We cover all domestic electrical works – commercial contracts can and will be considered. 

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Fuseboard Upgrades 

Earth Bonding 

Electrical Alterations 

Smoke Alarms 

Full/Partial Rewires 

PAT Testing 


Kitchen Electrics 

Garden Electrics 

Loft Electrics 

Garage/Outbuilding Electrics 

Testing, Inspecting, Condition Reports & Certification 

Electrical Car-Charging Ports / Stations 

 Do You need to upgrade your fuse box? 

When your home has a proper working electrical panel, the home is in excellent shape. Your home’s electrical service panel contains a series of circuit breakers and fuses that control all the electrical components in your home. Much like other appliances in your home, even your electrical system is prone to malfunction. Here are 6 signs to look out for that indicate you may need to upgrade your fuse box. 
1. Faulty Wiring Issues 
Faulty wiring is one of the leading causes of residential fires in the United States. If a home has faulty wiring, there is a significant increase in likeliness of fire. Older wiring may not meet code and wire insulation and other materials tend to deteriorate over the course of time. Some of these warning indicators of faulty wiring include: 
Flickering or dimming lights 
Slight shock or tingling sensation when touching appliances 
Constant burning smell 
Sparking or discolored power outlets 
If you notice any of these signs, it would be wise to contact a professional electrician. 
2. Installing New Large Appliances  
If you are installing large appliances in your home, especially one that requires large amounts of energy, you should check your electrical panel and fuse box. The panel may not be able to handle the amount of power to keep these appliances running. These appliances include refrigerators, hot tubs, air conditioner, and other large devices. 
Electrical panels provide fairly wide amounts of power amps, ranging from 100-400 amps. If your amps do not meet your electrical consumption needs, your circuit breakers will trip any time you try to turn on the hot tub or air conditioner. 
3. Replacing Fuses With Circuit Breakers  
Fuses and circuit breakers perform the same essential functions. They prevent short-circuiting or overloading of electrical currents that is attached to any electrical devices. Fuses, however, are one-time use and are color-coded depending on their capacity. When they detect that a current is running at too high of a level, the fuse will combust and melt, creating an interruption of electrical flow. Older homes typically divide amperage amounts amongst four or so fuses within a home. Circuit breakers simply have to be reset. 
Fuses are somewhat outdated in relation to the modern age. Contact a professional as soon as possible. 
4. Blown Fuses  
Mid-century fuse boxes were designed with a 60-amp capacity. Modern homes use three times more amperage than the outdated predecessor. Individuals and families have more electronic devices such as laptops, blow dryers and more televisions in the past number of decades. Because of this, there is a larger draw on electrical systems. Because of this, archaic fuses are more prone to overload. If your home has frequently blown fuses, you should upgrade your system 
5. Constant Use Of Extension Cords 
While extension cords can be beneficial in certain scenarios, an over-reliance on them could be dangerous. Most extension cords are intended for temporary use rather than extended usage. 
In addition to being a tripping hazard, electrical wires are usually kept in or against walls for a purpose, a protected system of wiring leads to less wear and tear. Wires that are left strewn across your living room floor can get shorted or pinched leading to damaged outlets. Constant use of these extension cords is not ideal. Contact your local electrician to install more outlets. 
6. You Are Upgrading Your Home Or Other Appliances 
If you are expanding your home, remodelling or installing new appliances, this might be the ideal time for upgrading your electrical panel. If you are installing any new appliances, you will need to upgrade your panel. 
In any of these cases, it is ideal that your upgrade your system for safety purposes. Take this into consideration. About 51,000 house fires a year are caused by improper and malfunctioning electrical panels, so it would be wise to contact an electrician as soon as possible. 




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