Using an electrician that is registered with a government-approved scheme has many benefits, here a list of things you’ll get with a registered electrician.
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- WE WILL turn up for our appointments
- WE WILL provide you with a written quote
- WE WILL give you honest advice
- WE WILL treat your property with respect
An Electrical Installation Condition Report or an EICR is a safety check conducted by a Suitably qualified and competent electrician to report on the state of the electrical installation in your home – think of it like a MOT for a building. The main purpose of an EICR is to guarantee the safety of the residents and to ensure they are not susceptible to electrical shocks and/or fires.
A question that's often asked, what is my equipment and what is my electricity providers?
Most accidents involving electricity in the home arise through faults in, or misuse of, domestic appliances or the electrical installation. The most common electrical hazards in the home are electric shock, fire and burns.
These are often caused by:
As the English weather approaches its hottest months, we usually receive lots more enquiries about how to go about installing Hot Tubs in Essex.
It is neither an expensive or messy job to ensure your Hot Tub is wired safely, However, it is paramount to ensure it has been done so for your safety, and the other people using the hot tub! Powering a hot tub in Essex isn’t always as easy as dangling an Extension Lead out of your kitchen window and plugging it in, even if your hot tub comes with a plug on it!
It’s no surprise that the number of people working from home increased in 2020, as the pandemic swept across the country and government restrictions took hold. Makeshift offices in spare bedrooms became the new norm, but as the weeks turned to months, many started to look for something more permanent. Some retreated to their outdoor space, but that left the question for some of getting power to a garden room.
So we Finally get to say goodbye to Shepherdess Road. We have been working a home refurbishment in the London Town of Islington since April 2021. Make Building Solutions, a company we have worked with time and time again, contracted us to fully rewire this 4 story town house in London whilst they gutted the top two floors and converted the house from a 3 bedroom to 4.
Quite A simple rewire, there was no fancy smart home tech. No data to install in various rooms, no WiFi boosters, alarms or CCTV.
Do you find it frustrating that your Wi-Fi signal does not reach all areas of your home? Sometimes, in hard-to-reach areas like basement rooms, garden offices and loft conversions the signal provided by your standard router just won’t cut it reliably. Our engineers at Full Circuit Solutions can ensure that all areas of your property, both inside and out, have a strong, reliable wireless network.
Full Circuit Solutions Rewiring Guide
- How do I know if my house needs rewiring?
- What will happen if I don’t rewire my house?
- Is it expensive to rewire my house?
- Does my house need rewiring every 10 years?
These are all questions we are regularly asked at Full Circuit Solutions, and as a customer it’s not always easy to know when and if you really do need a rewire!
Hopefully we can help answer your questions.
And that’s a wrap. Another first class, Electrical Installation for a new build project completed in Bishops Stortford, Essex.
We were sent the drawings for this project, from an architect we have worked for previously. Back in June of 2020, we were asked to provide a basic cost. We were told it was going to be just a standard installation. A few socket outlets, a few lights and some more bits installed in between. But don’t get carried away, this is just a preliminary cost for tender.