When you require an electrical job carrying out which is situated in a workplace such as a warehouse, office or any other business premises, you need to take care over what electrician you use to carry out the job.
Unlike households, which falls under building regulation Part P, there are no regulations in the commercial sector. To some extend you are left with nothing more than your own judgement when it comes to selecting a commercial electrician to carry out the electrical work.
What to look for
- 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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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