Keith Gunn Electrical Solutions is a highly successful, long established NICEIC approved electrical contracting business with over 30 years’ experience working in Edinburgh and across central Scotland. We combine the wealth of expertise in all types of electrical installation work with a passion for lighting design. We provide a first class, fully-compliant service to homes and businesses throughout Scotland including Glasgow and further afield.

 

Lighting design and installation remains at the heart of what we do. We can provide traditional, modern, contemporary and even blended lighting schemes to match your personal preferences. We firmly believe that we are Edinburgh’s best electrical contractor and we have the extensive portfolio to back up our claims. As members of Edinburgh’s Trusted Trader scheme, you can be sure to trust us to do a good job.

 

Whilst we have worked on some of the most prestigious and historic projects you could imagine, this is only a small section of the work that Keith Gunn Electrical Solutions carries out. We are happy to take on domestic projects of any size or shape and aim to bring the same level of expertise, care and attention to changing a single light fitting in a cottage as we do hanging a vast chandelier in a castle.

 

Above all, our team are reliable, competent, friendly, knowledgeable and fully-qualified individuals who bring great care and attention to every project. Our team take pride in a job well done and ensuring each and every customer is happy and satisfied. Perhaps most importantly of all, they are nice people to have around and aim to make any job proceed as smoothly and with as little disruption as possible.

 

Our electrical services that we offer residents and businesses across Scotland include: Electrical installation, property rewiring, fuse board replacements and installations, electrical testing, smoke alarm installations, lighting design and installation, LED lighting, chandelier installation and refurbishment, landlord electrical services and much more.

Q What is a rewire?

A full rewire is when all the electrical wiring in your property is replaced and the equipment is upgraded including the fuse board.

Q How do I know if my house needs rewired?

You should get a full rewire around every 25 years. There are signs which indicate that a rewire is necessary:

Your lights start to flicker or dim even after replacing the light bulbs.
The consumer unit is over 10 years old. It may not have an RCD (A Residual Current Device – This is a safety mechanism which monitors the electricity flowing through the circuits.)
The consumer unit has asbestos flash guards which are never on newer models due to the harmful effect of asbestos fibres if breathed in.
The sockets are found in skirting boards rather than the wall and perhaps have rounded pins.
Sockets are unresponsive.
Old cables which are not earthed.
Circuit breakers which trip regularly.

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