Our electricians can deal with any problem, undertake electrical test inspections, diagnostics, fault finding, and much more. They are fully qualified to undertake all types of domestic and commercial electrical works ranging from a new plug socket to a complete, or partial, rewiring of your property professionally and efficiently.
Any work on your electrical system must be undertaken by a qualified electrician. Brookcraft Construction electricians are NICEIC approved and work to British Standard BS 7671 to meet installation and safety regulations.
Our London electricians always ensure minimum disruption and that they leave your home or business premises clean and tidy following their visit.
Our electrical services in London
Circuit board installs
Circuit breaker repairs
Complete and partial rewiring
Consumer unit replacements
Door entry systems
Earthing ports and bonding
Electrical fault finding
Fuse box replacements
Portable appliance testing (PAT)
Power shower installations
Testing and inspections
Our registered electricians can install, extend and adapt all parts of your electrical systems, including circuit breakers, circuit boards, earthing ports, bonding within consumer units, fuse boards, structured cabling and transformers. We carry out installations and replacements of new light fittings and switches, and are able to design and install new lighting systems in both domestic and commercial premises.
Once one of our electricians has completed works, they will issue you with an electrical installations certificate to confirm the work complies with the wiring requirements of British Standard BS 7671.
Our NICEIC electricians can carry out test inspections, diagnosis and fault finding on electrical systems and are fully qualified, complying with all the latest requirements and regulations to ensure that your work is done to the highest standard. Using the latest equipment to trace faults enables our electricians to repair faults quickly.
Once the engineer has carried out the inspection they will provide a report detailing any faults and recommendations for remedial works, they can also provide an electrical inspection report for landlords.
An old fusebox is inevitably accompanied by old wiring, neither of which are ideal for the needs of modern living. With an ever-increasing number of appliances and electronic devices in the home, the strain on an older system makes it much less safe than a modern fusebox.
A quick fix is to install a new fusebox, which will be much more sensitive than an older model, tripping out in a fraction of a second and fast enough to prevent electrocution, shutting down a circuit before anything serious happens. Get in touch if you think your home electrics need some attention.