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The new app EmerGenie with outstanding features lets you book local Electricians when in a emergency electrical situation within London & M25.  The GPS technology tracks your electricians journey, so you can rest assured help is on its way.

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  • Loose Outlet Plug
  • Broken Light Switch
  • Simple Short Circuit
  • Cut or Damaged Extension Cord
  • Flickering or Dimming Lights
  • Light Bulbs Burn Out Frequently
  • Dead Outlets
  • Warm Outlets or Switches
  • Frequently Tripping Breakers

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Our Electricians can also help you with the following

  • Install an extractor
  • Electrical inspection certificate is needed
  • 1 bedroom home rewiring
  • Socket needs replacing
  • Security light rewiring
  • Install an outdoor plug socket
  • Sockets need moving
  • Socket needs rewiring
  • Issue with ceiling light
  • Fuse box isn’t working
  • 3 bedroom home rewiring
  • Storage heater needs installing
  • Smoke alarm beeping
  • Socket general maintenance
  • Light/dimmer/pull cord switch isn’t working
  • Replace an electric cooker
  • Install an electric shower
  • Electrics inspection
  • Light fixture is broken
  • Electrics are intermittently tripping
  • Extractor fan needs replacing
  • Issue with light switch, dimmer or pull cord
  • Rewire a 2 bed flat
  • Install outdoor lighting
  • Install an RCD unit
  • Install a Ring product
  • Install extractor

Help with an emergency electrical problem?

Finding Solution to Electrical Problems, Here are some free tips from us …

Your Ultimate Guide to Finding Solution to Electrical Problems

In light of a study published by the Electricity Safety Foundation International, it is found that up to 50,000 avoidable home fire hazards are caused by electrical malfunctioning on annual basis. This necessitates the need to impart you on insightful methods by which you can identify electrical problems in your building.

Signs that Prove Electrical Problems in your Building

  • Strange Odour: Newly bought electrical appliances may emit new odour. Perhaps, this could be traced to the paints or other material used in the manufacturing process. However, if you perceived any strange odour from your old electrical devices, outlets, breaker panel or fuse, ensure all that is applied to it is unplugged till the issues is verified and rectified by a professional electrician.
  • Arc Faults: This is caused by a deflection in the direction of an electrical circuit. This change in direction can be traced to a wiring breach. However, you will need the service of a certified electrician to prevent arc fault via the installation of arc-fault circuit interrupter (AFCI). The use of AFCI should be highly prioritized in homes that have faded electrical wires.
  • Fake Electrical Products: If you are so conscious of cost-efficiency to the extent that you find pleasure in buying counterfeit electrical products at extremely low prices, you should be prepared for a serious electrical problems someday.
  • Heated Light Switches or Sparking Cables: If you have a heating sensation when you touch your light switches or you find your electrical outlets suddenly or occasionally sparking, that is a sign you need the attention of an electrician in your area.
  • Droppings from Rodents: Electrical wiring can be a nutritional property for mice and rats. Definitely, an uncovered or damages can pose a serious hazard in your home. If you see any pieces of any material eaten by rodents in your area, ensure you check if there is any damage on the electrical wirings. For thorough examination, you may call an electrician.
  • Problems of Circuit Breaks: The function of circuit breaker is to indicate when a circuit is overloaded. If circuit break trips once in a while, it only means there is overload. However, if it trips consistently, it means there is a necessity to call a professional electrician that can help you examine the whole electrical system of your area.
  • Noisy Electrical Outlets: A normal electrical outlet ought to work without giving any buzzing sounds. In cases where your outlets keep giving buzzing sounds, switch off all power and call an electrician.
  • Consistent Flickering Lights: The function of a flickering light is to reveal a power surge. A power surge may imply a warning on a catastrophic event or a warning on electrical demands that the system cannot meet. Any of the case it is, you will need the service of an electrician is it becomes consistent.
  • Persistently Hot Ceilings: Occasionally verify the thermal insulation of your ceiling. If it is always generating heat… that implies the ceiling lacks insulation. If not quickly rectified by the bulb prescription of an electrician and thorough evaluation of the ceiling area, there may be a loophole for a fire hazard.

The Implication of Getting the Wrong Electricians

When it comes to hiring an electrician, one has to be very careful. For example, the dangers that can arise from an improper grounding of electrical circuit can lead to threat of life and monetary loses.

