Peeko can provide a full range of new electrical installation services. We have vast experience from a range of projects, including single self-build home projects, new build developments, apartments and commercial to residential conversions. As well as these larger projects, we also undertake installs for new extensions, loft conversions, outbuildings such as sheds, workshops or garden offices & also higher risk domestic installations such as hot tubs and saunas.
When you're looking to extend your property, careful planning of the electrics is key. A lot will depend on the intended usage of the room. A single room intended as a home office will normally require a light fitting and some sockets. A kitchen extension is normally a little more complex, with consideration needed at the design stage for white goods and other appliances, both fixed such as extractor fans and cookers and portable appliances. Multi-room extensions would need major additions to your home's current installation to supply all the power you may need, not to mention satellite/TV points, telephone extension sockets and alarm systems. Depending on the age & condition of your current installation, it may be necessary to upgrade your consumer unit at the same time.
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New Build Electrics
Wiring a home is a tightly regulated project but ultimately one that you'll want to get right first time. Careful consideration must be given to the placing of all lighting points, sockets and switches. If you're fortunate, you may have layout designs from the architect that you are able to use as a starting point. We can help from the very start of the project; you may want help installing a temporary supply long before you've dug a single trench to save on generator rental costs or security issues on unmanned sites. Throughout the project we will communicate with other trades, for example with plumbers to ensure pipework is earthed, boilers are wired correctly and with joiners and plasterers to ensure holes are left in the correct place and back boxes are the correct depth. All new build electrics will need to fully comply with the Part P building regulations, and using members of a competent persons scheme like us will save paying extra fees to building control to certify the work.
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