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30 Sep 20
Hi, We are switching gas oven for a dual oven and need electricity supply for the oven. The oven manual requests a double pole control unit (32A minimum) to run as the oven is a nearly 5kw appliance. We think we will need a separate dedicated circuit installed going back to the consumer unit for the oven. However, the kitchen is already made up and in use so looking for a solution which involves minimum disruption i.e. not breaking into walls or pulling up floorboards. Is there a solution which doesn't involve embedding new wiring inside the walls? Would be good to get a ballpark quote and then discuss how we could deal with this in the least disruptive way? Thanks, Rafael Gibbons
26 Sep 20
We bought two security cameras with floodlights from Ring, these needs to be wired with mains and requires installation by a professional electrician. We will fit one in front and the other on the rear (garden side). There is an existing electrical point and an old light on the garden side, which I believe can be used without a new connection to mains. Of course we need the integrated light & cam to be installed in a slightly different position in the wall. For the front side, we do have a light outside the main entrance, couldn't find additional electrical points though. Trust you can easily find out the best way to get it connected with mains. Product Name:Ring Floodlight Cam Summary: Motion-activated HD security camera with built-in floodlights, a siren alarm and two-way talk. Link: https://en-uk.ring.com/products/floodlight-cam?variant=3657947578379
03 Sep 20
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29 Jul 20
I am looking for a quite for my hob extractor they stopped working after s strong electric shock when I tried to turn on the light of the extractor. The light and the extractor stopped working all together. I've changed the fuse and the lightbulb, but the light or the extractor are still not working. Can you please advise on a quote for this work?
08 Apr 20
Replace old hanging lights with new pendant lights I have purchased online. (six in total). House is 20 years old, so wiring is fine. The existing pendant roses will need to be replaced with junction boxes (which I do not have) that can go into the ceiling cavity. Job to be scheduled after lockdown is over.