Kitchen

Extending power circuits

When you want an extra socket in your kitchen, more than any other room in the house, just fitting an extension is really only a short term solution. Because the kind of implements that you are likely to use in the kitchen, such as toaster and kettle, are all heat producing therefor using large amounts […]

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26 Jun
By: Reece
Under floor heating

Avoid the shock of cold tiles under your feet when you’re half asleep. Add that extra touch of luxury to your bathroom tiles and get your day off to a good start, stepping out from the shower onto a warm tile floor. The principle characteristic of underfloor heating is that it radiates heat evenly upwards […]

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26 Jun
By: Reece
Spot Lighting

Gone are the days when the kitchen or lounge has a big pendant or flourescent light in the middle of the room. Now days modern spot or down lights come in thousands of different versions, styles or colours amd provide a much better light. Also planning where the lights will go will give a much […]

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26 Jun
By: Reece
Extractor hoods

An extractor hood consists of three main components: a skirt or capture panel to contain the rising gases (also known as the “effluent plume”), one or more grease filters, and a fan or tangential blower for forced ventilation. There are 2 major applications of extractor hoods: ducted (or vented) application, and ductless (or recirculating) application. […]

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26 Jun
By: Reece
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Under cabinet lighting

Kitchen lighting is as important as the lighting in your lounge or bedroom. It helps with mood and comfort in the kitchen – but there are also practical considerations. While you may eat at a dining table in the kitchen, for the most part you’ll be working – preparing meals, washing up, maybe even a […]

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26 Jun
By: Reece

See what our customers had to say about our work with Cookers here, here, and here. Installing or fitting an electric cooker must be done on its own circuit. An electric cooker cannot be spurred of any other circuit and must be controlled by its own fuse at the consumer unit. For this reason, if this is a […]

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26 Jun
By: Reece
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1 Jun
By: Reece