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NLT Electrical

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Sectors

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About NLT

Industrial and Residential Electrical Services

Based in Tamworth, Staffordshire, we’re a team of trained engineers, electricians and office-based professionals, providing clients with a wide range of one-off and long-term electrical services.

Find out more about us and our skilled team today.

Portfolio

With combined industry experience of over thirty years, we’ve tackled a variety of projects over the years – from providing home-based solutions to full-scale university contracts.
17/10/2019
Client: Brick Manufacturer

L.E.D Lighting Upgrades

We recently undertook an LED refit job with one of the UK's leading brick manufacturers.

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Clients

We’re proud to have a wide variety of national clients on our books, ranging from SMEs to large manufacturing clients.

News

In a continually evolving architectural landscape, it’s important for us to keep ahead of the curve, to ensure we’re continually keeping up with our client’s demands. Read the latest industry news on our blog today:
Powering innovation in partnership with Birmingham City University
4/03/20
As the electric vehicle revolution is set to gather pace in the coming years, it’s becoming more apparent that we need to get creative in…
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Ten fun and interesting facts about electric vehicles
27/02/20
You’re probably hearing more about electric cars, seeing more EV charging points popping up and may have your own opinions on their positives and negatives…
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Electric cars – are you set for the switch?
27/02/20
In the aftermath of the government’s revelation that new petrol, diesel and hybrid cars will be banned from 2035 and possibly as early as 2032,…
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