KG Electrical are pleased to offer our commercial clients installation of electric car charging ports to all types of industries.

A business for the future

Electric vehicles are growing in popularity across the UK, leading to an increasing demand for electric car charging ports. Our engineers have experience working with a wide selection of commercial property owners, building site developers and retail parks and are on hand to help you with your electrical requirements.
Our experience means we are able to work closely with all parties involved in your project, including site managers and utility providers to oversee the whole charging port installation process.

An experienced and professional team

As an award-winning team of contractors, you can be sure you are working with the best. We pride ourselves on exceeding our clients’ expectations and strive to achieve a smooth completion of every task. At every stage of the project we will liaise closely with you ensuring the project is completed on time and within budget.
All our electrical engineers have passed enhanced DBS checks and hold ECS cards, so you can be sure our work will exceed your expectations. They work alongside two experienced project managers and a highly efficient operations manager to ensure your project is delivered on time and within budget. To ensure your complete peace of mind, as a company, we are registered with NAPIT and are CHAS certified.

A reputation for quality

Since 2011, our team has been providing clients across Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Middlesex and North London with a high-quality service. We have built a great reputation across the area and many of our newer customers are recommended to us from clients such as Nationwide Site Services, St Michael’s Manor and Aitchinson Rafferty.

If you are interested in discussing electrical car charging ports or any of our services, please contact our team and we will be happy to discuss the various options available for your business.

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