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Benefits of using an electrical contractor

Electrical contractors can provide a range of services specifically for what the customer requires. At Eaton Electrical, do everything from electrical inspections to rewiring of a whole property. Of course, the experience and expertise brought to electrical job are...

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Estimating the cost of an electrical installation

Electrical work is a necessity that must only be completed by a qualified electrician. It is dangerous and unadvised for anyone without the necessary qualifications to undertake any electrical installation projects. When you are searching for a certified electrician...

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How electrical installations are tested

Electrical installations and made up of various components and working mechanisms. As a result, they deteriorate over time and should be tested and checked to ensure that everything is still working well – much like a car’s MOT. Inspections help to identify any faults...

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One in three back changes to smart meter rollout

Despite what was meant to be a nationwide rollout, the smart meter will now be an optional addition for homeowners. It was planned by the government to install smart meters in the 26 million homes by 2020. However, in the Queen’s speech, it was announced that the...

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Article: Renovations fit for a queen

Eaton Electrical is pleased to see an article written by our compliance manager, Luke Czerpak in this month's Architecture, Building, Contracting and Development magazine. The article looks into why keeping electrics up-to-date is a key issue for heritage properties....

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Article: How good lighting can help you sell your property

Whether you are building a house or renovating your property to make it more 'sellable', it’s important to consider your lighting scheme from the outset. To maximise the potential of the property, there are many areas to consider when it comes to lighting: choosing...

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Outdoor lighting design tips

As the famous saying goes, first impressions count. Whether it’s a business looking to impress clients with the exterior of their offices or a family looking to create an attractive garden lighting display, getting the outdoor lighting right is important. In this...

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Council cuts public CCTV operations

Large parts of central London are set to have inactive CCTV operations after Westminster council announced they will reassess the amount that they will be spending on surveillance systems in a bid to save money. For businesses in public areas, cameras located in the...

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