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Welcome to our gallery. Here are some examples of recent work carried out: you'll find a slideshow with a short description of the job underneath.

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Fault finding and consumer unit upgrade in Sheffield

The original consumer unit

The original position of the consumer unit and metering equipment

Part way through the new installation..

The finished installation

The (almost) finished consumer unit

We received an electrical emergency callout to this lady's property after she was having trouble in Sheffield losing electrical power constantly. We quickly determined her RCD was faulty (only one in the board). She also expressed an interest in adding some new circuits in the near future; the board was full to the brim. Finally, access to the board and the metering equipment was very awkward - her DNO refused to fit a smart meter in its current position.

We carried out a consumer unit upgrade at the property, extended the original cabling and arrange for the metering equipment to be moved to a more accessible position. Adding RCD protection in line with 18th Edition regulations to circuits which had previously had none also required a bit of fault finding on some existing circuits. The new board has RCBO and surge protection for extra safety, and can be easily expanded in the future.

Commercial condition report and consumer unit upgrade in Stockport

The original consumer unit

Beginning the extension of original cabling

Finished cable joints

The new, finished unit

Labels and circuit schedule provided to the customer

The church asked us to attend and complete a condition report to satisfy requirements for their insurance policy.

There were a number of faults found with the installation and so it was decided that the best course of action would be to upgrade and relocate the consumer unit.

Switching protective devices from C-type MCBs to B-type RCBOs helped to clear the majority of faults found.

It also brought the installation in line with 18th edition regulations with regards to RCD protection being required on the majority of circuits.

Problem with the lights in Meltham

The original consumer unit

Beginning the extension of original cabling

Finished cable joints

The new, finished unit

Labels and circuit schedule provided to the customer

What happens if the lights won't come on in your house? You can call Heritage Emergency Electricians in Yorkshire!

This customer had a problem with blown fuses at his property in Meltham. We identified rodent damage on some of the cabling, and rewired his downstairs lighting circuit.

We did this using a wireless light switch solution to avoid a messy rewire situation.

You can check out our full blog post on this job here.