Electrician Luton 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.
About Luton, ENG
Luton ( (listen)) is a town, borough and unitary authority situated in Bedfordshire, south east England, but in the East of England region for administrative purposes. It has a population of 213,052 (mid-2019 est.) and is one of the most populous towns without city status in the United Kingdom. It is also the most populous town in Bedfordshire. The town is situated on the River Lea, about 30 miles (50 km) north-northwest of London. The town's foundation dates to the sixth century as a Saxon outpost on the River Lea, from which Luton derives its name. Luton is recorded in the Domesday Book as Loitone and Lintone and one of the largest churches in Bedfordshire, St Mary's Church, was built in the 12th century. There are local museums which explore Luton's history in Wardown Park and Stockwood Park.Luton was for many years famous for hatmaking, and also had a large Vauxhall Motors factory. Car production at the plant began in 1905 and continued until the plant's closure in 2002. Production of commercial vehicles continues, and the head office of Vauxhall Motors was for many years in the town, but has now relocated in 2019 to the village of Chalton, Bedfordshire on the northern border of the Borough of Luton. London Luton Airport opened in 1938, and is now one of Britain's major airports, with three railway stations also in the town.