  • Dimming Lights: One of the negative effects of using an incompetent electrician in your home is that lights will give a dimming reaction. This is merely a symptom for a more destruction on the electrical appliances connected to the electrical system. It usually leads to the destruction of refrigerator’s motors, under-heated ovens, ineffective heaters, and many more. You end up spending more than it budgeted for.
  • Electrical Shock: In cases where a hired electrician did an improper grounding, it usually causes electrical shock. This is how it works: the flows of electricity in circuit are directed towards earth or the ground. In cases where the ground from the utility company is not functional, the electrical flows takes an alternative route to the back-up safety system below your home. If this alternative probe is not also effective, the electrical flows will be forced to create another route to the ground or earth. The route it is forced to create is usually detrimental because electrical circuit flow from socket to finger, hand or any part of the human body to the ground. A severe electrical shock can lead to death.
  • An Increase in Electricity Bill: One of the mistakes that an incompetent electrician can make when making an electrical grounding is to use faulty or outdated wires. When this happens, the carrier wire (hot wire) that carries the electrical voltage usually touch a ground wire before it transmit voltage to your homes. If this hot wire is not well protected, it will come in contact with a grounding wire, damp earth, metallic pipe or any ground. With this contact, electricity will continually and unrestrictedly be released to the ground. This will lead to waste of electricity power and high electricity bill.

Why you Need EmerGenie App

EmerGenie app will give you access to electricians that are not only certified in the required fields but have also been professionally and practically authenticated. The agency has the capacity to communicate with electrical engineers in the technical language they understand. The app saves you the stress of searching for electricians in the digital space or in your physical environment.

EmerGenie app is a downloadable app that is absolutely user-friendly. In it, you can get several professional services, make payment, and send your reviews.

