If your own property has not already been rewired within the last 20 years, the chances are it will need upgrading in order to bring it up to current regulations.

If you plan to build an extension to your property or converting your garage or attic, this will be considered as new work therefore all new wiring will have to conform to PART P Electrical Safety.

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If your own property has not already been rewired within the last 20 years, the chances are it will need upgrading in order to bring it up to current regulations.

If you plan to build an extension to your property or converting your garage or attic, this will be considered as new work therefore all new wiring will have to conform to PART P Electrical Safety.

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To discuss your project requirements call Connect Electric on 0161 766 6848


If your own property has not already been rewired within the last 20 years, the chances are it will need upgrading in order to bring it up to current regulations.

If you plan to build an extension to your property or converting your garage or attic, this will be considered as new work therefore all new wiring will have to conform to PART P Electrical Safety.

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To discuss your project requirements call Connect Electric on 0161 766 6848



Rewiring Work: The first stage of rewiring work should be undertaken before plastering work and at the same time as central heating and plumbing work.

Second stage: Once the first stage has been completed, then the further work with plastering and flooring can take place. The second stage work then can proceed with fitting sockets and switches, fuse board (or consumer unit), cooker and so on.

Earth Bonding: Earth bonding will make sure that if an electrical fault should occur causing the metal plumbing (bath, taps, radiators or boiler casing) to become live, i.e. for current to flow through them, this will not lead to electrocution.