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Design and installation plus maintenance

Hard wired smart options

smart options

Wiremylights connects smart devices to work in unison, delivering a truly intelligent smart home experience that makes life more convenient, safe, and enjoyable.

video doorbell solutions

Welcome Visitors From Your Smartphone With Blink Video Doorbell. HD Video and 2-Way Audio. Answer Your Door From Anywhere.

smart lighting

With Philips Hue smart lights, the Bridge, and the Philips Hue app, you have a smart lighting system that goes far beyond turning on and off your lights.

smart security cameras

Best-in-industry Alexa integration
Continuous recording available
Quick DIY installation of wire-free cams
Low-priced pro monitoring available

automation and smart solutions

solutions that range from smart lighting to home security and your home theatre to voice control.

Using a simple interface and our expert installation, Control 4 can become an integral part of how you live your life.


Wondering what the thermostat is set on, but you really don’t want to get out of bed? Wishing the TV was on in the background while you cook, but you’re already elbow deep in the mixing bowl?

Have no fear — voice-controlled home automation devices are here.

smart heating systems

Essentially, a smart thermostat connects your boiler to your wifi. By linking the two together you can control your home’s heating using a smartphone app whether you’re on the sofa or tucked up in bed.

Modern Office Lighting

LED Kitchen downlights

Home Lighting ideas

Dining Room ideas

How many lumens do I need?

Lumens refer to the amount of light that is radiated, or the lightbulb brightness. Similar to watts, the higher the lumen, the brighter the light. To understand how many lumens you need, you must first find the square footage of the room or area you are trying to light.

To find the square footage, multiply the room's length by the width. We recommend 20 lumens per square foot for most rooms, but please see our table to see how many lumens you need for every room in your home. However, if you have extra-dark rooms or dark wall panelling, we recommend adding an additional 10 lumens per square foot.

Remember that the total number of lumens can be spread across a few different light fixtures throughout the room. One light fixture doesn't have to handle all the lumens required to light your space.

RoomLumens recommended
per square foot
Living rooms and
Kitchens and dinning
Design and installation plus maintenance

Outdoor lighting installation & maintenance

Our network insures we offer one of the largest selection of premium and budget range outdoor lighting products available today in the UK.
From Copper, Brass, Teak or 316 Stainless Steel to high quality Anodised or Powder Coated Aluminium finishes. Suitable for domestic lighting right through to commercial and public sector lighting applications.

We are customer focused and like to offer a high quality professional approach to Exterior Lighting. We have over 17 years experience in outdoor office or domestic lighting. We can assist with design and can supply outdoor lighting in all market sectors.

Our range of outdoor lighting have been specially selected for their quality and individuality. Our customers demand the very best quality for their outdoor garden lighting products as well as a professional high quality service.

Garden lighting

We provide a complete end to end lighting service from design right through to completion and maintenance.

bollard lights

Our LED bollard lights provide a practical and elegant solution to lighting driveways, gardens, paths and perimeters. Our installation will improve night-time safety and security

Control all devices and systems in your home

Smart automated lighting and devices

Your space

Set the right mood with expert lighting installation

Suitable lighting solutions are key for the living room. Lighting therefore needs to fulfill varying requirements.

The right level of brightness, a high-quality finish and a stylish authentic design.

We aim to offer the best answer based or your specific lighting requirements taking into account your application, taste and budget.

The advantages of smart properties

Smart bulbs can make part of that dream a reality in your home.

You can set up schedules and daily routines to automate your light usage. For example, if you get up at seven every morning, you can instruct the smart bulbs in your bathroom and kitchen to turn on at this time. 

You can also tell all the lights in the house to turn off at a specific time, such as when you leave for work or when it's time for bed.

Manage your energy savings remotely

Of course, the most significant advantage of smart lighting is that it gives you the capability to manage your lighting remotely. 

For many of us, this means not having to get out of bed to turn the bedroom light off or being able to dim the lights using voice commands. 

However, this can also be an important feature for people with mobility challenges.

Set different behavioral times

This ability to manage your lighting remotely is also an essential safety feature. 

