Electrical rewiring: Your home may need to be rewired, either partially or fully, if electrical circuits or power points need to be replaced. This tends to be more common in older buildings or properties poorly wired during construction.
Electrical repairs: From time to time, the electrical outlets in your home such as power points and wiring will need to be repaired. Any repairs of your electrical system should be undertaken by a licensed electrician, which Tom is.
Safety switches: These protect you and your family from power surges, faulty appliances and damaged wiring. The safety switch works by monitoring the flow of electricity through a circuit and trip when the electrical current escapes from the system.
Lighting: If you need lights installed or repaired in your home or commercial premises, a licensed electrician can help. Whether you have LED, track, fluorescent, neon, halogen or flood lights, downlights or garden lights; an electrician can help with installation and repair.
Security lighting: An essential component of any home or commercial premises security suite. The most common solution for security lighting is a floodlight coupled with a motion sensor, which activates a beam. Day/night sensors and time clocks are also really popular. Tom can provide all that is necessary to install security lighting and sensors on your property.
Wiring a new home: If you’re building a new home, you’ll need a construction electrician for wiring and installing all the electrical elements and outlets. Proper planning and consultation will ensure you have an electrical system that suits the layout and design of your new home.
New electrical installations: Skipworth Electrical Services should be consulted if you are considering building a new home or to customise and change the electrical system in an existing home.
Power points: Due to legislation, only electricians can undertake power point repairs and replacement. They will be able to consult on the amount of power points you need and their placement in the home. Electricians can even install USB power points.
Switchboards: Route electricity around a building and are designed to protect you from electrocution. Switchboards can also help to isolate faulty wiring and appliances. Your switchboards will need replacing and upgrading on a periodic basis, especially if you live in an older home or building.
Test and tag: This involves testing and labelling electrical equipment so that the electrician can identify and repair faulty items. This is typically performed by a specialised electrician who uses dedicated equipment. Electrical test and tag equipment can also detect insulation deficiencies and earth leakages.
Renovations: If you’re renovating your home or commercial premises, an electrician will need to be consulted to install or remove power points, sockets and lighting. They can also assist with routing new wiring and installing switchboards in newly renovated rooms and additions.
Electrical Data Cabling: Data cabling should be considered when you install systems for computers, telephones and security. You should hire a registered data cable to give advice on the best data cabling and installation for your needs.
Home Entertainment: This system combines the functions of several electrical components in order to enable the home viewer an experience of watching a theatre style movie. Speak to your licensed electrician about installing a home entertainment system.
Alarm Systems: Your local licensed electrician can play a huge role in the general security of your home. From smoke alarms to state of the art security systems, electricians are the most qualified to give you the best advice.
24/7 Emergency Service: Skipworth Electrical Services offer a 24/7 emergency service 365 days per year to deal with any electrical emergencies you might be experiencing, from smaller emergencies like power outages through to larger electricians like fires and dangerous electrical currents. Please note higher fees apply.