A A Electrical (East Anglia) Ltd
AA Electrical offers Electrical services for domestic, commercial and industrial customers in Ipswich, Woodbridge, and surrounding area. Are you looking for an electrician in Ipswich and Woodbridge? To get a FREE quote contact us today.
Home Re-wires & Upgrades. At A A Electrical, we often come across older properties, with the wiring from many years ago still in place, this may sometimes mean that it hasn’t been inspected since its original installation.
Understandably, this can be very dangerous, with the danger of fire or electrocution being very real risks. This is why at A A Electrical, we consider rewiring and upgrading to be an extremely important service that we provide. Befitting the high importance with which we consider rewiring and upgrading, we ensure that we use only the highest quality parts and tools, as well as performing each rewiring with the utmost care and attention. You can also be assured of the excellent, comprehensive service that you will receive with all of our re-wires conducted in accordance to Part P regulations, guaranteeing the highest quality of work and reliability. Electrical Fault Finding/Repairs. 24 Hour Emergency Service. System Design & Planning. Landlords: What Are Your Electrical Responsibilities? Air Source Heat Pump Ipswich & Woodbridge. Are you in the Ipswich or Woodbridge areas and considering an Air Source Heat Pump?
We are MCS accredited, and do not employ sale-people. Our experienced and committed engineers will guide you through the quotation stage right through to installation if you chose to engage our services. Air Source Heat Pumps are a renewable alternative to heat your home and hot water. Powered by 75% air and 25% electricity (based on the Daikin Altherma low temperature air-to-water heat pump), an Air Source Heat Pump may help you to save money on your energy bills. An Air Source Heat Pump can work with new or existing radiators or underfloor heating systems. Not only could an Air Source Heat Pump help you avoid the rising cost of energy, you can also earn money to help pay the cost of installing one. How are Electric Vehicles Charged? All hybrid and full electric vehicles can be charged from a standard domestic electric socket however, due to the limited supply from a home socket, this may not be the most convenient way as it is often very slow.
Rather than trailing a power lead through an open door or window, there are dedicated charging units that can be installed on the exterior of your home, making charging more efficient. Given that private cars are usually parked overnight, most electric car owners rely on home charging to ensure that their EV is ready for use each morning. As well as being convenient, home-based overnight charging also has the advantage of being, in most cases, the cheapest time to recharge. A Government Grant of £350 inclusive of VAT is available to help cover the cost of a charge point, subject to meeting eligibility criteria. To see if this is an option for you, check out the following link: Electrician Ipswich. LED Cost Saving Lightbulbs – Are They a Good Investment?
5 Tips for Preventing Electric Shocks. Cover Sockets and Outlets Particularly if you have small children or pets, it is important to cover any potential hazardous areas.
Wall plates, light switch covers and plastic plug coverings are not just aesthetic tools, they are very important in keeping you from harm’s way. Replace Old or Damaged Equipment If equipment is old or damaged, do not let it get worse, call an electrician immediately to complete the job. Handling old or dysfunctional equipment could have fatal consequences. Don’t Overwhelm Power Outlets It’s true, there never are enough plugs when you need them, but overwhelming them with extension cords is asking for trouble. Store Electrical Goods Safely Keeping electrical goods stored in areas where water is present is a really silly idea and is a common cause of painful electric shocks.
Be Careful with Electrical Work. Best "Green Tech" for Your Home. Tips to Hiring a Qualified Electrician in Ipswich. An Electrician that has been recommended to you by a trusted friend, neighbour or family member is always a great option, as they will have been tried and tested!
If that isn’t an option, look for review schemes such as, Checkatrade and Trusted Trader. These schemes allow customers to leave reviews and comments regarding all aspects of the Electrician; quality of workmanship, reliability, price, tidiness etc. Cheapest isn’t always the best plan! If you’ve heard the expression ‘you get what you pay for’, this applies to tradesman as well as general purchases like clothing and food. The cheapest Electrician may use lower quality materials or cut corners.