Electricians Poole

Electricians Poole covering Hamworthy, Broadstone, Corfe Mullen, Wimborne, Upton, Parkstone, Creekmoor and Canford Heath.

1st Class Electrical, employ electricians in Dorset with extensive knowledge and experience in domestic installation and design. Whatever the project, whether it is a complete new build or modification of an existing installation, our team of professional qualified electricians Dorset carry out every job swiftly, cost-effectively and to the very highest standard. If you're looking for an electrician in Poole covering Hamworthy, Broadstone, Corfe Mullen, Wimborne, Upton, Parkstone, Creekmoor and Canford Heath. Then look no further than 1st Class Electrical. We can help design and develop projects and we offer installations in all types of build to suit your imagination and budget. All of our work complies with the latest safety regulations.

  • Electrical provision in new-build housing, garages and out buildings
  • Electrical supply in extensions to existing properties
  • Outdoor power and lighting
  • Lighting design and installation
  • Extra sockets, telephone and television points
  • Burglar alarm systems
  • Security lighting and cameras
  • Electric showers and heating
  • Rewiring of properties

1st Class Electrical contractors in Poole are certified to carry out installations in domestic property. As stipulated within the Building Regulations (Part-P) nearly all new domestic electrical work must be undertaken and certified by a registered electrical installer. Please see our “Part P” page for more information.

Central Heating Control Systems and Boiler Connections

1st Class Electrical offer a service to connect new boiler and domestic central heating systems. We also offer a full fault finding service on such domestic heating systems. Connection of immersion heaters and installation of electrical supply to immersion heaters can also be undertaken by our fully qualified engineers in Poole. Please contact us for further information on this service.

Electrical Fuse Box/Consumer Unit

Modern fuse boards (consumers unit) with miniature circuit breakers (mcb’s) are much safer and easier to use than old style rewireable fuses – no more fiddling around in the dark to find the fusewire – mcb’s are reset at the flick of a switch. If you have access to a garden, the Wiring Regulations now state that an Residual Current Device (RCD) must be used for circuits supplying equipment used outside. A modern fuseboard will incorporate an RCD and give you greater protection against electric shock both inside and outside your home.

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