Mr Powers Electrical Ltd carries out partial rewires of properties that don’t require a full rewiring service. We primarily perform such work for domestic customers in Hastings, Eastbourne and the surrounding East Sussex areas, but we have equal proficiency with commercial and industrial clients too. Properties in each of these sectors may only have a single localised fault that simply doesn’t necessitate rewiring the entire system. Likewise, customers and clients may only have the budget to perform a partial rewiring for the time being.
Regardless of the reason, Mr Powers Electrical remains the trusted electrician of choice for Part P and BS 7671-compliant partial rewires in the region.
While partial rewires remain part of the essential maintenance of older properties, they also lay the foundations for brand new living spaces such as house extensions and loft conversions.
Property owners should note that if they intend to add an additional living area within an existing property, the new wiring in that space must comply with the latest Building Regulations. If the wiring in the rest of house hasn’t undergone a servicing in the last 25 to 30 years, it might not have the ability to safely handle the additional loads placed upon it.
In these cases, a full rewiring needs to take place.
In our role as a local electrician, we undertake partial rewiring projects in conjunction with our customers to get a clear understanding of their preferred room layout. For an efficient, cost-effective approach, we encourage property owners in Hastings and the neighbouring areas to divulge as much information as possible at this point. This allows us to place lights, sockets and other electrical items in the appropriate places during the first fix phase. Any changes to lighting, fire safety and security after this stage require time-consuming and costly services.
When it comes to partial rewires, we help to create safe, new lighting and electrical installations that cover every possible angle of use, including futureproofing.
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