Hawtin Electrical located at 53 White Rd, Oxford OX4 2JL, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01865 479368

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Paul Young

5 Google Rating

Fantastic job well done. Very good communication throughout. James is a warm and friendly guy who ex

5/ 5

Fantastic job well done. Very good communication throughout. James is a warm and friendly guy who explained things thoroughly before, during and after the job was completed. A real professional!!! Will definitely use again.

Anthony Dain

5 Google Rating

Very good experience, turned up on time and did a tidy job for a fair price. Highly recommended.

5/ 5

Very good experience, turned up on time and did a tidy job for a fair price. Highly recommended.

Andy Davice

5 Google Rating

James did a solid and honest job at a fair price - turned up when he said he would, and completed wo

5/ 5

James did a solid and honest job at a fair price - turned up when he said he would, and completed work as agreed. Will definitely use him next time I need any electrical work doing.

Alison Fayers-Kerr

5 Google Rating

James is reliable, thinks deeply about the proposed work before making suggestions and then makes a

5/ 5

James is reliable, thinks deeply about the proposed work before making suggestions and then makes a plan with you the customer.He concentrates on the job in hand and is quietly professional and does not waste time. For me he has done some tricky works involving rewiring, upgrading and tidying up the complex and messy electrics in our antiquated house in Jericho. I recommend him without hesitation (but I hope he doesn't get too busy as I still need him!). Alison; March 2016

Paul Goldberg

5 Google Rating

Did a good job replacing consumer unit, adding new cables to cooker and hob, and installing new elec

5/ 5

Did a good job replacing consumer unit, adding new cables to cooker and hob, and installing new electical outlets. Gave me useful advice on other electical matters.

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