New Fuse Boards in South East London
Our expert team at Bristone Electrical recommend that you check your fuse board to see how old it is and upgrade to a modern 17th edition consumer unit.
Old-style fuse boards in many homes are now outdated, and will offer you little to no protection against electrocution. Obviously, the safety aspect of this will be of concern to you, especially if you have young children running around your home.
There are good reasons why you should want to upgrade your outdated fuse board, not least for the safety aspect to your family. Not only will a replacement give you a greater level of safety, you will also be improving your home’s electrical efficiency.
17th edition consumer units are fitted with a residual-current device (RCD) that provides additional protection to your property. The in-built circuit breakers will also give extra protection to each single circuit you have in your home – this is especially useful should you suffer an electrical surge.
Call in a specialist
When you need to upgrade your fuse board, you should put this job into the hands of trusted professionals. Bristone Electrical engineers are all fully qualified to City and Guilds Level 2&3, NVQ level 3 and hold City and Guilds Level 3 Inspection and Testing. All the staff are members of JIB/ECS and have current and up-to-date JIB GOLD cards. We are also CRB checked and vetted. All these qualifications can be verified via the ECS website.
We can fit your home with a brand-new consumer unit that meets with all current British standards. Our team of experienced electrical engineers will begin with giving your home electrical system a proper inspection to ensure that you are fitted with an appropriate consumer unit. We will also advise you of any extra electrical works that may be needed before installation to ensure that all of your home wiring meets with current regulations.
All new consumer unit installations are performed to current British standards. Our expert team can also rewire existing fuse boards and upgrade their components with new residual-current devices and circuit breakers. We may need to carry out extra work in accordance with current regulations (BS7671) and Part P certifications. This my include:
- Full testing and inspection (Part P)
- Upgrade of the main earthing conductor
- Upgrade of the main protective conductor
- Upgrade of the main tails
Why not contact our friendly team of electrical engineers today to discuss your needs. We are here to help!