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Electricians Newton Aycliffe – New Shop Fittings

Is 2022 the year for change? If you’re a business owner, you know the importance of keeping up with changes and making sure you have a modern and impressive front. This is even more apparent to those who have a business premises such as a shop front, restaurant or bar and with the help of electricians in Newton Aycliffe you’ll have a modern premises that is fully functioning in no time at all.

Your building should look appealing to your customers and make it look like a place they should visit. If the incorrect, outdated lighting is in place, for example, this can be a reason for certain customers to not visit your store as it can hurt their eyes and make them feel unwell.

We’re here to help you make a fantastic first impression as after all you can only make them once!

Our team can install all lighting and electrical sockets that are required in your business/ shop fitting. We can work on newly refurbished commercial units and also offer maintenance work to keep on top of all electrical items to ensure they run smoothly, causing no issues.

With over 20 years’ experience in the electrical industry and completing shop fittings for many large retail brands, let the HES team take care of your business. Our fully qualified team of experts understand the demand to hit deadlines and not have an impact on the day to day running of your business. We can arrange an agreement where we work out of hours to complete the work meaning there is no down time for your business. Plus, we can advise you on the best products to use such as LED lighting to help the environment.

All of our parts and labour come with a full 12 months guarantee and we are also part P registered with NAPIT.

Contact us today!

If you are looking for professional experienced electricians in Newton Aycliffe, please call us on 01325 249294 or visit www.harveyelectricalservices.com for more information.

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