  • EC1: Barbican, Clerkenwell, Farringdon, Finsbury, St Luke’s, City, Islington
  • EC3: Aldgate, Tower Hill, City, Tower Hamlets
  • EC4: Blackfriars, Temple, City, Westminster
  • WC2: Temple, City, Westminster
  • W1: Chinatown, Fitzrovia, St Marylebone, Mayfair, Soho, Westminster, Camden
  • W2: Bayswater, Paddington, Little Venice, Westminster
  • W3: Acton, Ealing
  • W4: Acton, Bedford Park, Chiswick, Gunnersbury, Ealing, Hounslow
  • W5: Ealing
  • W6: Hammersmith, Hammersmith and Fulham
  • W7: Hanwell, Ealing
  • W8: Holland Park, Kensington and Chelsea
  • W9: Little Venice, Maida Vale, Westminster
  • W10: North Kensington, Kensington and Chelsea
  • W11: Holland Park, Notting Hill, North Kensington, Kensington and Chelsea
  • W12: Shepherd’s Bush, White City, Wormwood Scrubs, Hammersmith and Fulham
  • W13: West Ealing, Ealing
  • W14: Holland Park, West Kensington, Hammersmith and Fulham, Kensington and Chelsea
  • WC1: Bloomsbury, King’s Cross, St Pancras, Holborn, Camden
  • WC2: Holborn, Aldwych, Charing Cross, Covent Garden, St Giles, Camden, Westminster
  • N1: Barnsbury, Canonbury, De Beauvoir Town, Hoxton, Islington, Pentonville, Shoreditch, Kings Cross
  • N2: East Finchley, Hampstead Garden Suburb, Finchley, Barnet
  • N3: Church End, Finchley, Barnet
  • N4: Finsbury Park, Manor House, Stroud Green, Harringay, Haringey
  • N5: Highbury, Islington
  • N6: Highgate, Camden
  • N7: Holloway, Nag’s Head, Tufnell Park, Islington
  • N8: Crouch End, Hornsey, Turnpike Lane, Harringay, Haringey
  • N9: Edmonton, Enfield
  • N10: Colney Hatch, Fortis Green, Muswell Hill, Haringey, Barnet
  • N11: Brunswick Park, Friern Barnet, New Southgate, Colney Hatch, Arnos Grove, Bounds Green, Barnet, Enfield, Haringey
  • N12: Finchley, North Finchley, Woodside Park, Barnet
  • N13: Palmers Green, Enfield
  • N14: Arnos Grove, Osidge, Southgate, Barnet, Enfield
  • N15: Harringay, Seven Sisters, Tottenham Green, West Green, Stamford Hill, South Tottenham, Tottenham, Tottenham Hale, Hackney, Haringey
  • N16: Stamford Hill, Stoke Newington, Hackney
  • N17: South Tottenham, Tottenham, Tottenham Hale, Haringey
  • N18: Edmonton, Enfield
  • N19: Archway, Tufnell Park, Islington
  • N20: Oakleigh Park, Totteridge, Whetstone, Barnet
  • N21: Grange Park, Winchmore Hill, Enfield
  • N22: Bounds Green, Bowes Park, Wood Green, Haringey
  • NW1: Camden Town, Chalk Farm, Somerstown, Primrose Hill, Camden
  • NW2: Childs Hill, Cricklewood, Dollis Hill, Neasden, Brent Cross, Barnet, Brent, Camden
  • NW3: Belsize Park, Frognal, Gospel Oak, Hampstead, Swiss Cottage, Primrose Hill, Camden
  • NW4: Brent Cross, The Burroughs, Hendon, West Hendon, Barnet
  • NW5: Dartmouth Park, Kentish Town, Gospel Oak, Camden
  • NW6: Brondesbury, Kensal Green, Kilburn, Queen’s Park, West Hampstead, Brent
  • NW7: Arkely, The Hale, Mill Hill, Barnet
  • NW8: Primrose Hill, Lisson Grove, St John’s Wood, Camden, Westminster
  • NW9: Colindale, Grahame Park, the Hyde, Kingsbury, Barnet
  • NW10: Brent Park, Church End, Harlesden, Neasden, Old Oak Common, Park Royal, Willesden, Kensal Green, Brent, Hammersmith and Fulham
  • NW11: Golders Green, Barnet
  • E1: Mile End, Ratcliff, Shadwell, Spitalfields, Stepney, Wapping, Whitechapel, Tower Hamlets
  • E2: Bethnal Green, Cambridge Heath, Globe Town, Haggerston, Shacklewell, Tower Hamlets, Hackney
  • E3: Bow, Bromley, Bromley-by-Bow, Old Ford, Tower Hamlets
  • E4: Chingford, Highams Park, Waltham Forest
  • E5: Lower Clapton, Upper Clapton, Hackney
  • E6: Beckton, East Ham, Upton Park, Newham
  • E7: Forest Gate, Newham
  • E8: Dalston, Hackney
  • E9: Hackney Marshes, Hackney Wick, Homerton, South Hackney
  • E10: Lea Bridge, Leyton, Waltham Forest
  • E11: Cann Hall, Leytonstone, Snaresbrook, Wanstead, Waltham Forest, Redbridge
  • E12: Little Ilford, Manor Park, Newham
