Electrician in Crawley | Copthorne NICEIC registered - Projects.

Single storey extension, West Sussex.

Once again we've teamed up with M&AC Building Services LTD to help produce this kitchen/dining room extension in West Sussex. The client requested LED downlights throughout the new kitchen/diner, WC and pantry which we supplied and installed. A new fuseboard was also installed to protect the dwellings existing wiring to the current safety standards and also to make extra space for new circuits feeding a new induction hob, double oven, kitchen power (including instant hot/boiling water tap), dining area power, kitchen/diner lighting and outside lighting with power to a garden shed. 

Completed June 2016

Two storey extension, Kent.

We worked alongside our associates Urban Building By Design LTD on this domestic extension which required a new electrical installation for the build, plus upgrading of some of the existing within the dwelling. The house gained an extra double bedroom with ensuite bathroom, kids playroom, downstairs WC/shower room and extended kitchen and dining area. We liased with both our client and main contractor to come up with the best possible solutions which included interior and exterior LED lighting, kitchen and bathroom ventilation, new power for an induction hob and double ovens, mains fed smoke and heat alarms and extra TV power/aerial points for future use.

Completed March 2016.

 

Domestic garage build, West Sussex.

A retired couple who worked for many years in the motor trade had an extra garage built on their land, this needed power and lighting to allow them to continue doing smaller jobs within their original field of work. We decided upon installing metal clad sockets and fluorescent lighting with all wiring contained in PVC conduit, a dedicated metal clad RCD protected fuseboard was also included to protect the installation. One side of the new garage created a semi-enclosed courtyard area around their existing patio so we suggested introducing some feature lighting within the soffit of that wall, our clients thought our design idea was suitable and are very happy with the outcome. 

Completed February 2016.

Two Storey Extension, West Sussex.

Our electrical services were required on this extension that houses a new double bedroom with en-suite shower room and a downstairs utility/extra living room. New power was installed in the bedroom for 5 sockets and two electric Velux windows with automated exterior blinds plus an electric towel rail and mirror light with integral shaver point in the en-suite shower room. Downstairs we extended an existing circuit for the new utility/living room to provide extra points for a washing machine, tumble drier, TV and games consoles. Lighting-wise we installed fire rated LED downlights throughout the addition to the property, some fittings being dimmable and some non dimmable for the certain areas our client requested. An 'in line' bathroom extractor fan was also installed for the en-suite as well as new mains fed smoke and heat alarms in the entrance hall, kitchen and landing.

Finally, a new metal clad consumer unit was installed to comply with the latest regulations with dual RDC protection.

Completed February 2016 with our associates M&AC Building Services LTD .

Living Room Extension, Horsham.

This living room extension in Horsham constructed by our associates John Allen Builders LTD required power and lighting, indoors and out. Working alongside both the client and construction team we soon came up with the solutions that fitted the build correctly. Dimmable LED downlights and double sockets with integral USB charging points were installed within the rear extension, whereas on the exterior we fixed 3 outdoor/security lights, 4 soffit dimmable LED feature downlights and an outside double socket. RCD protection was also installed to all the modified circuits where required to meet current regulations and safety standards.

Completed February 2016.

A rear extension to a dwelling in Crawley constructed by our associates M&AC Building Services LTD was designed to house a new kitchen area with bi-fold doors opening out on to the back garden. After an initial meeting with our client we decided upon installing new power for two over counter double sockets, fridge freezer, dishwasher, instant hot water tap, cooker hood, washing machine and an outdoor double socket with all the relevant fused spur isolating points hidden inside the kitchen units. Two new circuits have been allocated to power two built in oven/microwave units plus a kitchen island induction hob. The kitchen island also includes a built in wine cooler and 'pop-up' sockets where contained wiring has been run under the floor. The lighting consists of 9 LED downlights, under-cabinet lighting, kitchen island pentant lighting and an outside light. An extractor fan and mains powered heat alarm have also been included to comply to current building regulations.

Kitchen refurbishment, Domewood. (Work in progress)

Two storey domestic extension, Surrey.

This project comprised of a full rewire to the existing property, plus an installation for 3 new bathrooms, kitchen extension, new bedroom, walk in wardrobe, entrance hallway and downstairs toilet introducing fixed LED downlights throughout. Also feature lighting over the kitchen island and cabinet cornices and new upgraded supplies for a built in double oven/microwave and induction hob. A new metal clad fuseboard was installed to comply with ammendment 3 of the 17th edition wiring regulations alongside new main bonding to the gas service and structural steel. Megaflo boiler system and water underfloor heating was wired along with the reinstatement of an electric garage door. Completed August 2015.

1893 'two up two down' refurbishment, Copthorne.

This refurbishment project comprised of a full rewire to the existing dwelling which incorporated LED lighting throughout. New supplies for an upgraded range cooker, hot tub, shed power and future outdoor kitchen were installed, alongside full wiring for a Megaflo boiler system and water underfloor heating. Home entertainment was also accounted for where multi-room audio and TV cables were hidden in walls and taken back to a 'hub' contained in a cupboard under the stairs, this eliminated any unsightly wiring and equipment that's often associated with AV installations. Completed November 2014.

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