Grand Designs Lighting Supplier

In 2013 we got the chance to work with a Grand Designs project, we supplied all the electrics and lighting on this job, and really enjoyed the challenge. The budget as always was tight as was the time frame but the customers were over the moon with our service and prices. Here is the hand written testimonial they wrote for us after the job.

Working with Fraser and his Team at Ablectrics

“Nowadays, more and more people use online shopping. We read the reviews and then we buy. We did too for a lot of the goods we needed for our house, but for our electrical items, we wanted to choose a local shop with a showroom, for the simple reason that we wanted to see the products before we bought them. After looking around for a while, we found this shop “Ablectrics” on Gloucester Road in Bristol. If you are not familiar with the very latest in lighting design and technology, then choosing your lighting can be tricky, especially if you need to order in large quantity like we did.

There are thousands of products on the market: LED, Fluorescent, different watts, warm, neutral, cold lighting, design, material, purpose, size, colour, waterproof qualities – the list is endless and it can take quite a long time to decide. Fraser, one of the managers at Ablectrics helped us to cut through all that. By asking the right questions, he honed in very quickly to what we were looking for, some of which we didn’t even know existed! He spent the first hour in their showroom, telling us all about LEDs, how much energy we could save and what the latest technology had to offer.

He spoke with a passion and an authority that was reassuring, rather than off-putting, and he gave us a lot of helpful advice about how to make the most of our limited budget. Ablectrics were also very good about taking back products that ended up not being incorporated into our final design.

This face-to-face service was not only enjoyable, it also saved us a great deal of time and effort and we very much appreciate the interaction with Fraser and his team.”