Marden in Kent
For the domestic customer we can provide a full electrical contractor service, From extensions and re-wires to extra lights or repairs, we offer a full domestic service at competitive rates.
All full works will comply with the BS7671 regulations and include new wiring and fittings, new consumer unit including MCBs and RCD. All relevant bonding to BS7671 regulations. A full estimate will be supplied with full certificate on completion.
Electrical inspection & Testing
- New installations
- New light fittings
- Low voltage lighting
- New shower circuits
- Domestic electrician
- New cooker circuits
- Outside lights/sockets
- Extra sockets
- Wiring outside sheds/workshops
- Kitchen rewires
- Modernise consumer units
- Update Earth Bonding
- Lighting faults
- Power faults
- Immersion heaters
- Fuse board problems
- Low voltage lights fault
- Checks after flood
- Fuses blown – tripping
- RCD faults
Your fuse-board is probably the most important part of your electrics. We are experts in replacing fuse-boards, and our experienced electricians will be able to select the best one for you.
Light up your garden, and give it some sparkle. Not only will it have a nice appearance, but it will also be safer. We have plenty of experience installing lighting for gardens, patios, and building exteriors. If you are not sure what you want, we can make suggestions to help you decide.
Commercial Electrician in Kent
We understand all aspects of commercial installation work, from the addition of a single socket through to complete, complex projects. All work is carried out to the latest edition of the Institution of Electrical Engineers regulations for the use of Electrical Equipment in buildings.,
Services include design, installation, maintenance and testing of:
- Switch gear
- Lighting systems
- Fire alarms
- Portable appliance testing (PAT)
- Load checks
Lighting & Emergency lighting
From lamp replacements through to complete design specification and installation, we offer the complete solution.
- Lamp replacement
- Control gear replacement
- Transformer replacement
- Regular cleaning
- Exterior lighting
- Specialist lighting
- Maintenance programmes
- Preventative maintenance
Emergency light Testing
In addition, we will assist you by installing and maintaining emergency lighting systems, we will check that your existing installations comply with any changes in requirements that may be imposed from time to time by keeping detailed records of your installations and arranging for regular inspections to be undertaken in accordance with BS 5266, the Code of Practice for emergency lighting of premises
Inspection & Testing
Why inspect and test an electrical installation?
Periodic inspection and testing is necessary because all electrical Installations deteriorate due to a number of factors such as damage, Wear, tear, corrosion, excessive electrical loading, ageing and Environmental influences.
Periodic inspections are the formally recognized way of assessing an existing installation.
Inspection & Testing Label
Additionally, periodic inspection and testing should be considered:
To assess compliance with BS 7671 (IEE wiring regulations)On a change of occupancy of the premises On a change of use of the premisesAfter an alterations or additions to the original installationBecause of any significant change in the electrical loading of the installationWhere there is reason to believe that damage may have been caused to the installation.
Where diagrams, charts or tables are not available, a degree of exploratory work is normally necessary so that inspection and testing can be carried out safely and effectively.
A survey may be necessary to identify switchgear, controlgear, and the circuits they control.
Formal inspection and testing should only be undertaken by someone competent to do such work, such as an Approved Contractor. Formal inspection and testing should be more frequent where the risk is found to be greater, for instance where the installation is very old, where damage is regularly found during inspections, etc.
Landlords and Tenants
A landlord is required to provide a tenant with an electrical installation in good condition.
Landlords should ensure that the electrical installation is safe to use. The Landlord and Tenant Act 1985 requires landlords to ensure the electrical installation is safe when the tenancy begins, and that it is maintained in a safe condition throughout that tenancy.
The landlord should maintain the installation in a condition suitable for the use intended, and ensure that repairs are undertaken by a competent person. A tenant has a duty to ensure that those parts of the installation that are his or her responsibility are maintained in a safe condition, and to ensure that repairs are carried out only by a competent person.