Rewiring & New Wiring in South Cerney
Our electricians carry out new wiring and rewiring to homes and commercial premises in and around South Cerney. If a property does require a rewire, our Electricians are the right choice for your rewiring requirements. They are fully trained and qualified up to the highest standards including the ability to test and report on the work of a third party electrician. Whether it is a house, outbuilding or an office. Our electricians provide only the highest level of electrical competency and all are 18th Edition (City & Guilds 2382-18) qualified.
Why would my property need a rewire?
Your property or commercial premises may need a rewire if the wiring is old or is insufficient and no longer meets your needs. The quickest way to check is by looking at the colour of the cables. If you find black coloured cables going to the consumer unit (fuseboard), this shows that the wiring needs to be professionally checked. Modern cables are either white or grey and insulated by a coating of PVC. The old black cables are rubber which over time decay and perish.
An old fuse board also indicates that your electrical installation requires upgrading as there could be metal conduits running to lights and sockets.
Below is a 10 point checklist to see if you need an electrical test or rewire.
- Has your wiring had a check done in the last 10 years by a qualified electrician?
- Does your fuseboard have replaceable fuse wire?
- Do your fuses blow regularly?
- Do you have lights that use twisted old type flex?
- Sockets or plugs – do they also get hot or have burn marks?
- Do you need to use extension leads?
- Do you have flex that is rubber covered?
- Are your cables missing an earth cable?
- Do you also use electrical equipment outside?
- Are you at all concerned about your electrical installation?
If you would like one of our local South Cerney electricians to provide a visual inspection of your electrics or a full EICR (Electrical Installation Condition report) we can provide this for you and advise you of any electrical work that also may or may not be needed.
Wiring Checks for New House Buyers
If you are moving home or purchasing another property we would recommend that a qualified electrician carries out a full EICR to assess and identify the condition of the electrical installation prior to exchange of contracts. We are now commonly finding that when the house survey is being carried out, many surveyors recommend that an electrical report is carried out. This is to ensure that the purchaser knows of any essential required electrical work as soon as possible. In some cases we have also found that where a lot of electrical work is required, the cost of this may has been negotiated against the house purchase price.
New Wiring Installations / House Extensions
Our electricians provide a new wiring installation service in South Cerney. This ranges from one socket, switch or light, to a house extension, or a complete design and installation of the wiring for a new property. No job is too small or too large and our qualified and experienced electricians have a completely flexible approach to working with both the customer and any other trades required. Should the job be of such that Building Control department have involvement, then we will take care of notifying them. We will also provide all of the paperwork requirements to sign off the electrical installation.
External, Garden Lighting & Power
Are you looking to install external, garden lighting and power? Our electricians can provide wiring for garden installations from PIR security lights through to a complete circuit for mood lighting. We can install external sockets for outside power and pumps for water features if you look to install a pond.
Electrical Problems –
If you have an electrical problem and you need an electrician. Whether to just advise you over the phone for something straightforward i.e. resetting an RCD that has tripped. For a more complicated electrical issue, we can also arrange for one of our electricians to visit you to repair the electrical fault.
We can reassure all of our customers that we are fully covered by public liability and professional indemnity insurance. We are also members of the below professional bodies:
– ELECSA operates competent person schemes on behalf of the government to ensure that the contractors you use are technically competent to do the electrical work you want. The scheme relating to electricians is the Part P scheme of which we are a member.
The ELECSA mission is to maintain and promote the best industry practice that underlines the technical integrity of the work that their approved contractors carry out on behalf of their customers every day.
– Trust Mark is a non-profit making organisation, licensed by the Government and supported by consumer protection groups. A firm’s technical skills also have had an independent check done with regular on-site inspections. We signed up to a code of practice that includes insurance, good health and safety practices and good customer care.
By being a part of ELECSA & TRUST MARK, this ensures that we can give all our customers the peace of mind that the professional electrician visiting your home or commercial premises has had an assessment and confirmed as competent to carry out electrical work safely and correctly.
If you have any questions about our electrical services, rewiring & new wiring services or if you would like an quote for your South Cerney property then please do contact Leisa or a member of our team. You can phone us on 01285 643367 or contact us by email email@example.com.
Our South Cerney electricians are here to help with all any electrical advice or work you may need.
Area’s we cover near South Cerney:
Cirencester | Fairford | Bibury | South Cerney | North Cerney | Kemble
Ampney St Peter | Ampney St Mary | Kempsford | Ampney Crucis | Stratton
Siddington | Latton | Cerney Wick | Ewen | Coates | Daglingworth
Duntisbourne Abbots | Rendcomb | Oaksey | Crudwell | Barnsley