A Fuse Board is also known to most homeowners in the UK as a ‘Fuse Box’, ‘Consumer Unit’ or ‘Consumer Board’.
Reasons for Fuse Board Replacement
Your fuse board may need replacing for a number of reasons, including:
- Full home rewiring
- Damage to existing fuse board
- Outdated fuse board
- Extra capacity required
- Fuse board relocation
What does the process involve?
We can usually complete fuse board replacement in less than half a day depending on the number of circuits and the level of complexity to the existing wiring arrangements.
Moreover, fuse board replacements can only be Certified by a qualified and registered Electrician.
Fuse board changes must be notified to the Local Authority Building Control. A Building Inspector would normally need to come out to inspect the work, which incurs a fee. However, we are entrusted to certify our own rewires, so a visit from the Building Inspector won’t be needed. We notify Building Control who will then automatically send you a Certificate of Compliance free of charge.
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Electric showers, gravity fed showers, power showers and shower enclosure installation.
Additional radiators, bathroom towel warmers, thermostatic valves, balancing and maintenance.
Our highly skilled electricians have a large amount of experience in replacing fuse boards, both for commercial and domestic properties. We can carry out most electrical work in a single visit, such as fuse board problems, nuisance tripping, blown fuses, RCD faults, oven elements, lighting faults and power faults, helping you save time and money.
Our engineers carry the latest technology and equipment for fuse board fitting. This enables them to issue NICEIC electrical certificates on-site, then email digital copies direct to clients.