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Paul Geoghegan Electrical Contractors Ltd – the smart choice

Paul Geoghegan Electrical Contractors Ltd

If you’re looking for electrical work to be done in your home or business – then look no further than Paul Geoghegan Electrical Contractors Ltd.

From Ballacolla, Paul’s well-established business covers a wide range of sectors, including domestic, agricultural, commercial, education, healthcare and retail.

He built his business up with the help of other local businesses and individuals – and is A proud supporter of his local GAA club, Clough-Ballacolla, and of course Laois GAA.

“We specialise in domestic wiring and electrical installations for new homes, new extensions, rewires and home renovations,” explains Paul. 

Paul Geoghegan Electrical Contractors Ltd

“We have worked on various projects with most leaders in the House Building Industry. 

“We also specialise in agricultural electrical installations of farm buildings, milking parlours, pumps and water systems. 

“We’ve worked with most leaders in the dairy industry such as DeLaval, Dairymaster and Lely on conventional side-by-side parlours, rotary and robotic machines. 

“We ensure the provision of all relevant electrical certificates to ensure compliance with applications for connection to the ESB Network, Farm Grants and Insurance Compliance on completion of works.” 

Paul Geoghegan Electrical Contractors Ltd are fully insured and a fully registered member of Safe Electric assuring all works carried out are in compliance with the current wiring regulations with the provision of relevant certificates.

Paul Geoghegan Electrical Contractors Ltd can be contacted on 087 1205687 or by emailing pgeoghegan@gmail.com.

You can check out Paul Geoghegan Electrical Contractors Ltd on Facebook here. 


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