Home-working isn’t new, but it’s something that 2020 and 2021 have encouraged a lot of business owners and management to seriously consider. Having demonstrated savings in travel, office space, and efficiency, we’ve opened our minds to the possibilities of converting our unused outbuildings, or outside spaces that are crying out for an out-building kit. But how do you ensure your new outside space provides all of the conveniences, gadgets, connectivity, and safety you’d expect from inside your main building?
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Like intruder alarms and CCTV systems, there is a multitude of fire alarm systems and accessories available to help protect your business premises and all who frequent them. Stator Electrical Solutions supplies and installs an array of smoke, heat and fire detectors, as well as audible and visual alarm units. We also support clients throughout the lifespan of their system, ensuring their optimal efficiency and reliability through testing, servicing and maintenance services.
Like all businesses throughout the UK, those across the wider Derby, Nottingham, Mansfield, and Chesterfield area must demonstrate that they comply with an array of electrical regulations. Compliance to regulations not only satisfies the law, but tells all those who use buildings, electrical items, and equipment that a business is responsible, professional, and caring.
So What Legislation Should My Business Comply With?
If you’re looking for an experienced, reliable and trustworthy team of electricians for your Shop, Office or Commercial Premises, Nottingham based Stator Electrical are here to help.
Not all commercial electricians are qualified or have extensive experience of carrying out electrical work in shops, offices, schools, warehouses or industrial premises, so it’s important you choose a company that does.
Hopefully I’ve got you in time. You see, I’ve just been on holiday and I’ve seen some of the awful electrical work that’s around, and I wanted to let you know about Electrical Safety On Holiday
I’ve had many bad experiences with electrics abroad.
Just last year in Egypt I realised I needed a shave – I was treating the family to a nice dinner, and wanted to spruce myself up a little. Anyway, I plugged the electric shaver in and left the room to head back to the pool.
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