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Experience & Qualified ElectriciansElectrician Pinner’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.
Emergency Electrician Pinner HA5If 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.
Pinner is a historic hamlet located in the London Borough of Harrow, in northwest London. Its name is derived from the Old English words “Pinn” meaning “hill” and “ora” meaning “slope”, suggesting that it was a settlement on a hill. The town is centred around the 14th-century St. John the Baptist Church, which was originally a chapel of ease to St. Mary’s Church in Harrow. The oldest surviving private dwelling in the town, East End Farm Cottage, dates back to the late 15th century. Pinner’s economy was originally based on agriculture, and the town was known for its cherry orchards and market gardens. In the 18th and 19th centuries, it became a popular destination for wealthy Londoners looking for a rural retreat. Many large houses and villas were built during this period, and some of them still survive today. During the 20th century, Pinner became a more suburban area, with new housing developments and improved transport links. The town’s historic character has been preserved, however, and many of its old buildings and landmarks can still be seen today. Today, Pinner is a vibrant community with a range of amenities, including shops, restaurants, and cultural attractions such as the Pinner Village Show, an annual festival celebrating the town’s history and culture. The town also boasts a number of green spaces, including Pinner Memorial Park and the ancient Pinner Hill Golf Club, which dates back to the 1920s.