A full rewire of an existing property can be disruptive but sometimes is necessary to ensure the electrical installation is safe for use, there is nothing more important than that. Whether to increase safety or to add value to your premises, we promise to leave your property clean and tidy upon completion.
You would normally discover a rewire is necessary for certain reasons, such as:
• Observations and discoveries made by others, possibly while work is being carried out at the property
• Faults occurring due to old wiring, light fittings or sockets
• As a result of an electrical installation condition report/periodic inspection report being carried out on the property
Sometimes you may find that not all of the installation needs rewiring, it may be that a partial rewire of certain faulty circuits and a consumer unit upgrade could bring the installation up to current standards and ensure it is compliant with the current IEE wiring regulations (BS7671). The only way to establish the extent of rewiring needed would be to carry out an electrical installation condition report. We recommend having these reports carried out first to establish the condition of the existing electrical installation in terms of electrical safety.
If a full rewire is required it is best if at all possible to have it done while the property is empty, perhaps before the new property owners move in or when the client is on holiday, but ‘lived in’ rewires are possible too.
The TK3 team will work with you in the event a rewire is needed to ensure it can be completed safely and promptly whatever the circumstances may be.
Our staff have all the necessary qualifications and accreditations needed to work successfully in the commercial sector, that combined with our vital experience will ensure all work is completed to the highest standards.
Why manage your cables?
There are two main functions of cable management solutions; to ensure the protection of cables in application and to guide cables through entry points. Think about your primary cable management requirement.
To maximise operational time of your application and minimise expensive repairs you should look to protect your cables from direct damage. Perfect solutions to protect cables include conduit and strain relief bushes. However, when looking to guide and manage multiple cables you can employ different solutions such as cable ties, clips, cable wraps and grommets. These will help to strategically route cables around your application.
Our Top Tips Guide outlines a number of factors you should consider to help select the right cable management for your application.
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