Electrician Horton SL3

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Experience & Qualified Electricians

Electrician Stanwell’s team of electricians is based in West London and is fully qualified to the highest standards. We keep regular checks while training the engineers with the latest regulations and products which are available in the market while keeping Health & Safety procedures in mind at all times. 

24/7 Emergency Callout

Emergencies repairs work is carried out on Storage Heaters, Hot Water Immersion Heaters, Access Control & Intercom, Electrical Heating, External & Internal Lighting, Garden Lighting, Electric Showers, Fuse Box Replacements and more… We aim to arrive in 30-60 minutes, and are available 24 hours a day.

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Emergency Electrician Stanwell SL3

If you’re experiencing power loss and your electricity stopped working, you have no lighting or power at your home, our trusted and trained electricians are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Address: Stanwell Road, Horton SL3 9PA

Working in the vicinity of

Horton is a commonly used village name in England that has Old English origins. The name comes from the words “horu” meaning dirt and “tūn” meaning settlement, farm, or estate, which suggests that it refers to a farm on muddy soil. The Domesday Book recorded the village’s name as Hortune in 1086, and the Horton Manor, which was held by Walter son of Other, was assessed at 10 hides. In 1974, Horton was moved from Buckinghamshire to Berkshire. The Colne Brook runs through the Horton parish, and it flows into the River Thames from the River Colne. The village has two nearby railway stations, with Wraysbury station being the closest to its southern end and Sunnymeads station being the closest to its western end. Heathrow airport is situated to the east of Horton. Additionally, the village boasts a local nature reserve, the Arthur Jacob Nature Reserve.