MT Electrical Contractors

MT Electrical Contractors

MT Electrical Contractors is a family firm of Essex electricians, independently run and fully accredited. Founded in the year 2000, the company takes pride in a doing a good job and leaving its clients happy with their electrical work.

Our staff are all NICEIC approved electricians, as both a Domestic Installers and Approved Contractors. We deliver a full range of electrical services across a wide range of areas: commercial, industrial, domestic, agricultural and retail.

Electrical services include installation, repair, maintenance (including maintenance contracts) and remedial across the County of Essex. We also carry out extensive work on larger commercial projects (large gyms, shops etc) in and around London and the Home Counties, and we have built a strong reputation as exceptional London Electricians. We have also just completed a complete re-wire on gyms in Dublin, Ireland.

We are a registered NICEIC Approved Contractor, NICEIC Approved Domestic Installer, CHAS Accredited Contractor, Constructionline Registered, Certified Pro Raychem Installer, Trust Mark Registered.

The key benefits of contracting an MT Electrician to undertake electrical work are:

- Free Quotes
- Competitive pricing
- 12 month written call back guarantee on parts and labour
- 24hr Emergency Call Out Service
- Senior staff with collective experience totalling over 60 years
- Latest technology available
- Code of Conduct for all employees on site

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