  • E13: Plaistow, West Ham, Upton Park, Newham
  • E14: Blackwall, Cubitt Town, Isle of Dogs, Leamouth, Limehouse, Millwall, Poplar, Tower Hamlets
  • E15: Leyton, Waltham Forest, Maryland, Stratford, Newham
  • E16: Beckton, Canning Town, Custom House, North Woolwich, Silvertown, Newham
  • E17: Upper Walthamstow, Walthamstow, Walthamstow Village, Waltham Forest
  • E18: South Woodford, Woodford, Redbridge
  • SE1: Bankside, Bermondsey, Lambeth, Elephant and Castle, Newington, Southwark
  • SE2: Abbey Wood, Thamesmead, West Heath, Greenwich, Bexley
  • SE3: Blackheath, Kidbrooke, Westcombe Park, Lewisham, Greenwich
  • SE4: Brockley, Crofton Park, St Johns, Lewisham
  • SE5: Camberwell, Denmark Hill, Southwark
  • SE6: Bellingham, Catford, Lewisham
  • SE7: Charlton, Greenwich
  • SE8: Deptford, Lewisham
  • SE9: Eltham, Mottingham, New Eltham, Falconwood, Greenwich, Bexley
  • SE10: Greenwich, Maze Hill
  • SE11: Elephant and Castle, Kennington, Lambeth, Southwark
  • SE12: Grove Park, Lee, Lewisham
  • SE13: Hither Green, Lewisham
  • SE14: New Cross, New Cross Gate, Lewisham
  • SE15: Nunhead, Peckham, Southwark
  • SE16: Rotherhithe, Surrey Quays, Southwark
  • SE17: Elephant and Castle, Newington, Walworth, Southwark
  • SE18: Plumstead, Shooter’s Hill, Woolwich, Greenwich
  • SE19: Upper Norwood, Crystal Palace, Gipsy Hill, Bromley, Croydon, Lambeth
  • SE20: Anerley, Penge, Crystal Palace, Beckenham, Bromley
  • SE21: Dulwich, Southwark
  • SE22: East Dulwich, Southwark
  • SE23: Forest Hill, Honor Oak, Lewisham
  • SE24: Herne Hill, Tulse Hill, Lambeth
  • SE25: Selhurst, South Norwood, Croydon
  • SE26: Crystal Palace, Sydenham, Bromley, Lewisham
  • SE27: Gipsy Hill, Tulse Hill, West Norwood, Lambeth
  • SE28: Thamesmead, Bexley
  • SW1: Belgravia, Knightsbridge, Millbank, Pimlico, St James’s, Westminster
  • SW2: Brixton, Lambeth
  • SW3: Brompton, Chelsea, South Kensington, Kensington and Chelsea
  • SW4: Clapham, Lambeth
  • SW5: Earls Court, South Kensington, Kensington and Chelsea
  • SW6: Fulham, Parsons Green, Sands End, Hammersmith and Fulham
  • SW7: Kensington, South Kensington, Kensington and Chelsea
  • SW8: Nine Elms, Vauxhall, Stockwell, Lambeth, Wandsworth
  • SW9: Brixton, Stockwell, Lambeth
  • SW10: Earls Court, West Brompton, Kensington and Chelsea
  • SW11: Battersea, Wandsworth
  • SW12: Balham, Wandsworth
  • SW13: Barnes, Castelnau, Richmond upon Thames
  • SW14: East Sheen, Mortlake, Richmond upon Thames
  • SW15: Kingston Vale, Putney, Roehampton, Kingston upon Thames, Wandsworth
  • SW16: Norbury, Streatham, Croydon, Lambeth
  • SW17: Tooting, Tooting Bec, Wandsworth
  • SW18: Earlsfield, Wandsworth, Southfields
  • SW19: Southfields, Colliers Wood, Merton Park, South Wimbledon, Wimbledon, Merton
  • SW20: Raynes Park, Wimbledon, Merton
  • BR1: Bromley, Downham, Plaistow
  • BR2: Hayes, Keston, Leaves Green, Southborough, Bromley
  • BR3: Bickley, Bromley Common, Eden Park, Elmers End, Beckenham, Bromley
  • BR4: Coney Hall, West Wickham, Bromley
  • BR5: Petts Wood,St Mary Cray, St Paul’s Cray, Orpington, Ruxley, Bromley
  • BR6: Orpington, Chelsfield, Downe, Goddington, Locksbottom, Pratt’s Bottom, Bromley
  • BR7: Chislehurst, Elmstead, Bromley
  • CR0: Addington, Addiscombe, Beddington, Coombe, Croydon, Forestdale, New Addington, Shirley, Waddon, Woodside, Sutton
  • CR2: Sanderstead, Selsdon, South Croydon, Croydon
  • CR3: Whyteleafe, Croydon
  • CR4: Mitcham, Merton
  • CR5: Coulsdon, Old Coulsdon, Croydon
  • CR7: Thornton Heath, Croydon
  • CR8: Kenley, Purley, Riddlesdown, Croydon
  • DA1: Barnes Cray, Crayford, Bexley
  • DA5: Bexley, Old Bexley
  • DA6: Crook Log, Upton, Bexleyheath, Bexley New Town
  • DA7: Bexleyheath, Bexley New Town, Barnehurst
  • DA8: Colyers, North End, Northumberland Heath, Slade Green, Erith, Bexley
