Commercial / Industrial 
Baldwin and Bleakley Electrical Services is a specialist electrical contracting company with a main contractor’s capability. 
Since 1977 we have been carrying out work in the industrial and commercial sectors; able to provide the complete service from design through to installation and on-going planned and reactive maintenance. 
 
Typically we are employed as a sub-contractor to the principle contractor or directly by facilities management companies or premises managers on planned maintenance, refurbishment or new build projects up-to a value of £350,000. We believe in offering our clients a responsive, trouble free service, giving impartial advice and installing the best quality value for money equipment. 
Our clients include ... 
Diocese of London 
Herts County Council 
Welwyn and Hatfield Council 
Abbots Langley Parish Council 
The London Borough of Hackney 
Watford Football Club 
Herts Partnership NHS Trust 
Borras Construction Ltd 
T&B Contractors Ltd 
Mouchel 
Mace 
British Union Conference 
Abbeyfield Society 
Schools 
Baldwin & Bleakley Electrical Services Ltd. have provided services to many Schools and Educations establishments in the public and private sector over the years and have an extensive knowledge of the high standards and requirements expected from a continually changing industry. We are able to provide you with a complete service from design to completion and peace of mind knowing that we have in place safeguarding policies and DBS checks on all of our staff. 
Just some of the school that are benefitting from our services are 
Alban Wood Primary School Watford 
Divine Saviour School Abbots Langley 
Goffs School Cheshunt 
Kingsway Infants School Watford 
Knutsford School Watford 
Leavesden Green JMI School Leavesden, Watford 
Nascot Wood Jnr School Watford 
Northwood College Northwood 
Radlett Prep School Radlett 
St Clement Danes School Chorleywood 
St Michaels RC School Garston 
Watford Boys Grammar School Watford 
Watford Girls Grammar School Watford 
Churches / Places of Worship 
For in excess of 20 years Baldwin & Bleakley Electrical Services have carried out work directly for Churches and places of Worship for all faiths, working regularly for and completing many projects for the Diocese of London. 
 
We know how important the church is to the local community with many buildings being of historical and architectural significance. 
 
We therefore take every care to make sure our work, particularly with regard to the wiring system is complementary to the architectural style and has as little visual impact as possible. 
 
We can offer you a complete service from the addition of a socket or a fixed wiring test and inspection to large scale internal and external lighting projects designed to enhance and improve your place of worship. 
Baldwin & Bleakley have been our “go to” electrical contractor for a number of years as they are extremely responsive, always survey and accurately quote for works and deliver on time and budget. They comfortably fulfil a rigorous pre-engagement check and, as part of a bigger organisation, The Girls Day School Trust, Baldwin & Bleakley have been successful in tendering for large refurbishment works across the company and deliver to a high standard. The workforce is directly employed, wear standardised and easily recognisable work-wear and are always polite, courteous and well presented. 
 
Mr R Cottrell (Facilities Manager), Northwood College for Girls, Middx 
March 2017 
We have used Baldwin & Bleakley for over 30years; they always give excellent service, high quality of workmanship and most important – reliable. 
 
Mr G Peter (Estate Manager) 
Micklefield Hall, Sarratt, Herts 
March 2017 
Just wanted to say it was a pleasure having Michael over here last week. Good to see somebody still cares about his work. 
 
Mr Emberton 
National Lock & Safe, Watford, Herts 
October 2016 
Just a quick line to thank you for all of your hard work on the heating panel. We really appreciate your care and attention to detail. 
 
Mr P Lambert (Site Manager) 
Redbourn Infants School, Redbourn 
January 2017 
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