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Electrician Guildford

37 Church Hill Rd, Barnet, EN4 8SY

United Kingdom


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Electrician Guildford

Electrician Guildford can deal with any problem, undertake electrical test inspections, diagnostics, fault finding, and more. They’re fully competent to undertake all kinds of domestic and commercial electrical work out of a brand new plug socket to a complete, or even partial, rewiring of your property professionally and efficiently.

Any work on your electrical system must be undertaken by a professional electrician. All Services 4U electricians are NICEIC Approved and work to British Standard BS 7671 to meet installation and safety regulations.

Our electricians always ensure minimal disruption and they leave your premises clean and tidy following their visit. If you operate or own company premises, please visit our Commercial Electrics page where one can discover more information.

Open all hours

24/7/365. Whatever the problem, we are here for you.

The price is right

Great service at affordable prices

Qualified and experienced

All our engineers are experienced and qualified practitioners.

I need help, quick!

Our response is immediate and strive to be with you within 40 minutes.


24/7 Open

All Services 4 U is a one-stop shop for plumbing, locksmith and security services for households, businesses and housing associations.


  • Lock Change
  • Lock Out
  • Lock Repair
  • Smart Locks
  • Security Survey
  • Security Upgrade
  • Fresh Lock Installation
  • Locks and Keys
  • Safes Locksmith
  • Car and Van Locksmith



  • Emergency assistance.
  • Rewires.
  • Security lights & Burglar alarms.
  • Inspection.
  • Electrical safety reports.
  • Socket installation.
  • Cooker installation/repairs.
  • Shower installation/repairs.
  • Storage heater installation/repairs.

Guildford, ENG

About Guildford, ENG

Guildford ( (listen)) is a town in Surrey, England. It lies 28 miles (45 km) southwest of London on the A3 trunk road between the capital and Portsmouth. As of the 2011 census, the town has a population of about 80,000 and is the seat of the wider Borough of Guildford which had an estimated 147,889 inhabitants in 2018.Guildford has Saxon roots and historians attribute its location to the existence of a gap in the North Downs where the River Wey was forded by the Harrow Way. By AD 978 it was home to an early English Royal Mint. The building of the Wey Navigation and the Basingstoke Canal in the 17th and 18th centuries, respectively, connected Guildford to a network of waterways that aided its prosperity. In the 20th century, the University of Surrey and the Anglican Guildford Cathedral were added.Due to recent development running north from Guildford, and linking to the Woking area, Guildford now officially forms the southwestern tip of the Greater London Built-up Area, as defined by the Office for National Statistics. == History == === Etymology === The root of the first part may be the word 'gold' rather than Guild, a society or meeting of tradesmen: the only known 10th-century (Saxon) record uses Guldeford and in the 11th century Geldeford; both meaning gold and ford. Local historians with an interest in toponyms cite the lack of gold in the region's sedimentary rocks and have suggested that the mention of 'gold' may refer to golden flowers found by the ford itself, or the golden sand; several older sources such as Lewis's topological dictionary of 1848 prefer and give an unreferenced assertion there was a guild. "Gyldeford", or "Geldeford" were mentioned as possessions of Alfred the Great. === Early settlement === Rural Bronze Age pieces have been found in the town.

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Michael Manning

Great service! I couldn't be happier with the service from All Service 4 U Ltd. They were prompt and quick. Very affordable rates and the work done was top notch. I highly recommend them for and locksmith needs.

Bill Javaid

Our heating was not working due to the electrics failing. Luckily for us, Mo the electrician turned up and quickly identified the problem which was water damage to our garden lights. He then went the extra mile to check and secure the rest of the garden lighting to ensure it wouldn’t happen again. I was very pleased with the level of service and professionalism as well as how polite Mo was. I have met a lot of tradesmen recently due to renovating our house and sadly this is rare these days. It is great to see someone who takes pride in their work.

Gavin Mackenzie

Ben is amazing. His work is really beautiful. He cares about the end result, not just getting something to work. He takes time to understand your needs then suggests smart solutions. I realized that the way they charge works to the consumer’s interest because you aren’t paying for things you don’t need. I am very pleased with my installation and you will be too!

Neil May

Jordan was absolutely superb when I locked myself out recently. He arrived quickly, put me at my ease and got me inside my flat in a jiffy. A very pleasant gentleman! It was late at night but I felt totally safe and looked after. Very fair rates too. Thanks Jordan! Highly recommend.

Rick Cooper

The door frame had splintered off, making the latch useless. My wife decided to use this company to fix the problem while I was out. After telling her a completely new latch needed to be installed, we were then invoiced £75 for the latch which, a quick look online shows retails at between £15-25. I understand there's mark-ups, a business needs a profit, but that amount seems scandalous. By my wife's account the man who installed it was very nice and helpful, but at £80 labour for half an hour's work, I should hope so. All-in-all a very overpriced service, look elsewhere.