Darren Gotts Electrician

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Darren Gotts Electrician rated for Bathroom fitter in North Walsham


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13 Mar 2017


Turned up on time, got the job done. Would definitely use again.

, NR9

13 Mar 2017


I would have no hesitation in using Darren again. He was prompt, polite and efficient.

, NR2

12 Nov 2016


Professional and pleasant. Turned up early

, NR2

26 Feb 2014


Darran done an excellant job fitting a Consumer unit and checking all outlets and switches and associated wiring were safe.

, NR27

08 Aug 2013


Very friendly and professional. Did a good job at a reasonable price. Happy to use againa.

, NR8

16 Jul 2013


We are extremely happy with this company as they have been quick and professional. Definitely value for money and most important for us is honest.

, NR3

16 May 2013


Darren fitted an Induction Hob for me. He was extremely efficient and at a very competitive price. Highly recommended!

, NR28

05 May 2013


First rate professional service. Would certainly use again and highly recommend to others.

, NR12

14 Apr 2013


Polite, efficient and can be trusted to do a quality job.

, NR8

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Darren Gotts Electrician answered questions about Bathroom fitter in North Walsham

's question
Tue 31 Jan 2017 17:13pm
The fire brigade had to force entry to the flat. As the front door would not open even with force they had to remove the door from its hinges which has damaged the brick work and plaster. There is also some superficial damage to the door which may be repairable as the door handle and lock are both intact. The door has been made temporarily secure. I am unsure if this job should be listed under builder or carpenter/ joiner as there is damage to the brick work and plaster?
  • Darren Gotts's Answer
    Wed 1 Feb 2017 09:31am
    Hi Kelly Either a carpenter or builder could sort this problem for you. A carpenter would be better though
's question
Sun 24 Nov 2013 01:28am
I have just bought a house that I intend to rent out. i am spending every evening working on it and i have noticed that the lights occasionally flicker. It happens on both the upstairs and downstairs circuits. Some evenings I have noticed that the lights do not flicker at all. The house has only recently been rewired this year. It is all very confusing, does any one have any idea as to what it might be?
  • Darren Gotts's Answer
    Sun 24 Nov 2013 17:29pm
    Hi as previous comments have suggested could be poor connections. Or it may be you are near the end of a long run of cable coming from the dno, electricity networks. Also If it is in the evening everyone else who share the same phase as you are consuming a lot of electricity. It would be advisable to have an electrician come in and test your incoming voltage and see what it is and if it is fluctuating up and down. Many thanks Darren Gotts Electrician.

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Top trades offered by Darren Gotts Electrician

Bathroom fitter

Bathroom Installation

Complete Bathroom Refurbishment

Bathroom Repair


Garage Conversion

House extension

Porch / Canopy

Carpenter / Joiner

Wooden Doors - Internal

Floor Sanding & Finishing

Laminate Flooring


Internal lighting

Electrical installation / Testing

Electric underfloor heating