Our team is fully accredited, with over 20 years of experience in the electrical industry.
Electrical Consumer Unit Installation
The consumer unit, also known as the fuse board, is the main control centre for a home’s electricity. It is placed at the point in which the electricity supply enters the property from the electricity meter.
While often left unconsidered, the fuse board plays a vital role in keeping your home safe. Not only do they protect against electric shock and electrical fires, but also prevents connections from overheating.
Heath Electrical Services specialise in both the repair and replacement of consumer units. Replacement is particularly recommended if your property still has a plastic unit. While plastic units are not illegal, modern metal clad is considerably safer. During the electrical consumer unit installation, a member of our accredited team will complete a thorough inspection of the unit and all associated switchgear. They will check the current positioning of boards to ensure that it does not pose any dangers. For example, opting to place units under wooden stairs come alongside high fire risks, so will be moved to a safer location in the property. It can then be determined whether your home would be best suited to a fully loaded, main switch or high integrity consumer unit.
Why Choose Us
Same Day service
Heath Electrical Services aim to keep disruption to daily operations at a minimum. All jobs will be completed based on your schedule, with same-day appointments available if necessary.
Here to Help
With over 20 years of experience, our team has built extensive knowledge on an array of topics. They can share their expertise if you need advice on a particular service.
We take an honest approach to electrical services, providing affordable prices with no hidden fees. Please feel free to contact us if you would like a quotation.
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