Fuse board testing and installations
A consumer unit is a vital component for distributing electricity evenly and providing power supply to subsidiary circuits throughout your home. Today, all domestic fuse boards must be protected by an RCD for your safety, should an electrical fault occur.
If you’re concerned that your consumer unit is out-of-date and non-compliant with the latest regulations, at Huttie our fully-accredited electricians can supply and install modern consumer units that provide the safety protection necessary, as stated by the 17th Edition wiring regulations.
For any advice and support regarding electrical matters throughout your home, please don’t hesitate to contact our friendly, experienced team, who can specify potential solutions to your problem. Whether you need a brand-new consumer unit to bring an older property up to standard or you’ve just moved in to a new home and you’d like the building’s existing fuse board to be tested thoroughly from the outset, our engineers can ensure everything is working safely and effectively.
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At Huttie, we can provide free, no-obligation quotations for fuse board installations and thorough testing of pre-installed consumer units. The price we quote is the price you’ll pay. When you employ one of our engineers to replace your consumer unit, they will fully test your new installation and issue you with an NICEIC Domestic Electrical Installation Certificate on completion of the works. This may be important if you are a property landlord to demonstrate to tenants that the building’s electrics are compliant with the latest regulations.
Rest assured, our highly-experienced electrical engineers take great pride in their work. We guarantee all our fuseboard installations and maintenance tasks – we’re only satisfied with the state of your home’s electrics once you are. We even offer a 24/7 emergency service in the event of any serious electrical issues, with our engineers on-call and able to provide rapid response to homes across Cambridgeshire and London.