Electrical Services Watford
At GreenLight, we offer a full service from the initial design of a full electrical installation & Audio Visual requirements to the installation, programming, and commissioning.
From initial design and planning, we can deliver M&E installation projects right through to inspection, testing and commissioning. Our multi-skilled engineers are dynamic and get involved in different parts of each installation, this approach improves knowledge within the team and makes everything run smoothly.
With years of experiences, we have built an experienced team that can deliver a project to the highest standard, using the latest LED lighting and dimming controls for lighting, we can create a modern lighting system that can be controlled from any smart device or intelligent lighting keypad and creates beautiful mood lighting.
With the recent advancement in smart technology we are utilising this in daily life as second nature, we can integrate smart technology to create a smart home which can control any number of audio & video devices, blinds, lighting, etc from a smart device on a WiFi network or fixed touchscreen device.
With a flexible approach to every project we can offer out of hours services to make sure all programmed electrical installs are completed on time. On site micro management is the key to successful installations and we have the latest systems and personnel with the right training to deliver.
Electrical Service Includes
- Circuit Installation & upgrades
- Electrical safety inspections
- Electrical systems upgrade
- Landscape & security lighting
- New construction wiring
- Security systems
- Remodel rewiring
- Fire Alarm
- Solar Panels
- Electric Vehicle Charging
Watford is an English town northwest of London. On its northern outskirts, Warner Bros. Studio Tour London features props, costumes and sets from the Harry Potter films, including wizard shopping street Diagon Alley. Cassiobury Park has sports facilities and a nature reserve with wetlands. Watford Museum focuses on local history. Herts Fire Museum displays firefighting equipment dating from as far back as the 1850s.