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Electrical | Main Switch Board | Safety Switches | Smoke Alarms | Room by Room | Exterior | Home Automation
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An Adequate System



Whether you are building or renovating you probably think you have enough worries as it is, with architects, builders, local authorities, suppliers and contractors wanting you to make a decision about one thing or another.





It's hardly surprising that electrical planning is so often pushed down the list of priorities, or worse still, left off completely. Having taken so much care to get the building the way it's wanted, many people often scatter a few power outlets about at random, with the intention of adding to, or adapting the circuits in years to come. However, with a little extra time and thought, planning an adequate and safe electrical system to provide for present and future needs is neither difficult nor expensive. You can design the ideal system.

Getting it Right From the Start

When it comes to planning your homes electrical requirements, it's better to over-estimate than to under-estimate. Even if some items, like air-conditioning, a swimming pool or spa seem a long way off at this stage, by providing for them now, you'll find it cheaper than having additional installations done later on. Our guide will take you step by step through each area of your house and provide suggestions and ideas on how to incorporate practical electrical planning with the latest in fashion, safety and comfort.


Electrical | Main Switch Board | Safety Switches | Smoke Alarms | Room by Room | Exterior | Home Automation
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