  • DA14: Foots Cray, Ruxley, Longlands, Sidcup
  • DA15: Longlands, Sidcup, Blackfen
  • DA16: Falconwood, Welling, Bexley
  • DA17: Belvedere, Bexley
  • DA18: Erith, Bexley
  • EN1: Enfield Town, Ponders End, Enfield
  • EN2: Enfield Town, Botany Bay, Crews Hill, Bulls Cross, Enfield
  • EN3: Bulls Cross, Brimsdown, Enfield Highway, Enfield Lock, Enfield Wash, Freezywater, Ponders End, Enfield
  • EN4: Cockfosters, East Barnet, Hadley Wood, New Barnet, Barnet, Enfield
  • EN5: Arkley, New Barnet, Chipping Barnet, High Barnet, Monken Hadley, Barnet
  • HA0: Alperton, Sudbury, Wembley, Brent
  • HA1: Sudbury, Harrow, Harrow on the Hill, North Harrow, Brent
  • HA2: North Harrow, South Harrow, West Harrow
  • HA3: Harrow Weald, Kenton, Wealdstone, Belmont, Queensbury, Harrow
  • HA4: Ruislip, South Ruislip, Hillingdon, Eastcote
  • HA5: Hatch End, Pinner, Rayners Lane, Eastcote, Hillingdon
  • HA6: Northwood, Hillingdon
  • HA7: Belmont, Queensbury, Stanmore, Harrow
  • HA8: Burnt Oak, Edgware, Barnet
  • HA9: Preston, Tokyngton, Wembley Park, Wembley, Brent
  • IG1: Ilford, Loxford, Redbridge
  • IG2: Aldborough Hatch, Gants Hill, Newbury Park, Redbridge
  • IG3: Goodmayes, Seven Kings, Redbridge
  • IG4: Redbridge
  • IG6: Barkingside, Redbridge
  • IG7: Chigwell, Hainault, Redbridge
  • IG8: Woodford Green, Redbridge
  • IG11: Barking, Beckton, Creekmouth, Newham, Barking and Dagenham
  • KT1: Hampton Wick, Kingston upon Thames, Norbiton
  • KT2: Kingston upon Thames, Norbiton, Coombe
  • KT3: Motspur Park, New Malden, Kingston upon Thames
  • KT4: Old Malden, worcester Park, Kingston upon Thames, Sutton
  • KT5: Berrylands, Tolworth, Kingston upon Thames
  • KT6: Tolworth, Surbiton, Kingston upon Thames
  • KT9: Chessington, Hook, Malden Rushett, Kingston upon Thames
  • RM1: Romford, Havering
  • RM2: Gidea Park, Gallows Corner, Havering
  • RM3: Gallows Corner, Harold Hill, Harold Park, Harold Wood, Noak Hill, Havering
  • RM4: Noak Hill, Havering-atte-Bower, Havering
  • RM5: Chase Cross, Collier Row, Havering
  • RM6: Chadwell Heath, Marks Gate, Barking and Dagenham
  • RM7: Rush Green, Barking and Dagenham
  • RM8: Becontree Heath, Barking and Dagenham
  • RM9: Becontree, Dagenham, Barking and Dagenham
  • RM10: Dagenham, Barking and Dagenham
  • RM11: Ardleigh Green, Emerson Park, Hornchurch, Havering
  • RM12: Hornchurch, Elm Park, Upminster Bridge, Havering
  • RM13: Rainham, South Hornchurch, Wennington, Havering
  • RM14: Cranham, North Ockendon, Upminster, Havering
  • RM17: Grays
  • SM1: Sutton
  • SM2: Belmont, Sutton
  • SM3: Cheam, Sutton
  • SM4: Lower Morden, Morden, Morden Park, St Helier, Merton
  • SM5: Carshalton, Sutton
  • SM6: Wallington, Beddington, Sutton
  • TN14: Cudham, Bromley
  • TN16: Aperfield, Biggin Hill, Bromley
  • TW1: Eel Pie Island, St Margarets, Strawberry Hill, Twickenham, Richmond upon Thames
  • TW2: Strawberry Hill, Twickenham, Whitton, Richmond upon Thames
  • TW3: Hounslow
  • TW4: Lampton, Hounslow
  • TW5: Cranford, Heston, Hounslow
  • TW6: Heathrow, Hounslow
  • TW7: Isleworth, Osterley, Woodlands, Hounslow
  • TW8: Brentford, Hounslow
  • TW9: Kew, North Sheen, Richmond, Richmond upon Thames
  • TW10: Ham, Petersham, Richmond, Richmond upon Thames
  • TW11: Teddington, Fulwell, Richmond upon Thames
  • TW12: Fulwell, Hampton, Hampton Hill, Richmond upon Thames
  • TW13: Hanworth, Feltham, Hounslow
  • TW14: Feltham, East Bedfont, Hatton, Hounslow
  • UB1: Southall, Ealing
  • UB2: Norwood Green, Southall, Ealing
  • UB3: Harlington, Hayes, Hillingdon
  • UB4: Hayes, Yeading, Hillingdon, Ealing
  • UB5: Northolt, Ealing
  • UB6: Greenford, Perivale, Ealing
  • UB7: Harmondsworth, Longford, Sipson, West Drayton, Yiewsley, Hillingdon
  • UB8: Cowley, Uxbridge, Hillingdon
  • UB9: Harefield, Hillingdon
  • UB10: Ickenham, Hillingdon