ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS

Norwood UK provide Electrical Installation services to new and existing commercial and industrial developments throughout the UK, keeping abreast of the latest innovations in lighting and lighting control, distribution systems and boards, cable containment, LED Lighting Installations as well as changes to building regulations and standards.

OUR EXPERTISE

We offer a complete design and install service, and play a part in offering a package which provides an inspiring workplace whatever your environment whilst remaining focused on keeping energy consumption and installation costs low.

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WHAT WE OFFER

We have completed a variety of different installations including:

  • Industrial Power and Lighting

  • Fluorescent Lighting

  • General Power / Lighting

  • Mains Switch Gear

  • Power Factor Correction Systems

  • Office and Retail Refurbishments

  • New Builds

  • New Installations / Obsolete System Removal

  • Mains Distribution Systems – Upgrades and New Installations

  • External Security Lighting

  • Office Lighting

  • Fault Finding

  • Structured Cabling

  • Fire Alarm Installation

  • Emergency Lighting

  • Machine Installations/ Maintenance/ Fault Finding

  • Control and Instrumentations for various industrial applications

All installations will comply to BS 7671 The Requirements for Electrical Installations and NICEIC certificates issued.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

The law simply requires you to take all reasonable precautions to ensure that appliances are installed and maintained, to prevent electric shock, burn or fire due to damage, wear or misuse. Regular inspections and testing can best achieve this. The frequency of testing should be based on an assessment of the risk, so if you would like help with this then please call us first.

Everyone at work has their responsibilities including, in certain circumstances, trainees. However, because of the all-embracing responsibilities of all persons this does not minimise the duties of particular persons.

Regulation 3 of the Electricity at Work Regulations recognises a responsibility (control) that employers and many employees have for electrical systems. “It shall be the duty of every employer and self-employed person to comply with the provisions of these Regulations in so far as they relate to matters which are within his control.

  1. Visual inspection of the flex, the plug, the socket outlet and the appliance for signs of damage, overheating and general heavy usage etc.
  2. A check of the disconnection from the supply to ensure that it is readily accessible and that the flexible cords do not present a hazard.
  3. A test of earth continuity (class 1), insulation resistance, earth leakage; combined with a load test and flash test (where appropriate).
  4. Subsequent issue of a pass label to all items that meet the above criteria. Items that fail are taken out of immediate service and the client notified.

Our test engineers are fully trained and are experienced in testing a wide variety of sites from Hospitals to Hotels and Corporate Offices to Colleges. Although a small amount of disruption to day to day operations is unavoidable, our management and engineer will work with you to ensure that all testing is carried out in a way that minimises this disruption.

FREE QUOTE

Please contact us to obtain a free no obligation quotation for any of our services.

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OFFICE LINE

0844 800 5540

STANDARD RATE

01509 672 333

WORKING HOURS

9:00am – 5:00pm

OFFICE LINE

0844 800 5540

STANDARD RATE

01509 672 333

WORKING HOURS

9:00am – 5:00pm