We assess your property properly and provide necessary switches in the right places so you are never forced to walk in the dark.

Some lights might need to have more than one switch, so we can also do two-way, three-way, and four-way switching.

KAD Electricians’ team is here to complete your projects and deal with any installation, repairing, or replacing needed, in accordance with the current national wiring regulations. 

Controlling lights in different locations might be very energy-efficient, but can be costly in terms of installation.

Safety first! When coming on-site, we will disconnect the electricity supply before starting any work.

Any concerns or questions before going ahead?

What factors influence the cost of a light switch installation?
Switches installations are complex and numerous factors will be taken into consideration while working on your quote. Indeed, prices differ if we replace a light switch or light switches like-for-like, if we need to move or add a light switch, it also depends on the number of points of entry, the fact of adding a dimmer, and so on. It’s more economical to replace a number of light switches or plug sockets at once.

What can increase the price of the installation?

Choosing a dimmer switch rather than a conventional light switch will increase the cost. A chrome finish might also add a few extra pounds of the bill.

Why do I need two electricians to perform my switches installation?

As electricity is a very hazardous area, we tend to work in pairs for safety reasons. 

How much does it cost to replace a light switch?

It costs about £75 to replace a light switch like-for-like.

How much does it cost to install a light switch?
To install a new light switch, or move one to a new position, we will charge approximately £150 to £200. This includes all materials, and replastering where necessary. Unlike a straightforward replacement, installing or moving a light switch is more complex. Indeed, it will generaly involve additional wiring, tapping into existing cables, adding a new junction box, cutting into the wall and plasterwork. This explains the price.