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Night storage heaters, Economy 7 & Economy 10

A night storage heater is an electrical home appliance which stores thermal energy in heat banks, normally clay bricks, during the evening, or at night when electricity is available at lower cost, and releases the heat during the day as required. Storage heaters used to be seen as an expensive alternative to provide heat compared […]

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25 Jun
By: Reece
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Air Conditioning and Heating Units

Home air conditioning is now firmly on the ‘Wish List’ of many homeowners and property developers in the UK. Our climate is undoubtedly becoming warmer each year, and most of us have quickly become accustomed to the comfort of our air conditioned cars and places of work. This desire for comfort is naturally extending to […]

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25 Jun
By: Reece
Electric sockets

Electric sockets – 5 amp or 13 amp See what our customers had to say about our work on sockets here, here, and here. Contrary to popular belief there are a few different types of sockets available and being used in the UK at this time. The most common is the now standard 13 amp […]

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25 Jun
By: Reece

Myths Explained There are many known tips that we pick up over the years regarding our home heating controls that enable us to save both energy and money but which ones are true and which are simply olds wives tales? As society becomes more aware of energy efficiency in the home there are more and […]

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25 Jun
By: Reece
Structured cabling

A structured cabling system is a complete system of cabling and associated hardware, which provides a comprehensive telecommunications infrastructure. This infrastructure serves a wide range of uses, such as to provide telephone service or transmit data through a computer network. It should not be device dependent. We further define a structured cabling system in terms […]

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25 Jun
By: Reece
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Home security

With modern technology choosing and designing the perfect security system for your home is more based around your lifestyle and what you have to protect than your budget. Lets take a look at some of the basic sysytems and what they may mean. Outdoor lighting. Although very basic still one of the best deterents for […]

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25 Jun
By: Reece
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Home Cinema and Sound Systems

When you watch a film at a cinema, the sound seems to come from all around you. Speakers placed around the walls project sound from every angle to give the impression that you’re in the thick of the action. A home cinema system tries to recreate this experience in your living room. The same surround-sound […]

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25 Jun
By: Reece

It all started with the computer. As people became comfortable with, and indeed dependent, on the machine’s ability to help manage their personal and professional lives, it wasn’t long before a second or third PC joined the family. At first, homeowners simply doled out the cash to buy each computer its own printer, scanner and […]

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25 Jun
By: Reece
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Periodic inspection reports

See what our customers had to say about our Periodic Inspection Reports here, here, here, and here. What is a periodic inspection? An inspection and series of tests to make sure your electrical installation will continue to conform to the national safety standard. A periodic inspection will Reveal if any of your electrical circuits or […]

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25 Jun
By: Reece
Solar energy installations (Water)

Solar thermal systems are considered the only ‘virtually zero carbon’ technology currently available on the market. A system uses a small amount of electrical energy to run the pump circulating the fluid, which is heated directly by the ‘free’ energy from the sun. Some energy is also used to manufacture and install the solar system […]

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25 Jun
By: Reece