For example, when you're out of town, you can set up a schedule for your smart lights to go on and off during the times when you usually use them. 

This makes it harder for potential burglars to tell if you're home or not and may protect you from potential break-ins.

Change the ID of the room

One of the more fun features of smart lighting is that you can control the bulb's colour from your phone. 

Not only can you decide if you want your lighting to be warmer or cooler in tone, but you can turn your room purple or green if you like. 

These colour-changing bulbs can actually have a profound benefit, especially for people fighting insomnia.

24 hour service available

Landlord & proprietors lighting maintenance

Before we install

This service is only available to book on lighting products within the UK
We're unable to offer this service to all postcodes. please contact us
Please make sure that you have the correct bulbs before our installers arrive, as they don't keep a stock of them.

If the light is for outdoors or for the bathroom you'll need to check the IP (Ingress Protection) rating.

The higher the rating, the more protected it is, and for outdoor or bathroom lighting you need a minimum IP44 rating

What has changed?

As part of the government’s plans, halogen light bulbs are now banned. Additionally, fluorescent light bulbs are also phased out and will no longer be sold from September 2023.

The UK has been phasing out the sales of higher-energy halogen light bulbs since 2018, Under EU-wide rules this will continue despite Brexit.

The eventual plan is that LED lights will account for 85% of all bulbs sold by 2030.

What’s more, light bulbs will carry ‘rescaled’ energy labels on their boxes in an effort to simplify how energy efficiency is shown. Rather than the A+, A++, A+++ ratings, the new scale will be from A-G instead.

Additional information

All our installers are NICEIC-trained (National Inspection Council for Electrical Installation Contracting).
Domestic lighting installation service excludes over 4 meters high.

For safety we'll need to switch off the mains power at the consumer board; this may mean you need to reset timers and so on once we've finished the work. (Sorry, but we're not liable for products on other circuits that fail to work once power is reconnected).

We're unable to install on circuits with rubber or lead-sheathed wiring, or on any surface which represents a health and safety risk for the installers.

What can businesses & landlords do with current lighting changes?

It would be sensible and prudent to begin making the change from halogen light bulbs to low-energy light bulbs now. While high-energy fluorescent light bulbs will not be phased out until 2023, you may want to act early to save on hassle at a later date.

Lighting is a very important part of a rental property. But one that may be ignored or neglected. In light of these changes, it’s important that landlords get their rental properties up to speed.

The lighting changes form part of the government’s wider strategy to improve the energy efficiency and green credentials of the UK’s housing stock.


Electrical inspection condition report (eicr)

Need an Electrical Installation Condition Reports? (EICR)

Fixed Wire Testing, also known as an Electrical Installation Condition Report (EICR), checks that your electrical installations or circuits conform to the latest wiring regulations, in order to ensure you are compliant with relevant workplace safety legislation.

The frequency of testing is specified in the latest version of the IET Wiring Regulations (currently BS7671:2018) and is determined by;

The type of installation
How often it is used
The external influences or environment to which the electrical installation is exposed.
For many commercial businesses, an EICR, which used to be called a periodic testing report, will be required at the lowest frequency interval – every 5 Years. However, higher risk environments will require 3 Yearly or even more frequent testing.

It should be noted that all stated periods are maximum intervals. Deterioration of the installation may indicate a need to reduce the interval between testing.

5 Year Fixed Wire Testing
Most standard workplace environments need an Electrical Installation Condition Report to be produced at least every 5 years. However, there should be regular routine inspections conducted at least annually.

Typical workplaces which require 5 Yearly Fixed Wire Testing include:

Commercial spaces such as offices and retail outlets

  • Commercial spaces such as offices and retail outlets
  • Hotels and restaurants (excluding spa hotels)
  • Schools, colleges and universities
  • Laboratories
  • Community centres, churches and public houses
  • Care homes and hospitals (excluding medical locations)
  • Halls of residence, houses of multiple occupancy

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3 Year or 1 Year Fixed Wire Testing
Environments which, for example, are exposed to moisture, dust, extreme temperatures or which are open to the general public constitute a higher risk and therefore require more frequent testing. These workplaces require testing every 1 -3 years, with more frequent routine inspections also required.

