Klontian Tegko

Hello, I am a friendly qualified electrician registered with one of the leading bodies (NICEIC) also offering handyman services that primarily aims to provide the highest quality to my customers. After being employed for multiple years I decided that my experience would be more valuable directly to the customer and because of that I am now providing my services as a sole-trader.


  1. Electrical
  2. Handyman
  3. Plastering

About Klontian Tegko

From a very young age (17) my employment has been related to trades. I started as an assistant with my Father's business in Greece doing internal, external and decorative plastering. At that time I realised that a hands-on role such as that one is what I wanted to do and that is what I have been doing since.

In the UK I have been employed as an electrician for the past 3 years. One of my roles has been with MNM property services based in London. During my time with the aforementioned company I was employed as a multi-trader and my responsibilities covered a wide variety of property services. Most of these were electrical maintenance work, electrical installations, painting, decorating and more mainly focused on social housing properties.

After one and half years I decided to continue my career with Building and Handyman Battersea where my skills were increased even more. At this company I had to carry out electrical and handyman work in properties requiring a much higher standard of work. This was a very valuable experience which mainly affected my quality of work leading to outstanding results and very pleased customers. After almost a year at the B & H company I left in order to be self employed and pursue an independent career.

My current projects are sub-contracted council property work as well as other private jobs that have been coming up. Because of the success me and my colleagues have seen during the past months we are now creating our own group "VoltQuote" in order to promote our skills and experience in a more organised way. We will then try to promote small and large scale property services across Greater London.


17th Edition
City and Guilds 2394/5
ECS Card (Ancillary worker)
BTEC Level 3 in Electrical installations (Qualification recognised as the aforementioned by UK Naric, originally obtained in Greece)
Access control and intercom installation
Asbestos Awareness

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