Current Electrical Projects

We are currently working on a few ongoing projects.
  • Installing a new inverter drive system for a large commercial ventilation project
  • Wiring a barn conversion
  • Installing electrical supplies, data cabling and fibre optics for a new comms room
  • Wiring a refurbished commercial building which has been changed into flats
  • We are working on a large garden landscaping project, providing lighting, outdoor sockets and supplies for outbuildings and a large pond
  • 2 domestic rewires
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Busy Weekend On Call

This weekend, we have had one of our busiest with regard to callouts from new customers. With five in total, made up of two restaurants, two Landlords and a homeowner we have been kept busy and had some interesting issues to deal with.   The fist call came on Saturday around lunch time. A Chinese restaurant in Nottingham had suffered a fault within the kitchen general socket outlets circuit. The restaurant had customers booked in and most of the cooking appliances were plugged in to sockets on this circuit.

Electrcal jobs: Some of our tips for anyone thinking of having work done.


Most job prices should include testing and certification.

Electrical work is generally more straightforward in new houses where existing wiring and fittings already meet regulations. It can be more costly and time-consuming to carry out electrical work in older buildings.

Job: replace light fitting

Chocolate Fountain Repair

Stator Electrical have recently been involved with several Chocolate Fountain repairs and some ongoing maintenance. We have changed belts, thermostats, switches also completed motor rewinds and replaced a faulty motor with a brand new unit. Having worked with many buffet style restaurants across Nottingham, Derby and The Midlands we now have an established supply chain with the manufacturer of the most common fountains in use - Buffet Enhancements International, Inc.

Free Download - Electrical Safety In The Home

Anyone who has ever had a problem with the electrics in their home or business would most likely admit that the first thing they do is panic, then probably worry about the costs of hiring an electrician to come and solve the problem.   This handy download, whilst not making anyone into an electrician, may just help you to protect yourself and your family from electric shock, and to safely reset the electricity supply, or check for small problems before calling out an electrician.   The download is accessed by entering your name and email address into this form: (We take your privacy seriously

LED Lighting Installations - Offices - Board Room

We have been installing more LED lighting, this time in a Board Room, at an office in Chesterfield. [caption id="attachment_2786" align="aligncenter" width="300"]Installers of LED Light fittings in Offices Modular 600mm Square LED Panel Light Fittings - Installed[/caption] This installation was a retrofit, direct replacement for the existing modular flu

Do your Fuses or Circuit Breakers Trip?

If your fuses, circuit breakers or RCD's trip or operate and need to be reset regularly or even occasionally, this is often a sign of something more serious going on with your electrics. [gallery columns="4" ids="2775,2774,2772,2773"] Many householders and businesses think that the only reason for having circuit breakers as opposed to fuses is that it's easier to reset them if and when they trip.

Be Careful When Drilling Your Walls

When you need to hang a picture, fix shelves or attach anything to the walls in your home or workplace, consider the possibility of any electrical cables being buried in the wall where you intend to drill or knock in nails FIRST. We are regularly called out to properties where the owner, or a tradesman carrying out some work has drilled through a cable as shown here: [caption id="attachment_2740" align="alignleft" width="300"]Electrical Cable Drilled

LED Lighting Test Report

We were given some sample LED light fittings to try out and take some readings from recently.LED Panel Office Lighting Through our previous work, we already knew a lot about LED lighting, and the claims of the manufacturers, but sometimes, as we all know, manufacturers who are looking to sell a product can exaggerate or emb