Whether its an emergency or a planned repair, our qualified electricians are ready to find the fault and repair the electrics around your home or office. We replace lighting, fit electric sockets, install appliances, provide fault finding, replace fuses and fuseboards.
Our electricians are qualified and NICEIC approved and this means that they will find and repair your fault quickly and diligently. Call on 07516 686426. ELECTRICAL FAULT FINDING - We are highly experenced in electrical fault finding, diagnosis and repair. If your lights have fused, your fusebox has cut out or you're sitting in the dark - give us a call and we'll send an electrician to sort out.
What we can do
- Replace or repair light switches
- Replace or repair dimmer switches
- Repair a light fitting
- Replace a junction box
- Fault finding on electric wiring
- Repair or replace Economy 7 controllers
- Install extractor fans
- Repair extractor fans
- Install electric wall heaters
- Install fused spurs
- Install garden lighting
- Lighting circuit installations
- Security light installations
- Installing additional power points
- Electrical inspections
- Electrical inspections and reports
- Fault finding electrical shorts
- Electrical and wiring repairs
Ideally you will have a Periodic Inspection Report (PIR) on your property to determine it's condition. If you don't have one then we can provide a Periodic Inspection Report for your home or work place.
Your electrical system will deteriate over time. Most of the time, if you're lucky, you've moved on and the next owner deals with the electrical problems! But if you're the unlucky one, then we provide full house rewires.
What to look for
The electrical system consists of cables, light fittings, cooker cables, switches, sockets and a fuseboard or RCD unit. There are several signs that an electrician will look for to indicate the age of your electrical system and whether your property needs rewiring. For example, if you have a cable that is coated in black rubber - it's old. Black rubber casing was phased out in the 1960s.
A cable coated in lead or fabric is even older. Modern cables use PVC insulation. Other signs that you've got an old system: A fusebox with a wooden back, cast iron switches - look nice but they are old, more than one circuit box, round pin sockets, round light switches and electric sockets installed into skirting boards. And if you have a wall mounted light switch in bathroom, you may want to replace that whether you have the whole house rewired or not!