Just as you need a set of house plans to show the builder where the windows, doors and walls need to be built, the electrician will need an electrical plan to specify where each power point, light and switch is to be located. The electrical wiring plan guides the electrician in laying sufficient wiring throughout the ceiling and walls to meet the electrical infrastructure needs of the home. The electrical plan is usually developed by the builder in conjunction with the electrician and the home owner. Once the internal walls are built, the electrician will fit all the points, switches, and lights in accordance with the plan, before connecting the system to the main electrical supply.
According to Brian Parslow the Principal electrician at MRE Electrical Group, renovations to existing homes require some different considerations. Prior to undertaking any work, the electrician will inspect the building. They will develop their own plan to undertake the work requested by the customer, whilst ensuring the electrical services (home or workplace) are completed with careful consideration of the existing wiring and electrical infrastructure. That ensures any new services being added will operate correctly and wont pose potential fire or hazard risks. There is no use installing an additional 20 power points and 30 lights if the existing 40-year-old wiring won’t cope with the extra load. In such cases, an upgrade to the existing infrastructure may be required before the new work can be connected.
Finding any electrician to install new services is easy. But it’s important to select a business that will undertake the work to your satisfaction, and work appropriately with the infrastructure currently installed in your home, office or commercial premises.
Whether it is Residential, Construction or Maintenance services, Brian Parslow and the team are the answer.
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