• Domestic Electrical Installation
    Domestic Electrical Installation

Domestic Electrical Installation

Burnham Service undertake all aspects of domestic installation, alteration, repair, fault finding, new build and maintenance to Part-P Building Regulations*. Burnham Services are NICEIC registered contractors undertaking work across the whole of the Gloucestershire area, although based in Gloucester we are happy to discuss and undertake contracts in other areas.

As a professional business we strive to complete all work to your total satisfaction, keeping you informed during every phase of your project. If you are experiencing a problem with your electrical system our engineers may be able to assist you over the telephone, so give us a call we are happy to discuss your requirements.

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* What is Part P of the building regulations?

Since 2005, if you're doing work to your home that involves electricity, it needs to be covered by 'Part P' of the Building Regulations. That's the law.

It means whoever is carrying out the work needs to follow rules that make sure the work protects you and your family from fire or electric shock. It's designed to keep you and your family as safe as possible. This applies if you're putting electricity into a new house or extension, or if you're having an existing system adapted or rewired. You can find full details on Part P on the Communities and Local Government website, www.communities.gov.uk.

Our Services Include:

  • Heating Controls
  • Energy efficiency
  • Complete or partial rewire
  • Additional sockets and lights
  • Security / courtesy lighting
  • Fuse-board replacement / upgrade **
  • Shower installation, complete or electrical only
  • Fault finding
  • Testing and inspection
  • Garden lighting and power
  • Intruder / burglar alarm systems
  • Closed circuit camera systems (CCTV)

 

** Rewireable Fuseboards and Consumer Units

If you have a older style re-wireable fuse board it is time to consider replacing for a modern MCB (miniature circuit breaker), RCD (residual current device).

An RCD is a must have device which switches off the electrical supply in a fraction of a second when you receive an electric shock. Providing greater protection than just having fuses and circuit breakers.