Electrician in Finchley - Why choose Just a Phase
Electrician in Finchley
Are you looking for an Electrician in Finchley?
If you are looking for an electrician in Finchley, then come and talk to Just a Phase. We are a professional, reliable and friendly company. No job is too big or too small for us to undertake. We are always happy to discuss your project and offer free advice with no obligation.
How Safe Are Your Electrics?
When did you last have your electrics checked? The recommended inspection for a Domestic Dwelling is every 10 years and every 5 years for rented accommodation. If you have not had a periodic inspection in the last 5/10 years it would be a good idea to call us in to undertake an Electrical Installation condition report. We will produce a 9-page report and list all of our findings. We can then discuss your options, we will never advise rewiring unless it’s absolutely necessary.Here is a list of Domestic Work we undertake:
- Full Re-Wires
- Partial Re-Wires
- Accessory Upgrades
- Replacement Consumer Unit
- Additional Sockets
- Additional Lighting
- Smoke Alarm / Fire Alarm System
- Electric Showers
- Electric Cookers
- Security Alarms
- Electric Heating
- Bathroom / Extension Wiring / Renovation Works
- External Garden Lighting & Power
- Underfloor Heating / Boiler Control Wiring
- Automated Home Systems (Smart Homes)
- Electrical Installation Condition Reports
- PAT Testing
Looking for an Electrician in Finchley for Commercial Installations?
Why Choose Just A Phase?With a wealth of experience working with multiple Main Contractors we have the accuracy when it comes to pricing and expertise of following drawings and briefs. We can provide the highest level of technical advice and expert opinion where required.
Get In TouchIf you're looking for an electrician in Finchley, get in touch on 07590 211977. Whatever your requirements may be, we are here to help. We have a portfolio of projects that we have completed and would be happy to show on request. Just A Phase have a proven track record when it comes to delivering commercial projects on time and within budget. We have formed partnerships with numerous main contractors, architects, schools, medical centres and many more.
Recent Commercial ProjectsOne of our recent contracts included upgrading 8 commercial consumer units across 4 medical centres in Stevenage. We also upgraded all of the lighting to LED and installed emergency lighting throughout and brought the surgeries up to a compliant standard. We have also just completed the full Design & Installation of two commercial units in Stevenage which will be opened into 2 fast food restaurants.
Inspection & Testing
What is an Electrical Installation Condition Report? (EICR)An Electrical Installation Condition report also known as an EICR is a formal document which is produced after the inspection and testing of an electrical installation within a property.
Do I Need To Have An EICR Done?
LandlordsIf you are a landlord and you are renting out your property it is your duty to ensure that the electrics within your property are safe, an EICR will highlight any defects. It is recommended that rented accommodation is tested and inspected every five years and it is good practice to have the property tested at every change of occupancy.
HomeownersIt is recommended that a domestic dwelling is inspected at least every 10 years. Most Insurers will not pay out on any electrical related claims if you do not have an EICR in place.
CommercialCommercial premises have a greater responsibility when it comes to health and safety due to dealing with members of the public and being a workplace for employees. An EICR is recommended every 3-5 years dependent on what type of business you may have. Commercial premises which are deemed special locations (e.g swimming pools & petrol stations) have a recommended periodic inspection every year.
RemedialsOnce your EICR has been carried out you will receive the report which will indicate either Satisfactory or Unsatisfactory. If your report denotes a Satisfactory outcome it means that it is safe for continued use and no immediate action is required. In the event of an Unsatisfactory report we will highlight and notify you of any C2 (Potentially Dangerous) or C1 (Immediately Dangerous) faults and then liaise with you about your options. We strive to give honest, professional, cost effective advice at all times.
Other Testing Services We Offer:• PAT Testing • Emergency Lighting • Fire Alarm Testing • Visual Inspections • Bonding & Earthing Checks If you're looking for an electrician in Finchley, get in touch on 07590 211977.
What is a Consumer Unit? (Fuseboard)Consumer units which are commonly known as fuse-boards can be described as the center hub or the heart of the wiring system in your home. The unit distributes the electricity via fuses of various kinds. A modern consumer unit could potentially save your life in the event of an electrical fault as it will include additional safety devices (RCBO'S) which offer RCD protection as well as over-current protection. The latest consumer units are also manufactured to be non-combustible meaning they will contain a fire for a duration of time if installed correctly. Older style Fuse-boards do not have these additional safety measures. Most Electricians will not install a new circuit or do any work in a property if the consumer unit does not have RCD protection or if the fuse board has any major faults.
Do I Need To Replace My Consumer Unit?If your fuse-board contains re-wireable fuses and hasn't been periodically inspected in the last 10 years it is more than likely that you will need to replace your consumer unit.
What Does Replacing My Consumer Unit Entail?We usually carry out an Electrical Installation Condition Report before changing a consumer unit and the reason behind that is so we can highlight any problems and rectify them before. Upon changing your fuse-board we will have to isolate the main electricity supply, so for a few hours there will be no electricity in the property until the power is re-instated.
Is Replacing My Consumer Unit An Expensive Job?In many cases we can bring your electrics up to the current standards for a fraction of a cost of a re-wire. Replacing a Fuse-board is a major step towards upgrading your installation and the cost could vary depending on the amount of circuits and which type of consumer unit you go for. We also carry out a premium upgrade service where we can change all the accessories in your property at the same time, this will in many cases clear a lot of common faults as we will re-terminate at outlets where wiring may have been loose or not to current standards. If you're looking for an electrician in Finchley, get in touch on 07590 211977.
Book your FREE, no obligation design consultation today 07590 211977