Electricians in Brighton, Hove and Sussex: Wireman Ltd.
Electrical Re-Wiring Brighton, Hove, Worthing and Surrounding Areas
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Electrical Re-Wiring
Electrical re-wiring in Brighton

Wireman will offer you a free no obligation, competitive quote.
We provide you with all the possibilities that you may need in your property so that there are no extras upon completion.

Wireman will do anything ranging from a full rewire to a selection of small alterations & repairs. Whatever your needs, large or small, we can do it all. Please browse our web site and see what amazing things we could do to your home or office. We go the extra mile so you don’t have too.

Electrical rewiring involves the replacement of old, dangerous or non-compliant electrical equipment, eg; cables, fittings, distribution boards, etc. This work can vary from a full rewire replacing all cables, fittings, distribution equipment, etc with the cables chased into the walls & completely hidden to a surface rewire where the cables are hidden in mini trunking fitted onto the surface of the walls.

A part rewire may be the replacement of a section of the installation or just the updating of the fuseboxes, fittings or cables to upgrade an installation to the current regulations. Fuse Board Upgrades We can provide a free quotation to replace existing rewireable fuseboards with Consumer Units containing Miniature Circuit Breakers (MCBs) & Residual Current Devices (RCDs). These consumer units have built-in 30mA protection for the use of electrical equipment outdoors & easily re-set circuit breakers giving safe & accurate protection of circuits.
Miniature Circuit Breakers MCBs are mechanical switches that incorporate thermal & magnetic short circuit protection giving accurate & fast disconnection in the case of a fault. Unlike fuse wires they can be reset without the need of tools. Residual Current Devices - RCDs are earth fault safety trips that monitor the whole installation or individual circuit for earth leakage currents. In a healthy circuit, phase & neutral currents are balanced. If an earth fault occurs (e.g.: faulty kettle element) the fault current imbalances the phase & neutral current, which is then detected by the RCD & it quickly isolates the fault. RCDs protect against fire as fault currents remain low, they are also essential for use with outdoor equipment.

We can advise which type & sensitivity of RCD you require. Bonding Main/Supplementary - Main & supplementary equipotential bonding is required to limit any voltage between simultaneously accessible exposed conductive & extraneous conductive parts.

An exposed conductive part (Metal case of electric heater, kettle, toaster, etc) An extraneous conductive part (Taps, shower fittings & metal pipes for gas & water) Supplementary Equipotential Bonding is required in bath & shower rooms where the risk of an electric shock is high due to moisture & low body resistance.

Bonding comprises of conductors being attached with suitable clamps to water & gas service pipes where they enter the building & to ensure all metallic equipment in rooms of high shock risk (eg bathrooms) is at the same potential. BS7671/IEE Wiring Regulations are set out to ensure safe & reliable electrical installations.




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