With many years of experience in the electrical and maintenance sector, AEW Electrical offers electrical repair and testing to customers throughout the local area. The business is based in Edinburgh and specialises in electrical and intruder alarm repairs/modifications. Also, the emphasis is on customer focus and the aim is to compliment their lifestyle so that they will use the services of AEW for future works.
Qualified in the Electrical 17th Edition and Inspecting and Testing. AEW also provides landlord electrical and PAT services for the local Edinburgh area. Please see the AEW Electrical main website for more information. A part of the business is to service repair or upgrade intruder burglar alarms for the Edinburgh area.
AEW Electrical has a growing network based on recommendations from customers who are aware that they need to manage their time and they can utilise the flexibility of AEW to suit their lifestyle. Also as their time at work varies they need to organise work on their property without compromising their free time. As one customer said “It’s so refreshing to get an electrician who turns up when he says he will and at a time that suits my needs”.
The business is run by Andrew White (Andy) who has been involved in the building maintenance environment for over 30 years. He has a strong customer focus and ensures that all customers are satisfied with the services he offers and that they will use them again or recommend them to their peer groups.
The businesses are aimed at customers who expect a good standard of workmanship and good value for money. Also, there is no such thing as a “too small a job” for anyone to be bothered with and the following examples would be :-
1. Repair / replace a faulty light fitting or switch
2. Install a light fitting supplied by the customer.
3. Connect an electric cooker.
4. Electrical fault finding.
5. Intruder alarm repair and modification.
6. Repairs for landlords managing access with the tenant.
I feel AEW Electrical supplies a cost effective competitive service to these franchise electrical companies who in my view have a financial incentive to stretch a job leaving the customer feeling that they did not get value for money.
Last updated: September 17, 2017 at 15:21 pm