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Electrical Circuit

Sprague & Ouseley's electricians  are registered and carry out all types of domestic and commercial electrical work.


Whether you need a plug changing or a full rewire of the property, Sprague & Ouseley Ltd in Exeter is the name you can trust.


We undertake electrical test inspections, diagnostics and fault finding on all types of electrical systems.


Electrical work can be dangerous. It’s not only essential to ensure that the person undertaking the work is suitably qualified, but in some cases – such as any work involving the main fuse board –

it’s now a legal requirement.


All our electrical engineers are qualified to the 18th edition, and all our work complies with the latest edition of BS 7671 (IEE Wiring Regulations). You can therefore rest assured that your electrical work is in safe hands with us.


With many years' in the industry our electrical engineers are able to offer best practice solutions for any project, large or small.


Along with our guarantee on workmanship, we are also able to sign-off on our own electrical rewiring work and issue an electrical installation certificate upon completion of the work.

For more information or to book an electrician,

please give us a call.

Some of the services we offer:

  • Additional sockets

  • Circuit board installations

  • Circuit breaker repairs

  • Complete and partial rewiring

  • Consumer unit replacements

  • Cooker points

  • Domestic appliances

  • Door entry systems

  • Earthing ports and bonding

  • Electric heaters

  • Electric radiators

  • Electrical fault finding

  • Electrical repairs

  • Emergency lighting

  • External lighting

  • Fused spurs

  • Garden lighting

  • Heating controls

  • Immersion heaters

  • Lighting design, installations and repairs

  • Lighting - low voltage

  • Portable appliance testing (PAT)

  • Power shower installations

  • Rewiring

  • Security lighting

  • Sockets

  • Switches

  • Testing and inspections

  • Towel rails

  • Transformers

  • Tripping circuits

  • Water heaters

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