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Smart sockets, switches and light bulbs in Corsham and Chippenham

Technology is constantly changing the way we do things and we've moved in to the era of home automation. It's not super common because it's largely still quite expensive if you're going for a full wired install. 

 

These days though there is a plethora of accessories you can use to start making your home 'smart'. More and more of us have an Alexa or Google Home (I currently have 2 Alexas. 1 for the kitchen and 1 in my bedroom) and there are lots of very affordable sockets, switches and light bulbs that you can link to your Alexa to control your electrical installation. 

6 tips for reducing your electrical energy consumption.

These will not only help you save money they will make your home become less of a burden on the planet.


1. Switch off (at the socket) any appliances that aren’t in use. Did you know that appliances on standby still use a reasonable amount of power?


2. Appliances: When it’s time to buy a new appliance look for the most efficient type, electric heaters come in different shapes and sizes!

Outdoor lighting

sing a good, reputable, local electrician who takes pride in their workmanship often means you won't have any problems with your electrical installation. This becomes even more relevant when it comes to outdoor lighting. Many times I've come across outside lights with water ingress that will cause half the house to lose power when they trip the RCD. 

Why you should use a registered electrician

Registered electricians join a 'competent person scheme', there are a few out there (I'm part of STROMA) but they all do the same thing. Registered electricians get assessed yearly by their scheme operator. We have to prove the work we are doing is safe and meets current regulations and, among other things, we have to prove we have all relevant insurances and documents to safely carry out work.

 

Prices

Below is an approximate price guide for some common jobs in a domestic premises. Please note these are to be used as a guide only and are certainly not to be used as a final figure. A survey of the prospective job would be needed to attain an accurate quote.                               

 

All prices are inclusive of VAT

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    All prices are inclusive of VAT

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Take Care When Selecting an Electrician!!

Many Electricians in Bath and West Wiltshire are simply not interested in small electrical works. They want the choice jobs, and will drop you like a hot potato when a bigger, supposedly more lucrative, project comes in.

Others advertise as electricians having no qualifications.  They thrive on the basis that you don’t understand what they do and, as a result, overcharge for shoddy, and often dangerous, work.

I set up Watt & Co. Electrical in order to fill a gap in the domestic sector. I want to provide you with a quality service that provides you with exactly what you need from an electrician.

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