Would you like to see what I get up to in a typical week?
Is that old power shower of yours playing up? Seen better days?
Here's a quick video of what is involved in replacing it.
In this video I install additional sockets in a launderette using PVC trunking.
Due to the high demand of fire safety I have use metal cable grips within the trunking so in the event of a fire the cable will remain attached to the wall.
There's not many electrician's who will take on an occupied rewire.
Here's a video diary of my latest project.
It's becoming more and more important to be able to safely isolate / unplug an appliance when required. I get around this problem by putting my sockets in cupboards next to any kitchen appliances.
Yes it's another badly put together video of your local electrician. I'm much better at installing electric's then camera work.. honest!
Economy 10 is 10 hours of cheap electricity at different intervals throughout the day.
Here is how I managed to utilise this to power a storage heater.
Need a more convenient way of charging your phone, tablet or laptop at the breakfast table?
A USB socket may be a sufficient solution.
Here's a short video of me installing a couple of sockets within a kitchen island unit.
If you have ever considered upgrading that old fuse board under the stairs then watch this!
Here's a little video I took of myself replacing an existing fuse board with a new 17th edition amendment 3 equivalent.
Wiring some lovely plastered-in spotlights in a kitchen
These little beut's tick all the boxes; trimless, recessed and anti-glare.
Also a random fact about snakes.
Replacing bathroom lights
A little video depicting the damage done by covering halogen spots with loft insulation.
Also the easy damage free installation of LED replacement spot lights in a bathroom.
a Video of me chasing boxes like a pro.
Back when the company was called 'Fulgora' and nobody could pronounce it, I made a few electrical demonstration videos
a tidy little Consumer Unit installation.
An OCD sufferers dream come true.
I've always believed the consumer unit to be the mothership of any electrical installation. It can reveal a great deal about the rest of the premises' wiring installation