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Energy Savings for South London Schools, Colleges and University Sites

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How you can save your south London school money?

This is a good question that has been asked by many a bursar. The answers are varied ranging from cutting staff, through turning down the heating slightly to sourcing cheaper consumables. But there is a simple and straightforward answer to this thorny issue – lighting.
According to the Carbon Trust, lighting can account for 40% of the electricity bill in any workplace so if there was a way that you could save up to 80% on lighting, you could reduce your overall electricity bill by over 30% which […]

Richmond and Sutton Kitchen Wiring Jobs

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As commercial and domestic electricians we take on a wide variety of different work and have done a couple of very contrasting kitchen wiring jobs recently. The first was on a house renovation in Richmond whilst the second was a commercial kitchen further south in Sutton. In Richmond, it was a case of taking out 50 year old wiring and starting from scratch whilst the commercial kitchen job was the installation of a new bratt pan (chip scuttle) and oven.
The Richmond house had been recently bought and the new owners were having the kitchen extended and modernised […]

Outdoor Lighting in Merton

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We had a call during the week from a gardener in the borough of Merton who had managed to cut through the cable of the garden lights that they had had installed a few years ago. They had been thinking about upgrading for a while now and this accident was the prompt. We were pleased to learn that it had been a recommendation by mouth from a friend who had used our services to install exterior garden and patio lighting in Sutton last year.
After a short chat on the phone about the sort of thing that he was after […]

Three-Phase Commercial Garage Wiring in Lewisham

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We had a recent job in Lewisham at a garage who had bought some new ramps and a rolling road for doing their MoT brake tests. They had been fixed to the floor and needed wiring in. They had contacted an electrician in Lewisham who had not really been up to the job – he was a one-man-band rather than a commercial electrician and had little experience with working on three-phase supplies. He had been round to the garage, taken a look at what was needed and realising that he was out of his depth he backed off […]

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