Typical workplaces or environments which require 3 or 1 year Fixed Wire Testing

  • Spa hotels and leisure centres – 3 years
  • Industrial Units – 3 years
  • Theatres and places of public entertainment – 3 years
  • Caravans – 3 years
  • Cinemas – 1 year (front of house), 3 years (back of house)
  • Agricultural or horticultural establishments – 3 years
  • Medical locations in hospitals or clinics – 1 year
  • Swimming pools and saunas – 1 year
  • Caravan Parks and Marinas – 1 year
  • Fish Farms, Laundrettes, Petrol Stations – 1 year

Hospitality industry

The hospitality industry has been one of the hardest hit sectors by COVID-19.

It is now trying to recover and rebuild its volume of business as it was pre-pandemic.

Latest technology trends in guest management, automation and energy efficiency may be its best ally.

Hotels and gyms

Hotels and gyms that make use of the latest technologies benefit not only of their guests, but also their owners.

This in turn has an effect on the cities in which they are located thanks to improved sustainability practices at a local level; with an economic boost for the hospitality industry and the technology sector in the area and tourism promotion.

Home & business

EV charging solutions

Home EV Charging

With electric vehicles (EVs) becoming increasingly popular in the UK, more drivers are learning how electric car chargers work than ever before.

Unlike fuelling a petrol or diesel car, drivers have more to consider when using an electric car chargepoint, such as different connectors, compatibility with their EV, and different charging rates.

This may seem complicated, but in reality, it’s actually quite easy once you get to grips with it.

EV charging for businesses

Workplace charge points.

The EV infrastructure for staff and fleets, helps small and medium sized businesses install the infrastructure they need for charge points.

The EV charge point for landlords, helps with installation for anyone renting, leasing or managing a commercial property.

Charger choice

Chat with our experts and choose the right EV charger for you, from our best-in-class range.

Simple surveys

Select the best option for your survey – do it yourself, do it together or we’ll do it for you.

Expert install

We install throughout the UK with an in-house compliance team ensuring quality.

Great value

Our generous installation packages include more as standard with no hidden costs down the road.

Expert partner

With the government's ban on the sale of petrol and diesel cars in 2035, your business may be looking at how you can move to an electric fleet or simply provide charging points for your customers and staff.

With 57% of Britons considering EV's for their next vehicle purchase1 installing electric car chargers could be good for your net zero targets as well as boosting revenue.

As your expert partner, we'll design an electric vehicle charging solution around your business needs, whether it's charge point infrastructure for your workplace, or home charge points for your vehicle fleet, we'll support on everything from grant applications to operational training.

Smart electric vehicle charging at home

Whether you've recently bought an electric vehicle or you're thinking of making a purchase in the future, we're here to help you discover why now is a great time to make the switch to electric vehicles.

Charging your car at home is the way to go for a simple plug-in and go solution and with the technology of electric cars improving all the time - especially battery capacity - you can help us reach net zero by investing in an electric car.

Plug in with our home charge points, installed with a 3 year product and workmanship warranty.

Save energy, lower your bills and reduce your carbon footprint.

Money saving efficient homes & businesses

Energy-efficient lighting

If you want to learn how to make smarter lighting choices and even understand the current EU rulings on light bulbs, we can help with some energy-efficient enlightenment.

Smart meter

Whether you're searching for new heaters or just looking for ways to make your heating system more efficient, we've got all the advice you'll need to keep your home toasty while also saving money.

Energy-saving appliances

Find out how to improve the efficiency of your appliances or, if you're ready to replace them, discover which EPC rating gives the most energy-efficient performance.

Smart phone control

Our electricians will be able to install systems and configure it to your hub. This gives you smart remote control and money saving control

Energy efficiency

Reduce energy bills

Our energy efficiency solutions aims to help UK homes and business become low-carbon. You can achieve energy efficiency through simple behaviour changes and upgrading to more energy-efficient solutions.

