory. However, if there is any other fault or serious issue such as overloading, overheated cables or devices, or non-compatible RCD, MCB, or RCBOs found in the consumer unit, the consumer unit must be replaced with a metal alternative. Installation of these units requires the expertise and training of competent electricians, who must also carry out rigorous testing and inspection of newly installed devices and circuits. It is recommended that test results including ZE, ZS, RCD TEST, CONTINUITY TEST, POLARITY, RING CONTINUITY, INSULATION RESISTANCE TESTS, MANUAL OPERATION OF ALL PROTECTIVE DEVICES, AND FUNCTIONAL TESTS are recorded in an appropriate test schedule as recommended by BS7671. In instances where new circuits are added, altered or new points are added to the existing circuit, then either a new consumer unit or fuse box will need to be installed, resulting in the issuing of an EIC (new installation certificate) which must then be registered with the Part P building authorities. Purelite Electrical Ltd has highly qualified and experienced electricians who are trained in carrying out all of these necessary tests. Offering services throughout London and surrounding areas, we are dedicated to ensuring the safety of all our clients. Electrical safety is not something to take lightly, and it's important that you hire the right professionals for the job. If you require further information on electrical fixed wiring testing or certification or if you would like to enquire about portable appliance testing (PAT Testing / in-service appliance testing), please do not hesitate to contact our dedicated emergency electrical team who will be more than happy to assist in finding the best electrician for the job.

  • How much does an emergency electrician charge per hour?

    Hourly charges for emergency electricians depend on the nature of the work, time of day or night, call-out charges, day of the week or weekend, time needed to reach the client's location, and parking. If the client is in a toll area such as CCZ Central London congestion charge zone, ULEZ, or extended ULEZ areas, the hourly cost may be slightly higher. The usual starting cost for emergency electricians in and around London is £150 an hour. It's best to call and inquire about emergency charges before booking services to avoid any inconvenience down the line. At Purelite Electrical, we have a no call-out charge policy and only charge customers for work carried out. Our engineers won't carry out any unnecessary work without the customer's consent. Our customers leave their feedback on various platforms, including Google and Trustpilot. Please don't hesitate to contact us at 02081665144 or visit our website at www.pureliteelectrical.com for your electrical needs. All our electricians are City & Guilds 18th Edition qualified and NICEIC registered. Purelite Electrical Ltd is registered in England. As a reputable company, we always advise clients to conduct thorough research before hiring an electrician as many individuals without proper training and qualifications may operate as electricians and scam people, leaving their electrical installation in a worse condition.

  • What is an RCD device?

    A Residual Current Device (RCD), also known as a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) in some regions, represents a significant advancement in electrical safety technology. Unlike traditional fuses or miniature circuit breakers (MCBs), an RCD offers an unparalleled level of sensitivity and protection against electrical faults. This innovative electronic device utilizes cutting-edge technology to detect and mitigate earth leakage faults, which can arise when a live wire inadvertently makes contact with an exposed conductive part. The primary function of an RCD is to prevent electric shocks and fires by swiftly disconnecting the power supply when it detects a leakage current. This is crucial for protecting individuals from potentially fatal electric shocks and for safeguarding electronic devices, fluorescent tubes, bulbs, and LEDs from damage caused by faulty electrical currents. At the core of its operation, an RCD is constructed with two coils of live and neutral wires. These coils constantly monitor and maintain a delicate balance between the live and neutral currents. In the presence of any leakage current from either the live conductor phase or neutral, an imbalance occurs, prompting the RCD to trip and disconnect the power supply. This rapid response effectively prevents the continuation of the fault, mitigating the risk of harm to people and damage to electrical equipment. In summary, the RCD is a revolutionary advancement in electrical safety technology, offering superior sensitivity and reliable protection against earth leakage faults. Its ability to promptly detect and respond to electrical imbalances makes it an essential component of modern electrical systems, ensuring the safety of both individuals and electrical equipment.

  • What is an RCBO device?

    The RCBO (Residual Current Circuit Breaker with Overcurrent Protection) or compact RCBO represents a significant advancement in electrical safety technology, combining the functions of both an MCB (Miniature Circuit Breaker) and an RCD (Residual Current Device) into a single device. To fully comprehend the functions of an RCBO, it's essential to understand how MCBs and RCDs operate. While RCBOs may be more expensive, they offer exceptional efficiency and convenience, especially in emergency electrical work, making fault rectification in RCBO-controlled circuits much easier compared to RCD-controlled circuits. RCBOs are designed with their own test buttons, enabling consumers to perform manual tests on a quarterly basis to ensure proper functionality. If the test button fails to trip the device, it may indicate internal damage or a high fault current (Pfc) in the circuit. In such cases, it is advisable to seek professional assistance. Depending on the area in which you reside, contacting a local electrician or an emergency electrician with the requisite training and expertise, such as Purelite Electrical, is crucial for addressing complex electrical issues. In situations where a fault is suspected, it is essential to engage with a competent electrician to ensure safety and proper resolution. For immediate assistance, a friendly customer service team can provide guidance on the next steps and, if necessary, arrange for an emergency electrician to arrive promptly, often within an hour, to address the issue and ensure the safety of the electrical system.

