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Approved Electricians in EdinburghScotland.

  • Electrical Installation Condition Reports (EICR).
  • Portable Appliance Testing (PAT).
  • Full or Part Rewires.
  • Consumer Unit (fusebox) Change.
  • Smoke/Heat/co2 Alarms.
  • Stair Lighting.
  • Emergency Light Testing.
  • Fault Finding.


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Who are we?

Expert Electrical Edinburgh is an electrical job leads company. We work with vetted and experienced Approved Electricians in Edinburgh & Scotland and can guarantee that the job being done is done to the highest standard. 

With over 15 years in the electrical industry ourselves, we have decided that our next venture is to provide leads for other electrical contractors through-out Scotland. We know what is required and how to get the job done! 

We work with Domestic, Commercial and Industrial companies that can travel throughout Scotland. Electricity can be dangerous and we feel that anyone carrying out DIY electrical work or by an incompetent company are putting themselves and others in danger. 

All the contractor that work with us have been vetted and are a part of a known electrical body such as the NICEIC or SELECT. We will not put you forward to any contractors who have not been through our vetting process.

We offer free estimates to our customers and are priced competitively.  


Domestic Services

Just because it works, does not mean your domestic property safe! Please contact an electrician for any work needing done within your household.

Commercial Services

Let us provide you with the knowledge that your Commercial property is safe for business use. Our electricians are fully competent. 


Industrial Services

We have many years experience in the Industrial sector. We are able to supply and install your new wiring system.

Have Questions?

DO RENTAL PROPERTIES REQUIRE AN ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION CONDITION REPORT (EICR)?

Due to a change in the Scottish Government Guidelines for Rented accommodation all rented properties require an EICR to provide the tenant with electrical safety knowing that the property they are staying in is up to standard.

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ARE SMOKE DETECTORS REQUIRED IN RENTED ACCOMMODATIONS?

Yes, the Scottish Government Guidelines have recently changed the rule of thumb is that fire alarms are required in the hallway, living area and kitchen. These must be hardwired and have a battery backup. The alarms must all be interlinked which will sound all alarms if any one alarm is triggered.

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DO MY SMOKE ALARMS NEED TO BE MAINTAINED?

Yes, all smoke detectors should be maintained as per manufacturer’s instructions.

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WHAT CHECKS DO I REQUIRE TO BE ABLE TO LET MY PROPERTY OUT?

The safety checks that are required for letting purposes are as follows EICR, PAT, Gas Safety Check, Legionella Risk Assessment and an EPC.

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DO I NEED EMERGENCY LIGHTING FOR MY HMO PROPERTY?

Yes, HMO properties require Emergency Escape Route Lighting to provide safe access out of the property.

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DO I NEED TO TEST MY EMERGENCY LIGHTING YEARLY?

Yes, You must also test you Emergency Lighting monthly to ensure they are working correctly.

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DO I NEED RCD PROTECTION IN MY PROPERTY?

We strongly suggest you install RCD protection within your property. A device such as an RCD can save lives in the event of a earth fault.

Older properties have been installed to an older version of the electrical standards and if all required tests check out, then your property may not require additional protection. Although as stated above, we strongly suggest you installed RCD protection within your property.

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WHAT IS PORTABLE APPLIANCE TESTING?

Portable Appliance Testing (PAT) is a sequence of test carried out on equipment in your property/building which operates from a 13A plug top.  These tests ensure that the piece of equipment is working correctly and has no faults within or around it.

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WHATS INVOLVED IN A FUSEBOX CHANGE?

Before carrying out a consumer unit change, we must check and make sure that your wiring system is up to standards and not have any faults on your system. We do this by carrying out an EICR.

Upgrading your fuse box is not just as simple as swapping over a light switch or socket. As your new consumer unit (fuse box) will pick up faults that your old fuse box wont, we need to ensure that once we have swapped it over, we can turn it on without any hidden surprises. We also need to make sure that the earthing and bonding to the property is correctly installed along with various other checks.

Please do not change over your consumer unit (fuse box) without having your property tested first.

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