Industrial & Commercial

We can survey, plan and design your premises electrical layout whether that is factory, workshop, office or retail outlet.

industrial commercial installations

Industrial & Commercial Installations

The core area of expertise to our business and the one in which we have predominantly been involved in for the past 25 years.

We can survey, plan and design your premises electrical layout whether that is factory, workshop, office or retail outlet. Liaison with local electrical network suppliers to take the hassle out of the early stages of planning or we are more than happy to work with designers, architects, builders and other service providers should the need arise.

As both an NICEIC Approved Contractor and a Registered Member of the Electrical Contractors Association we are able to offer the security of the ECA Bond, which is provided at no additional cost to clients of ECA Members and indemnifies the client for any additional cost of completion if the member fails to complete the work to relevant British Standards or becomes insolvent.

Click on the following link to download the ECA Bond in PDF format (292kb)

Larger industrial and commercial projects can require more specific and complex power distribution including switchboard systems with three-phase busbar power trunking. Our design specifications take into account for balanced phase loading and energy saving lighting schemes.

We also offer the added benefit of installation of surge protection devices as the first step of protection to incoming power supply panels and associated distribution networks including fire alarm panels and telephone systems.


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Energy Saving Advice

Help to reduce energy consumption in the office:
  • Fit LED lighting as standard or as a minimum upgrade lamps and bulbs
  • Utilise daylight or occupancy sensors to control your lighting
  • Turn off computer monitors when not in use
  • Review the energy rating of older equipment
  • Keep the use of portable electrical heaters to a minimum
  • Where possible fit timers or kill switches to equipment where 24 hour operation is unnecessary
Reducing Energy Emissions
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