Full or Part Rewire
An full electrical rewire on a house is usually done about every 25-30 years and it is important to plan ahead so there is enough spare capacity for any future expansion (loft conversion, house extension, etc).
We have a professional team of fully trained and qualified electricians able to carry out an electrical rewire to ensure that your property meets the current electrical safety standards.
Basic checks before considering Full or Partial House Rewire
Signs of damage to socket outlets, switches and lights
Signs of overheating at socket outlets
Limited number of sockets per room
Use of extension leads and socket outlet adapters
Switches and sockets mounted on skirting boards
Rewirable fuses in the fuse box
Common signs of bad electrical wiring
You should be able to tell if a house has been rewired recently by inspecting exposed parts of the wiring and by the electricity meter and fuse box (now known as the consumer unit). You can ask to do this when being shown around a property you are thinking of buying, or by inspecting your home. If there is an old-fashioned-style fuse box, with big white ceramic-style fuses, then the chances are that the property needs completely rewiring.
Before You Consider Full or Partial House Rewire Plan carefully
Rewiring a property is messy, disruptive work. It happens in two stages: first fix, when cables and wiring are installed, and second fix when everything is joined up or made ‘live’, when the front faces of sockets, switches and lights are fitted. Those runs of wires go everywhere: under floors, through walls and across ceilings, so first fix is best done without carpets or furniture, so floorboards can be lifted and ceilings cut into. To position new sockets and switches at legally correct heights, plaster generally needs to be chased into, too.
This is why it’s important to plan what’s going where in each room before starting the first fix stage, so you know where you need lights, plug points and any other electrically driven items. Additions mid-way through are costly and time consuming.
Think about future-proofing
Today we are a super-consuming society hooked on ‘tech’. In terms of electrics, this means mood lighting, surround sound, high-speed Wi-Fi, kitchen gadgets and TVs in the bathroom. Electrical circuits must be up to the job — and you need to plan ahead. Do you want Ethernet cable to every room to ensure uninterrupted Wi-Fi (or perhaps just living spaces and bedrooms)? Will you want speakers in each room or a security system?
Contact Professional Electrician for advise about Full or Partial House Rewire
The best approach to get professional work done is to contact Professional Electrical Contractor for advise and quote regarding your full or partial house require that may be required in your property. Huntingdale Electrical is Electrical Company with years of experience. We are at your disposal, to provide you with competent advise about what rewiring work is necessary to be carried, as well as what can gives you potential savings. Full or partial house require is extensive work and it does require attention by approved electricians