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Consumer Unit Replacements

An example of a new consumer unit installation. This contains RCBO devices protecting each circuit. Expensive but far more flexible.

An older example of a Split-Load Consumer unit.

This unit would not comply with current wiring standards that require rcd protection on all circuits if cables are buried less than 50mm deep in walls ( very often the case in domestic premises ).

Re-wireable Fuse Consumer Unit

Does your fuse box look like this ? Its time to be considering a replacement.

Inspection & Testing

PAT testing and EICR reports can be carried out.


From a simple extra socket to a re-wire, NA Electrical are competative and flexible.


What is Part P ? Does it apply to the work I require carrying out ?

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We are happy to provide quotes for any form of domestic or commercial work.

All quotations will be valid for 30 days from the date of issue and are subject to a copy of our standard terms and conditions, a copy of which is available on request.


One of the most frequently asked questions is how much will it cost to re-wire my house ?

This is a difficult question to answer as each property is different, but to give people some idea a 3 bedroom house with an electric shower, electric cooker ( single hob or oven ) 10 lights and 25 sockets including a 10way dual rcd consumer unit, bathroom fan and 2 smoke alarms, will be around the £3500 including vat price range.

This will give people some idea of what to budget, but please contact us for a more individual no obligation quotation.

NA Electrical is an accepted member of the National Association of Professional Inspectors and Testers

and has been placed on the FULL SCOPE PART P Register for Approved Installers.

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