Install smart sockets and use automated off options

You can save around £55 a year just by remembering to turn your appliances off standby mode.
Almost all electrical appliances can be turned off at the plug without upsetting their programming. You may want to think about getting a standby saver or smart switch which allows you to turn appliances off.
Check the instructions for any appliances you aren’t sure about. Some satellite and digital TV recorders may need to be left plugged in so they can keep track of any programmes you want to record.
Find out which appliances use most energy in your home.

Install smart draught-proof windows and doors

Unless your home is very new, you will lose some heat through draughts around doors and windows, gaps around the floor, or through the chimney.
Professional draught-proofing of windows, doors and blocking cracks in floors and skirting boards can cost around £250, but it can save around £90 a year on energy bills. DIY draught proofing can be much cheaper.
Find out more about reducing home heat loss.

Install smart switches and avoid turning off lights

Turn your lights off when you’re not using them or when you leave a room. This will save you around £20 a year on your annual energy bills.
Replacing all the lights in your home with LED bulbs could help you save even more.

Install smart sockets and avoid being careful with your washing

You can save around £27 a year from your energy bill just by using your washing machine more carefully:
Use your washing machine on a 30-degree cycle instead of higher temperatures.
Reduce your washing machine use by one run per week for a year.

Install smart sockets and avoid being careful with  your tumble dryer

Avoid using a tumble dryer for your clothes: dry clothes on racks inside where possible or outside in warmer weather to save £55 a year.

Spend less time in the shower - smart shower 

Keeping your shower time to just 4 minutes could save a typical household £65 a year on their energy bills.

Swap your bath for a shower

Some of us might enjoy a long soak in the bath, but swapping just one bath a week with a 4-minute shower could save you £14 a year on your energy bills.
Find out how saving water at home can help your wallet and the environment.

Install smart sockets in the kitchen

Kettles are one of the most used appliances in the kitchen. But many of us will admit that we at least occasionally boil the kettle with more water than we’re going to use.
Avoid overfilling the kettle and save yourself £14 a year on your electricity bill.

Install smart sockets and avoid being careful with dishwasher

Only run your dishwasher when it is full to reduce the amount of water you use. Reducing your dishwasher use by one run per week for a year could save you £18 per year.

Top up the insulation

Effective insulation of your hot water cylinder is important: even if you have thin spray foam or a loose 25mm jacket, you can benefit from increasing the insulation to a British Standard Jacket 80mm thick, saving £45 a year in the process.
Insulating your water tank, pipes and radiators is a quick and easy way to save money on your bills.

Add amazing options, hdmi ports, usb ports, additional sockets & other options

Home entertainment installation

Smart tv quick and affordable service

tv installation
tv mounting is our passion. we love it.
our totally brilliant engineers use the latest fixing technology to ensure perfect results every time.

Hide those wires
we'll hide those wires in any location.
a brand new tv needs a beautiful finish so we can totally hide those ugly wires regardless of location.

Add amazing options
hdmi ports & other options are available.
hdmi. 4k ports. soundbar mounting. ethernet cabling. audio input ports. speaker set-up.

text us for more info

hard wired solutions

Video doorbell & cctv security

Including App setup

Wired Video Doorbells & security

Our team can wire Video Doorbells with non-stop power for non-stop peace of mind. Whether you want to supply power using your existing doorbell wiring or your existing lighting circuit we are here to help. Plus step by step app setup

App support and installation

Smart security

Smart security here, there, everywhere.

We can wire your outdoor cameras with lights.
Upgrade your outdoor protection with a smart Security Camera equipped with motion-activated floodlights and siren.

electrical service

Outdoor Siren

Ring Outdoor Siren - Setup and installed

The Ring Alarm Outdoor Siren is designed to alert anyone passing by and deter intruders. You can add the Outdoor Siren to your Ring Alarm and when it's triggered, it will sound a loud 100dB+ siren and flash a red strobe LED light to help you get help fast.

Outdoor Siren

Delivery and design

Online bathroom lighting store

(electrical installation and materials included)

Once purchased details of location and installation date(s) will be agreed.

Our technicians aim for installation within 7 days 

Electrical installation  
& delivery included throughout the UK

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