Residential Office Conversion
With the recent rise in home-working we were asked to install office-style trunking in a bedroom for a home-worker. We surface mounted all the fittings, meaning the installation can be removed simply should the room be turned back into a bedroom in the future. We also extended both the CAT6 (internet) and telephone wiring to the new location from the other side of the house, replacing a previously unsightly arrangement tacked along the skirting boards.
Before work started
Trunking installed, ready for tests
Museum Workshop installation
Our client has an interest in vintage electrical clocks, several examples displayed in an outbuilding that were powered from a single socket running on a sub-main from his house. After testing and inspecting the existing installation, we recommended a secondary consumer unit at the workshop end with dedicated sockets for the exhibits. We also added a smoke alarm circuit for added piece-of-mind.
New outbuilding consumer unit
Dedicated clocks power supply
Patio Lights installation
Working closely with the award-winning Thistlefield Plants & Design, here we ran steel-wire armoured cable to nine low-voltage lighting points set into a new patio. As there is no off-the-shelf fittings to install these, we developed a bespoke solution that is both permanent yet allows easy access to the lamps for ease of maintenance.
Connections before sealing in ground
Lights positions and cable layed out