Electrician Paddington W2

Paddington Electrical Response, Get In Touch 24/7


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Experience & Qualified Electricians

Electrician Paddington’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 Paddington W2

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: Spring Street, Paddington W2 3RA

Working in the vicinity of Hyde Park Stables – Horse Riding Central London

Paddington is a district located in the west of central London, in the postal holding a light fittingcode area W2. The name Paddington is believed to have originated from the medieval name “Padda’s dun”, which means Padda’s hill. The area was predominantly rural until the 19th century when the construction of the Grand Union Canal, the Paddington Basin, and the Great Western Railway Station spurred significant development in the area. In the 19th century, Paddington became known as a transportation hub, with the arrival of the Great Western Railway and the construction of Paddington Station. This led to an influx of wealthier residents and the construction of grand terraced houses and garden squares. During the 20th century, Paddington underwent significant changes. The area suffered extensive damage during World War II, and many of its historic buildings were destroyed. However, the post-war period saw the construction of new buildings, including the iconic brutalist-style tower blocks, notably the Trellick Tower and the Balfron Tower.