Expertise in coordinating work on electricity meters
Our position in the industry allows us to easily coordinate metering solutions you need with minimal fuss. We pride ourselves on a fast and efficient turnaround, no matter how big or small the job. That’s why so many of our customers trust us to get the job done.
Our deep understanding and knowledge of the industry allows us to ensure that all of the required work is carried out in the most efficient and cost-effective manner possible. From start to finish, we work with the most capable technicians and correspond with every incumbent statutory body and network provider to ensure we deliver a fully accredited, OFGEM-approved final result.
All work carried out by fully accredited and approved electricity engineers
We only work with accredited engineers, who we trust to deliver and ensure a secure infrastructure for your business or home in order for it to run smoothly for many years to come.
Meter installation specialists
From start to finish, we can oversee every aspect of your electricity meter installation work including:
Meter Installation FAQs
We can’t provide an upfront cost without gaining insight into the complexity of the job. It depends on a number of factors, including:
- The layout and size of your property
- The size of the meter
Get in touch with GEC and we can provide a free, no obligation quote. We will request a plan of your site so our designers can understand your requirements and determine the best price for you and your site.
The short answer is no, as it’s illegal to install a meter unless you’re a registered and qualified technician. Simply get in touch with GEC and we can arrange the whole process for you.
A meter cannot be installed without a registered supplier being agreed upon beforehand. Don’t worry if you don’t have one in mind though, we have strong relationships with suppliers across the board and can help you find one that suits you best.
Our average timescale for an electricity meter is 2-4 weeks for a quote and 6-12 weeks for completion. But the process can take longer if:
- Our experts aren’t in the area during the timescales
- Any traffic management is required
- Payment or signed acceptance is late
- There are emergencies in the area that take priority
- There are reinforcements in the network to accommodate the new load