How much does and electrician charge?

How much does an electrician charge per day or per hour?

Asked by Laura on 14th Jun 2023
Expert Trade Answers
"Between £50 to £60 an hour and between £350 to £450 per day plus materials.

If it's a large job then you may be asked to pay for all the materials up front and then pay in stages over the course of the job"
Answered on 14th Jun 2023 - Member since Feb 2023 - report
"Between £40-60 per hour and £270-400 per day this is usually for a domestic electrician"
Answered on 29th Jun 2023 - Member since Jun 2023 - report
"Between £200-£400 or £50-£60. All depends on the scope of works needs doing."
Answered on 14th Jun 2023 - Member since Jun 2023 - report
"It varies, inside/outside London. Sole traders normally £250-£350 per day and £50=£60 per hour and limited companies £350-£450 per day and £65-£80 per hour. Then VAT on top. Everyone is different depending how big the company is and overheads."
Answered on 12th Jul 2023 - Member since Apr 2023 - report
"Depends on the job. A good guide on pricing can be found on the checkatrade website."
Answered on 24th Jun 2023 - Member since Dec 2020 - report
"Depends on location of country,
South west area your looking at £30 per hour or £240 per day."
Answered on 16th Jun 2023 - Member since Mar 2023 - report

we charge £70.00 + vat for the 1st hour, then £25.00 + vat for every 1/2h our there after"
Answered on 14th Jun 2023 - Member since Dec 2022 - report
"This fully depends on your area and job at hand. Materials are also an additional cost. Anywhere up-to £60 per hour for a skilled electrician who is competent to complete the work, at a reasonable price."
Answered on 25th Jun 2023 - Member since Jun 2023 - report
"Approximately £50 per hour and £350 - £400 per day + materials

Or depending on the works required then a fixed price quotation may be given

Also the costing will vary depending on location"
Answered on 14th Jun 2023 - Member since Apr 2023 - report
"40 £- 60£ hour and 230£-250£ a day it depend on the type of job as well"
Answered on 2nd Jul 2023 - Member since May 2023 - report
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