Celling down lights overheating? Danger!

Q. What happens when your celling down lights overheat? Danger! A. There is a risk of fire.   On a recent job in Stafford I was called by Mr Cox to find out why his kitchen down lights were tripping the power in the fuse board. I soon realised the 50 watt low voltage down […]

Old fluorescent lights

Saving money on fluorescent lights in your commercial¬†property You can save a lot of money by replacing old fluorescent lights for the new T5 small fluorescent light fittings. All T5 fittings are electronically controlled so no need for starter changes. T5 fittings are smaller, brighter and are around 45% more efficient compared to traditional T12 […]

Office sockets

NICEIC-Approved-contractor

Stafford’s offices need modernising and more versatility When Paul at SIS ( Stafford Industrial Supplies ) asked us to fit out his new office sockets and computer CAT 5 points. there was really only one solution which would offer the ability to alter and change as the business grew. This was of course office trunking, […]

Salon rewire

Salon Bewood new salon After a full salon rewire the client chose to have designer light fittings above the salon chairs, spot lights for highlighting key areas of interest. They also made sure they had enough sockets available at each chair and at the till point. This provides the company with power where they need […]

Domestic Kitchen Electrics

Above is an example of one of our domestic kitchen electrics. We work from full rewires to simply adding new light fittings to extra sockets and/or switches. We rewired Mr & Mrs Jacques’ kitchen in Stafford as they renovated there dream home to the specifications required by them both. This included an upgraded fuse board, […]

Regulations Explained – Part P

I wanted to keep you up to date with current electrical regulations. Starting with Part P. Below is an extract form the Registered Competent Person Electrical website. It explains it all in detail Regulations Explained – Part P : “What is Part P of the Building Regulations? Since 2005, all electrical work in dwellings in England and […]