A blackout can come unexpectedly, so it's important to be prepared!

Creating an emergency plan ahead of time will help you feel secure if the power ever goes out. 💡

  •  Assess the situation: First, it is important to determine whether or not the blackout is localized to just your house, or if it is part of a larger area. Check with neighbors to see if their electricity is off as well.  
  • Have an emergency plan in place: Establish an emergency plan for what to do in case of a blackout. Gather flashlights, battery-powered radios, and a charged cell phone. Keep important phone numbers written down in a visible place in case of emergency. 
  • Minimize risk: Turn off all electrical appliances in order to prevent possible power surges when the electricity is restored. Also, turn off any heating systems and unplug unnecessary items.
  • Follow blackout protocol: If you live in an apartment building, it is important to follow blackout protocol. Check to see if your building has any rules that need to be followed, such as exiting the building or finding alternative sources of power. 
  • Keep calm: Remain calm and follow all safety protocols during a blackout. Avoid going outside in dangerous conditions and try to keep all family members and pets together in a single safe location. 
  • Prepare to evacuate: Have an evacuation plan in place if the situation requires you to leave the premises. Make sure that you have all of your important documents, a cell phone charger and enough clothing to last for a few days.  
  • Have an alternate source of power: Invest in a portable generator, alternative lighting and other sources of power such as candles and rechargeable battery-powered lamps. This way, you will be able to maintain essential services even during a blackout. 
  • Stay informed: Monitor your local news and power companies in order to stay updated on the latest news and power restoration updates. 

We install and design:

  • All types of interior lighting including spotlights
  • Exterior security lighting
  • Garden landscape lighting
  • Power supply to equipment 
  • Electric cookers/ induction ovens
  • Cooker hoods
  • Extractor fans
  • Ventilation systems
  • Sockets/USB sockets. 
  • External sockets. 
  • Underfloor heating. 

All of the above can be installed and integrated with a smart automation system.  
We are currently subcontracted by Tower Hamlets to carry out upgrades to existing social housing. 

Our female electrical installer has:

C&G in electrical installation level 3

Inspection and Testing level 3

C&G 17th edition HND in Quantity Surveying

C&G Auto Cad

  • Less
  • Key Products
  • Conditional report
  • Rewire
  • Key Services
  • External lighting
  • Fuse board install
  • Induction cooker install
  • Inspection & testing


Experienced Electrician

Top Quality Work

DBS Checked Female