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About PARSLEY ELECTRICAL
Hi I'm Ryan Parsley Owner/Electrician of Parsley Electrical, I'm a Part P approved contractor and fully qualified to industry standards.
Parsley Electrical is based in southminster Essex covering work across the South-East and london area. I offer a reliable, professional and high quality service.
Having completed many projects including small Electrical installations, insurance work and commercial installations, i always ensure great workmanship, outstanding customer service and an excellent finish carried out on each and every project.
my aim is to go above and beyond the expectations of my clients.
PARSLEY ELECTRICAL Skills
Electrical Under Floor Heating Installations & Repairs
Indoor Lighting & Power
Outdoor Lighting & Power
Electrical Inspections / Tests
Aerial and Satellite Dish
Smart Home Installations
Fuse Board / Consumer Units
Network Data Cabling Installations
Freeview & Freesat
PARSLEY ELECTRICAL Accreditations
IPAF - Operator Training Certificate for Mobile Elevating Work Platforms - Mobile Vertical (3a), Mobile Boom (3b)
PASMA Tower Trained
PASMA - Certificate in the category Tower at the User Level
Part P Approved Contractor
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How often should a house be rewired?
If a property has not already been rewired within the last 25-30 years, the chances are it will need upgrading at least in part in order to bring it up to current standards. The wiring may be potentially dangerous and may not be able to cope with the demands of modern living. If you plan major remodelling work that constitutes a material alteration as defined by the Building Regulations, it is likely that you will need to rewire part, if not all, of the property, including upgrading the consumer unit (fuse box) if you are extending your home, or converting a loft or garage, this will constitute new work and therefore all of the new wiring will have to conform to Part P: Electrical safety, and all existing wiring will have to be improved to ensure that it is able to carry the additional loads safely, it is earthed to current requirements and that cross bonding is satisfactory. Parsley Electrical can carry out an EICR and determine if you're property requires a rewire call on 07896622520 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
What is the average cost to rewire a house?
The cost to rewire a house depends on many factors, the amount of rooms, the type of accessories or the amount of outlets in each room. A standard 3 bedroom house for example with 3 sockets, a switch and pendant in each bedroom with white fittings throughout would cost £3500. Things to consider during a rewire would be: ▪︎Downlights ▪︎Socket and switch finish ▪︎aerial points ▪︎data points ▪︎alarm system ▪︎data cabling ▪︎home automation ▪︎Outside lighting/power etc call me on 07896622520 or email: email@example.com for a free quotation.