Our completed projects range from small urban gardens to large country estates both domestic and commercial. We offer a friendly and professional service, listen to your needs and work together with you to realise the full potential of your outdoor space with minimum disruption.
Garden Lighting in Chesham, Amersham, Beaconsfield and surrounding areas.
Garden Lighting in Amersham
Outdoor Lighting is a very common investment to your home or business. It’s an investment that should be put in the hands of professionals. If your want to get outdoor lighting installed then let our professional electricians in Amersham, Chesham, Beaconsfield and surrounding areas take care of it.
Garden Lighting in Amersham, Chesham, Beaconsfield and surrounding areas is a process of designing and creating detailed plans that work effectively with the landscaping of your garden.
Professionally approached, our team has expert knowledge and experience when using electrics with nature and the outdoors.
Our electricians in Amersham, Chesham, Beaconsfield and surrounding areas understand what products are available and can show a variety of examples of the work we have delivered. From our experience we think it is more important to determine the type of lamps and fittings needed to create the desired effects by talking through your ideas in detail.
Garden Lighting and our Outdoor Lighting Solutions in Amersham, Chesham, Beaconsfield and surrounding areas include:
- Security Lighting
- Low Energy Lighting
- General Outside Electrics
- External Sockets
- Lighting for external buildings
- Garage Lighting
- Shed Lighting
- Garden Lighting in Amersham, Chesham, Beaconsfield and surrounding areas
If you need Garden Lighting in Amersham, Chesham, Beaconsfield and surrounding areas then with Current UK Electrical Ltd you are in very experienced hands.
We are approved NICEIC Qualified Electricians that work in and around Amersham. Contact us for further details
Need garden lighting?
Should the cables be buried in your garden?
Where on display yes the cables should be buried and down to an 18 inch depth with caution tape half way up the trench as a warning to would be diggers. However cables can be on the surface and where they cannot be seen and depth maybe impeded by continuous route systems such as hedge lines they can be strategically threaded down them on the surface. Shallow burying should not occur on 230v armour cable at all and although you can on 12v cable it will only just lead to excessive damage to cable runs over time.
We also offer a laminated wiring diagram to clients highlighting where all cables 230v and 12v are either buried or run, as well as locations of transformers and drivers for future ease of maintenance.