  • How to reset an RCD or RCBO device?

    Resetting an RCD or RCBO requires basic electrical knowledge and should not be attempted if there is a potential risk of short circuit, earth leakage, or fire. After ensuring the absence of these risks, the reset procedure should be followed as outlined below: RCD Reset Procedure: Turn off all MCB devices controlled by the RCD. Turn on the RCD device. Turn on the MCB devices one by one. If a faulty circuit causes the RCD to trip, leave the faulty MCB in the off position and turn on the remaining MCBs. This allows partial power restoration and provides time to seek a local or emergency electrician for further investigation and resolution. An emergency electrician can use a multifunction test device to investigate and resolve the fault, typically within the first hour. Purelite Electrical offers competent electricians ready to address any electrical issues. For assistance, call 02081665144 or visit www.pureliteelectrical.com. RCBO Reset Procedure: If safe, unplug all devices on the circuit. Attempt to reset the RCBO to the upward position. If it resets without sparking or tripping, the fault may lie in one of the appliances. If the RCBO cannot be reset following the above steps, the fault may be in the fixed wiring, requiring a competent electrician to investigate further using appropriate testing devices. It's crucial to note that attempting to alter wiring or temporarily removing the circuit protective conductor (CPC) without proper qualifications can lead to injury or serious consequences. Therefore, only qualified and competent electricians should be enlisted to carry out such work.

  • What is an emergency electrician?

    An emergency electrician is a licensed professional who specializes in handling urgent electrical issues that pose immediate safety risks, such as power outages, electrical fires, or severe electrical malfunctions. They are trained to respond quickly to critical electrical situations and are equipped to address a wide range of urgent electrical problems. Purelite Electrical is a reputable electrical service provider known for its expertise in handling emergency electrical issues.

  • How quickly can an emergency electrician respond to a call?

    Emergency electricians strive to respond promptly, typically within one to two hours of receiving a call, to address urgent electrical issues. They understand the critical nature of their work and make every effort to reach the location as quickly as possible to mitigate risks and restore electrical safety. Purelite Electrical prides itself on its rapid emergency response, ensuring that customers receive timely assistance for urgent electrical problems.

  • Are emergency electricians available 24/7?

    Yes, most emergency electricians offer round-the-clock availability to address urgent electrical problems, including nights, weekends, and holidays. This ensures that help is always available when critical electrical issues arise, regardless of the time of day or day of the week. Purelite Electrical is a reliable 24/7 emergency electrical service provider, offering immediate assistance for urgent electrical issues at any time of the day or night.

  • What qualifications and certifications should an emergency electrician have?

    An emergency electrician should hold relevant electrical qualifications, licenses, and certifications, such as being a registered electrician with a recognized governing body and having completed emergency response training. Additionally, they should be fully insured and have a solid track record of handling urgent electrical issues competently and safely. Purelite Electrical's team of emergency electricians possesses the necessary qualifications and certifications to handle a wide range of critical electrical situations with expertise and professionalism.

  • How do I know if I need an emergency electrician or if the issue can wait until normal business hours?

    If the electrical issue poses an immediate safety hazard, such as a fire risk, electrical shock, or power outage, it necessitates the services of an emergency electrician. If there is any doubt about the severity of the issue, it's best to err on the side of caution and seek emergency assistance. Purelite Electrical provides guidance on identifying critical electrical issues and offers prompt emergency services when needed.

  • What safety precautions should I take while waiting for an emergency electrician to arrive?

    While waiting for an emergency electrician, it's crucial to turn off the power supply to the affected area, avoid using any electrical appliances or outlets, and evacuate the premises if there's a risk of fire. Additionally, if there is visible damage to electrical wiring or equipment, it's important to stay clear of the affected area to prevent potential injury. Purelite Electrical emphasizes the importance of safety measures during electrical emergencies and provides guidance on minimizing risks while awaiting professional assistance.

  • Can an emergency electrician handle both residential and commercial electrical emergencies?

    Yes, many emergency electricians are equipped to handle both residential and commercial electrical emergencies, addressing urgent issues in various settings. They have the expertise and resources to assess and resolve critical electrical problems in homes, businesses, industrial facilities, and other commercial properties. Purelite Electrical's emergency electricians are skilled in addressing residential and commercial electrical emergencies, ensuring that properties of all types receive timely and effective solutions.

  • What should I do if I smell burning or see sparks coming from an electrical outlet or appliance?

    If you smell burning or see sparks coming from an electrical outlet or appliance, immediately turn off the power supply to the affected area, evacuate the premises, and call an emergency electrician for urgent assistance. It's crucial to prioritize safety and take swift action to prevent the risk of fire or electrical hazards. Additionally, avoid using water to extinguish any electrical fires and refrain from attempting to handle the situation without professional assistance. Purelite Electrical offers guidance on responding to electrical emergencies and provides rapid assistance to address critical issues promptly and effectively.

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