077344 34804 Tim@onegoddons.com
Listed Buildings

We have over 20 years of experience working with clients who own and let Listed Buildings
We can work to a planned remedial program to bring any property up to current regulations

Listed Buildings

Public and listed buildings can be beautiful – there are certainly plenty throughout East Anglia to admire. While the architecture is stunning, the electrical systems can often be an absolute nightmare. Many public and listed buildings don’t get their electrics refreshed and modernised on a regular basis.

This can depend on a number of reasons. Cash-conscious public institutions and owners may be put off even enquiring about an electrical overhaul due to the perceived cost. Similarly, the sheer complexity of some older and antiquated electrical systems can put off even seasoned electricians.

The issue is, of course, that as electrical systems get older, they become much more prone to malfunction. A public or listed building could easily end up in flames, as a result of an out of date electrical system. And as for the risk to human safety – it doesn’t bear thinking about.

I have many years dealing with such property, I can test the system complete an (EICR) with full advice on steps to take to bring the property up to a safe and usable standard if required.

 

I offer service at affordable rates. friendly and professional I have been building my experience for the last twenty-plus years I have been in business. Over that time I have had the great pleasure to work on a number of historically important buildings, throughout the whole of the UK.

The electrical systems of public and listed buildings require a considered and experienced approach. Not only do you need an understanding of older electrical systems, you need a sound knowledge of electrics in general.

My true strengths lie in the ability to create solutions to the specific issues presented by your public or listed building. Many of these buildings were designed and created to be entirely unique  this means the modernising of their electrical system needs the same care and attention.

29th March 2020