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Consumer Unit Replacements

An example of a new consumer unit installation. This contains RCBO devices protecting each circuit. Expensive but far more flexible.

An older example of a Split-Load Consumer unit.

This unit would not comply with current wiring standards that require rcd protection on all circuits if cables are buried less than 50mm deep in walls ( very often the case in domestic premises ).

Re-wireable Fuse Consumer Unit

Does your fuse box look like this ? Its time to be considering a replacement.

Inspection & Testing

PAT testing and EICR reports can be carried out.

Installations

From a simple extra socket to a re-wire, NA Electrical are competative and flexible.

PART P

What is Part P ? Does it apply to the work I require carrying out ?

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Electrical regulations Part P update expected in 2013

The Government has published its intent to deregulate the Building Regulations Part P and restrict it’s application by removing the requirement to notify smaller-scale, lower-risk electrical work to a building control body. Currently homeowners can face building control fees of upwards of £240 to have simple electrical work, such as an additional plug socket in a kitchen, approved by a local authority. This change will see the notification requirements focused on higher-risk jobs like the installation of new circuits, or work in the vicinity of showers and baths, which is the right approach. There will, of course, remain a duty for these non-notifiable works to comply with the safety provisions required by the regulations.

They have also announced an intent to bring forward further regulations later next year that will introduce an alternative route to demonstrating compliance with part P by allowing for third-party certification of electrical work to provide a cheaper way of verifying work is adequate—particularly for those carrying out DIY work.

NA Electrical is an accepted member of the National Association of Professional Inspectors and Testers

and has been placed on the FULL SCOPE PART P Register for Approved Installers.

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