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Rewiring

Easy Heat Systems offer the replacement or upgrade of the electrical wiring and components throughout the entire structure of domestic properties, commercial buildings, and tenement tower blocks.to meet with regulatory requirements and the key objectives of our commercial and public sector clients.

Easy Heat Systems offer the replacement or upgrade of the electrical wiring and components throughout the entire structure of domestic properties, commercial buildings, and tenement tower blocks.

This process is typically necessary if the existing wiring is outdated, unsafe, or if you’re renovating or expanding your property or heat system.

Assessment and Planning

Assessing the current wiring system, inspecting wiring, outlets, switches, and the electrical panel to determine the condition and safety of the existing setup. The initial design is then conducted for the new electrical layout based on our client’s short and long term requirements.

Regulatory Compliance

Before starting the rewiring process, our experienced management team will check co-ordinate with local authorities and regulations to determine and attain any necessary permits for the work. Many jurisdictions require permits for electrical work to ensure that all structures and heat systems meets safety standards.

Temporary Power

In some cases, temporary power may be needed to ensure essential functions during the rewiring process. This can involve setting up temporary power sources to keep appliances and lighting operational.

Removal

Upon the completion of initial assessment, our on-site electricians will begin the process of removing the old wiring. This involves the removal of old cables, outlets, switches, and other electrical components.

Wiring Installation

The installation of new wiring according to the agreed layout. This includes running wires through walls, ceilings, and floors, connecting them to outlets, switches, and the electrical panel. Easy Heat System ensure close communication with residents and key stakeholders to ensure minimum disruption to living and working spaces throughout the programme of works.

Upgrading Electrical Panel

In many cases, a rewiring project involves upgrading the electrical panel to accommodate modern electrical needs. This may include installing a larger panel, circuit breakers, and ensuring proper grounding.

Final Components

New outlets, switches, and other devices are installed as per the updated electrical plan. This step includes ensuring that outlets are properly grounded and that switches are safely installed.

Testing and Inspection

Upon completion of the rewire, our team will conduct thorough testing to ensure all electrical components are working correctly and safely. Specialised testing equipment is utilised to check for any faults and verify proper grounding.

Final Inspection

Following internal inspection, the completed project will be subject to inspection by local authorities. Once the inspector approves the work, we can obtain the necessary permits and certificates to demonstrate the electrical system complies with safety regulations.

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