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Obtain Electrical Services Teignmouth

01803 36 20 56

Electrician in Teignmouth
Obtain Electrical Services

Electrical standards and awards
Electrical standards and awards

Get a reliable service and 12 months after job care from Teignmouth's 5 star electricians

Electrician Teignmouth
& Surrounding Areas

Your domestic and commercial electrician in Teignmouth. Our customers get professional design, installation and protection with 12 months of after-job care. We're friendly, fully qualified and ready to help.

Maintenance Account

Do you have a regular need for an electrician in Teignmouth or Devon? Ask us about setting up a maintenance account and benefit from ordering work at your convenience, at your agreed rate and only handling one monthly bill.

Maintenance accounts are great for multi-site customers, landlords, schools and commercial properties.

Our Guarantee & Accreditations

We’re full scope NAPIT accredited Teignmouth electricians, which means we meet the standards & and are annually inspected for carrying out both commercial and domestic reactive and planned maintenance as well as new installations and inspections including those limited to those qualified as an "electrical inspector".

All work is backed by our 12-month guarantee, we notify local authorities as applicable and issue certificates same day, so no chasing up your electrician for certificates!


Our qualified, accredited services cover Teignmouth for installs, testing & servicing for electrical installations in both domestic & commercial properties.

Teignmouth, Holcombe, Bishopsteignton, Eastcliff Park, Shaldon, Combeinteignhead & Ringmore.

Teignmouth, Devon
Teignmouth Electrical Maintenace Contracts
Teignmouth service area
Teignmouth Electrical Contractor
Electrician accreditations & guarantee

Founded in the late 17th century by Captain Thomas Halcombe, Teignmouth is a seaside town and fishing port that is located on the north bank of the mouth of the River Teign, close to Exeter, Devon.


The town was a thriving fishing port and then became a fashionable resort in Georgian times. The South Devon Railway made the town even more popular when it opened in 1841 so it has continued to evolve over time.


Today, the port still operates and the town remains a popular seaside and day trip holiday location.


Things to do:

Grand Pier, Teignmouth Lido, Teignmouth Back Beach, Polly Steps, Cliffden Hotel, Coombe Valley Local Nature Reserve, Teignmouth & Shaldon Museum & Teignmouth Arts Quarter.

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