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For all your electrical needs, from changing a light to rewiring a barn, no job too big or small

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boulton electrical soloutions rated for Electrician in Doncaster


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07 Nov 2017


Came nice and early on Saturday morning as promised and had finished the job within the hour. He also gave me advice regarding the electrics for a new kitchen.

, S20

16 Oct 2017


Liam did us proud arrived on time and straight into the job, he has a great way with customers and got the job finished and cleaned up all his mess. Will recommend Liam to friends and relations

, DN17

09 Oct 2017


Very personable young man. Would have got a better rating if upstairs and down stairs light circuits had been separated. However very pleased and would definitely use again. Also recommend to anyone 1

, DN14

16 Aug 2017


My job was done quickly and efficiently. Very pleased with results. Would recommend and use again.

, DN5

29 Aug 2017


First class job comepleted time

, S75

13 Aug 2017


Liam did a great job. He was punctual, professional, polite and he cleaned up when finished (even though the work was done in a grotty cellar). Highly recommended.

, S9

20 Nov 2016


Brilliant job, punctual and professional, will use again and would highly recommend.

, S35

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boulton electrical soloutions answered questions about Electrician in Doncaster

's question
Thu 28 Dec 2017 11:28am
I want to replace my 3 storage heaters to more modern and efficient ones. I am also in the process of replacing my flooring in my second floor flat. The current heaters have the flooring going around the feet at the bottom onto the bare concrete floor. Should i replace my floor or heaters first? Also any advice on storage heaters from experienced people would be helpful!
  • Liam Boulton's Answer
    Tue 2 Jan 2018 12:50pm
    Hi Sam, it doesn’t matter which you replace first as the new storage heaters will sit on feet on top of your carpet as well as being screwed to the floor. As for the heaters themselves I’d definitely go with dimplex quantum heaters, they’re much more efficient and most come with 3 year warranty
's question
Mon 1 Jan 2018 19:23pm
In Sept last we had no elect power to the house, called out an electrician, he said we needed new circuit breaker, he fitted that and power restored.  Then just before Xmas no power again.  We called out the provider EDF - they said it was not their responsibility must be something between meter and house.  So we called another electrician who said the ‘company fuse’ had gone.  He replaced it though he said provider should have done it.  All power restored.  We were away over Christmas, got back yesterday no power again.  Called provider again because we assumed company fuse had blown again.  They say fuse is working.  We call the other electrician who fitted new fuse.  He says fuse is broken again and we need an EICR.
  • Liam Boulton's Answer
    Tue 2 Jan 2018 12:47pm
    Hi David, the electrician was right, you would need an EICR to determine the problem and then rectify.

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