Commercial Electrical Installations In Edinburgh
Ideal Electrical Solutions (UK) Ltd provide commercial electrical solutions throughout Edinburgh and Scotland. We are a multi award winning company, leaders in innovation and development giving our commercial clients the very best in both service and performance.
Our commercial electricians are fully qualified & insured, and with our Edinburgh office team, Ideal will provide you with consistent & reliable back up on all projects. Would you like your business to work with Scotland’s most successful Electrical Contractors.
Companies we work with:
Commercial Electricians in Edinburgh
We offer a range of services in Scotland to upkeep all your maintenance, repairs, and renovations for your business premises.
We provide our Commercial clients with a priority service and understand the nature of business privacy and work together with the client and the business to complete works to avoid any delay or disruptions to productivity.
IES are trusted commercial electricians & electrical contractors in Edinburgh.
Facility Management (FM)
If you are a property owner who has not had certification done or a business seeking to comply with regulations, we provide a one-stop solution for all your maintenance needs
If you are a property owner who has not had certification done or a business seeking to comply with regulations, we provide a one-stop solution for all your maintenance needs.
Keep your Edinburgh property legally compliant and ensure it is safe for your tenants by conducting mandatory tests.
EV Charger Installation
Do you need an Electric Vehicle charger installed for your home or your commercial premises in Edinburgh?
Recent projects with some of the UKs largest brands.
The University of Edinburgh
Designed by Stanec Ashen and Allen Archtects, the 4-storey centre will offer scientists and students access to seminar and exhibition spaces, a café and courtyard as well as a dedicated in lab double-height “collaboration zone”.
Awarding Marshall Brown (Windows) Ltd the curtain walling package was an easy decision for main contractor Balfour Beatty. Having them involved made the design, supply and installation process seamless and thanks to their expertise and professionalism the glazing element of the project was delivered on time and in full.
Balfour Beatty won the single stage tender to build the new Centre of Tissue Regeneration and Repair at the University of Edinburgh’s new biomedical campus. The new building will form part of their new institute for Regeneration and Repair, which will be home to over 500 researchers.
Leonardo Hotels aim is to create & develop unique high end hotels with their own character and clear links to their locations. Daniel Roger, MD for Leonardo Hotels outlines the group vision that the new Royal Hotel is aiming to appeal to both leisure guests, given its location near to tram and train stops, as well as Edinburgh’s ever-growing corporate and business tourism market.
Leonardo Hotel Group’s successful Great Britain market entry with Leonardo Hotel London Heathrow Airport in March 2015, the next step in its European expansion is a takeover in the capital of Scotland, Edinburgh.
New to the portfolio is the Leonardo Hotel Edinburgh City Center, a popular, centrally located city hotel with 282 rooms in Edinburgh Haymarket.
Heart of Midlothian
After Hearts was formed in 1874, the club played at sites in the Meadows, Powburn and Powderhall. Hearts first moved to the Gorgie area, in the west of Edinburgh, in 1881. This pitch, known as “Tynecastle Park” or “Old Tynecastle”, stood on the site of the present-day Wardlaw Street and Wardlaw Terrace.
In the 1980s, incremental improvements were made to the stadium, including the conversion of various terraces into seating areas, however it took until 1994 for major redevelopment works to begin.
Works started with the construction of the Wheatfield Stand in 1994, and continued with the construction of another two new stands at both ends. Works were completed in 1997.
2016 plans for a new main stand were presented. Construction began during the 2016/17 season and was completed in November 2017, raising capacity from 17,400 seats to over 20,000 seats.
Why Choose IES?
Ideal Electrical Solution (UK) Ltd is more than just an electrical company. By choosing IES, clients not only invest in the best electrical solutions but also in a relationship built on integrity, excellence, and a relentless pursuit of customer satisfaction.
For more information or to schedule a consultation, contact us today!
4-5 Parsons Green Terrace
Recent commercial reviews
We do a lot of commercial work, some of our latest reviews are below
Having used the Ideal for several years, both in a domestic & commercial basis I have had nothing but complete satisfaction. Very professional & very well priced. Thanks guys.
Commercial Landlord, Edinburgh
Ideal have just completed a 3 weeks project to upgrade around 350 light fittings and bulbs in commercial premises to LED along with other bits and pieces. This included works at 14m high ceiling , new circuit, replacement of smoke detectors, outdoor flood lights, emergency lights, downlighters, office and corridor light fittings. Over the 3 weeks project various electricians have worked on the premises, I can say they have been professional and their work has been excellent. The project was completed on time and to cost. Very happy with the service and I have invited them to quote us for further works needed.
Ideal Electrical completed light fittings in our new shop & college. The service was extremely professional and excellent value for the level of service we received. I would highly recommend them for any type of commercial project.
Glam Candy, Scotland
Here are some of the questions we are most freqeuntly asked.
Yes, you must have a valid EICR for renting out your residential property in Scotland.
Yes, landlords need to undertake PAT tests for appliances.
Yes, fully qualified electricians can work in domestic, commercial and industrial electrical contracting roles.
A Commercial EICR must be conducted by a qualified electrician who will inspect and test the electrical systems.
Yes, all electrical work should be certified after completion.
The frequency of emergency light testing may vary depending on specific systems, we can give you guidance when you contact us. As a general recommendation, it is advisable to have your emergency light systems tested on a monthly basis, with an annual ‘full duration’ test.