Lloyd Electrical & Home Services

62 ratings

Lloyd Electrical & Home Services

62 ratings

About Lloyd Electrical & Home Services

10 years of electrical, plumbing, tiling, kitchen & bathroom experience. I started off as an apprentice electrician, and when I came to work for myself, found that people needed someone who could do everything, so that's what I do, I'm happy to help.

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Lloyd Electrical & Home Services rated for Bathroom fitter in Basildon


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27 Jul 2018


I would highly recommend Jon. He got back to me very quickly with a very competitive quote ! He offered a quick start date & arrived on time & completed the work to a very high standard. He tidied up after himself & was very polite & courteous to our client. Over all rating 10/10 - 1st Class service, Thanks for a job well done Jon & I look forward to working with you again in the near future.

, SS9

16 Nov 2017


Excellent work and reasonable price! Thank you.

, AL7

04 Oct 2017


5 star

, SS15

14 Jul 2017


Very personable guy that wanted to please, he explained things well and didn't want to charge me for things I didn't need. Completed job quickly and efficiently. 5*

, CM15

30 Jul 2017

Gas / Heating engineer

Great job, fair price, got Jon back to do a towel rail too. Would definitely trust him to do more too :)

, SS15

24 May 2017


Provided required safety certificates the same day and further documentation arrived from relevant authority soon after job finished. Exactly what we needed, good job.

, SS17

13 Mar 2017


Jon was brilliant. Turned up when he said he would, whilst he wasn't the cheapest - he was the tradesman I was most happiest having in my house and knew would be trustworthy. On the day Jon arrived nice and early, did a brilliant job, cleaned up after himself (probably doing a better job than myself) and let himself out. Can't recommend Jon and his business enough!

, CM2

26 Jan 2017


Jonathon was very polite and punctual. Got the job done in the next 30min after contacting. I would recommend him to anyone. Thank you very much

, SS14

15 Feb 2017


Was efficient and effective. Responsible advice and ethical suggestions made. Very friendly, approachable and professional. Would recommend with out hesitation. . .

, SS13

29 Jan 2017


Found Jon through Rated People when i couldn't get hold of a guy i have used before. I'm always sceptical of new tradesman, but Jon was on time, friendly, got straight on with the jobs I wanted, offered some good advice and the price was as suggested on the initial phonecall. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend or use him again and am already sorting out a further couple of jobs I need doing.

, SS9

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Lloyd Electrical & Home Services answered questions about Bathroom fitter in Basildon

's question
Sun 28 Aug 2016 12:50pm

Firstly let me say that I'm not 100% on the terminology so please bear with me. I have a single built in oven and a ceramic hob that in need to connect to the mains. The oven is rated at 2.1 KW, the hob-- 6 KW. The oven is a modern type that can either be fitted with a 13 amp plug or the cable can be wired into a fused spur (like what a washing machine's power socket runs from). As I expect you know, the hob must be connected with a "H05VV-F or higher" cable. I have a council house with a standard cooker supply set-up, i.e a cooker connection-point which runs off a 45A Double Pole Cooker Switched Socket which goes to the main consumer unit? (fuse box). I would ideally like to connect the oven and the hob to the cooker-connection-point. Is that possible? what do I need? or what would you recommend as the best (simple/practical/cheap) option?. Thanks.

  • Jonathan Lloyd's Answer
    Sun 28 Aug 2016 13:18pm

    You a right in mostly what you think. the hob needs to go to the cooker point, as it takes the most power, and the oven and be plugged in. (Be aware, if the oven has come with a plug top, if you cut it off, it may void the warranty.) I usually try and put a double socket for the oven to plug in to, usually they'll be one somewhere e.g. for your washing machine. But, if you take a socket off/or wire the oven with the hob into the cooker point, then you are not protecting the cable that supplies the oven.

's question
Sun 28 Aug 2016 12:51pm

What are the payment methods traders provide?

  • Jonathan Lloyd's Answer
    Sun 28 Aug 2016 13:12pm

    Usually, tradesmen can take any form of payment, BAC's, Cheque, or cash. Some people may even have card machines to take card payments, however, this will be a low amount of people who have this.

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Top trades offered by Lloyd Electrical & Home Services

Bathroom fitter

Bathroom Design

Bathroom Installation

Complete Bathroom Refurbishment


Air Conditioning / Refrigeration

Internal Lighting

Electrical Installation / Testing

Floor fitters

Electric Underfloor Heating

Water Underfloor Heating

Floor Tiling

Kitchen Specialist

Kitchen Design / Installation

Fitted Kitchens

Complete Kitchen Refurbishment