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A periodic inspection is an inspection and associated testing to check whether an electrical installation is in a satisfactory condition for continued service. It is recommended to be carried out every 10 years for home-owners and more frequently for businesses.
There are no set times on when you need to rewire your property. Just because wiring is old, does not mean you need a new one. We would advise you to do a periodic inspection every 10 years and the test will certify whether the electrics in a property are safe and tell you if anything needs upgrading.
Every ECA (Electrical COntractors Association) member is a registered electrician. If he is not a member of the ECA, it is best to ask to see his/her registration certificate from the Department of Labour.
I need electrician to install a backup power system on a house. All components: batteries, inverters, wires, connectors ect will be supplied. The batteries and inverters will be installed in the garage of the house, power will run from the main db board to the inverter to charge the batteries, then back out from the batteries to the inverter to the db board into the house. When power to the house from the municipal main line cuts out the power from the batteries will kick in and power the house. Expectations: clean and maintainable job needs to be done, the work will be inspected afterward and any necessary changes will have to be made, safe and maintainable work is of priority.
My geyser switch keeps tripping on the DB board. We live in a complex so I contacted the body corporate that sent an electrician and said the thermostat was faulty. The electrician replaced the thermostat but the problem still persists. Not sure what else the issue could be. Please advise how much it would cost to repair?
Five room with double garage and bathroom kitchen with two separate single plung and sitting room with two separate single plung the other three rooms each with single plung ten outside lights one plung in garage and bathroom and isolator for stove eah room with single switch and two passage switch and light in veranda
I am Nduba-Israel Mukendi, I am an Electrical Engineer with my degrees in Electrical Engineering. I have an enthusiastic and dedicated electrical engineer, who enjoys being part of, as well as leading, a successful and productive team. Quick to grasp new ideas and concepts, and to develop innovative and creative solutions to problems. Able to work well on own initiative and can demonstrate the high levels of motivation required to meet the tightest of deadlines. Even under significant pressure, possesses a strong ability to perform effectively.
In summary the main specs are: a. 34 x wiring to new lights (mostly downlighters, some external wall mounted) b. 16x wiring to plug points (std double plug) c. 1x oven Isolator, wiring 32 amps d. 1x hob isolator 20amps d. 3x air con points, isolator 15 amps e. 7x switch points f. 6 x switch points 2-way g. "making good" on and integration of existing My own diagram of the job, if this might be useful for the purpose of quoting.
Install 2 x double socket plugs (supply feed to come from back to back plug thru wall into new plug socket nr 1, and extend +/- 1.5m to 2nd new plug socket) Install 1 x light switch (3 x lever) Install 1 x new light fitting inside built in braai (with +/- 1.5m silicone wire to light switch) Wire and connect to existing connector box (+/- 6m wire) - with power supply already available in connector box for lights.
Installing electricity from scratch in a 6 roomed house with a toilet( seventh room) The dB will be in a kitchen. The lounge will have 2 plug points and 1 double switch, the kitchen will have 3 plug points and 1 double switch. The main bedroom will have 2 plug points and I switch. The second bedroom will have 1 plug point and 1 switch. Third bedroom will as well have 1 plug point and 1 switch. The fourth will have 1 plug point and 1 switch. The lounge will have 5 dull lights. The kitchen will have 6 dull lights. Other rooms will have each normal lights.
Good Afternoon, Please may I request a quotation to install a generator in Mokopane Nelson Mandela Drive, Mokopane, Limpopo. The generator specs are as follows: MAC AFRIC 37.5 kVA (30KW) Standby Silent Diesel Generator with ATS (V) Your Speedy response in this regard is highly appreciated. Thanking you kindly
QUOTATION ON 12M CONTAINER TO WIRE COMPLETELY 1 X ROOM : 1 X DOUBLE WALL PLUG WITH USB : 1 X SINGLE LIGHT SWITCH : 1 X CEILING LED POINT OPEN PLAN LIVING ROOM AND KITCHEN : 2 X LED CEILING POINTS : SPLIT UNIT AIRCON POINT : SPLIT UNIT AIRCON INSTALATION : 2 X DOUBLE WALL PLUGS WITH USB : 2 X DOUBLE WALL LIGHT SWITCHES : DB BOX : 2 X OUTSIDE LED POINTS BATHROOM : 1 X LED CEILING POINT : 1 EXTRACTOR FAN CONNECT : 1 X 50 L GEISER POINT TOTAL WIRING WITH ELECTRICAL SERTIFICATE TOTAL SQ METER 30 Can you provide me with 2 quotes on labour only I supply everything and if you supply all materials.
Installation of ceiling fans, ceiling lights and repair of oven. 1. Ceiling fan (and light) in the lounge: Installation of fan with a new fitting and "line". A new switch will have to be fitted. Current switch has two "levers" and this will require its own. Fitting a 3 lever switch. 2. Ceiling fan (and light) in the bedroom: Installation of fan and a new fitting and "line". A new switch will have to be fitted. Current switch has one "lever" and this will require its own. Fitting a 2 lever switch. 3. Installation of 4 new in-ceiling lights added to existing lines and switches between dining room and kitchen. - I have the ceiling fans and light fittings for the above. I will be purchasing new switches for the above. 4. Evaluation and Repair of oven. Faulty element? The oven preheats but after a few minutes it trips the DB board. The oven is a Defy undercounter oven - UMS. 5. Fitting a switch for a light in a corner cupboard (pantry cupboard). The light is an in-ceiling light linked to the kitchen ceiling lights. I would like to have a separate switch to turn this light off independently. 6. Replacement of current in-ceiling lights (standard GU10 bulb fitting and "holder") in bathroom (2 fittings) to a fitting that is better sealed from moisture for this environment.