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Another great advantage is that cabling during construction can be done all around the house so you never have to worry about where exactly you’ll be placing all your appliances such as the television, sound system, computer, etc. Change the location of appliances easily without having to call the electrician each time you read up on some Feng Shui article. Just make sure that when the house is being built, the electrician remembers to place wall sockets in all the corners and places around the house that seem convenient for device usage.
Economical. While it may seem that cable installation during the building process could empty your pockets at the last stage of construction; that is certainly not the case. It is much more economical than calling the electrician each time you want him to drill up a few walls to install some wiring. This is because no matter how much time goes by or how many more electrical devices you add to your house; a well structured wiring plan will keep you free of worry. Ensure that wires are present behind the walls in all rooms instead of just the main ones because you never know what kind of use you’ll make of those rooms later on in life. It will save you a lot of work and expenses later on because you’ll always be all geared up to add new components whenever you want. Helps Reduce Energy Costs. Remember to pre-cable for climate control devices to make everything quite convenient and automatic. This will save you a lot of money when it comes to energy consumption and you can invest those savings in other better quality appliances. Security systems. Talk with your electrician, architect or security alarm company about making provision for the cables required for a security alarm system. Installing all of the cables during construction will save you a fortune. You will also have the peace of mind of knowing that you have the wiring in place for the main control panel and all the necessary sensors.
Safety. Since the wires are completely hidden instead of being exposed, you no longer have to worry about children playing with wires. The wires will remain protected as well, reducing the risk of them being damaged. You should even think about the lighting outside, so that the wiring doesn’t get worn out quickly because of the sun or weather changes.
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Every home needs effective heat sources to make it habitable and comfortable to live in. Although space heating from the sun as a natural source may seem like a nice idea, its suitability is very limited considering New Zealand experiences four seasons. Among the four seasons, only summer can be depended upon for room and home heating. Electric options are, however, more efficient and reliable.
Factors to consider when planning how to heat a New Zealand home: Suitability: Before you buy any electric appliance to heat your home, you first need to consider its suitability and main purpose. There are heat appliances that can be used for a short duration, while others can be permanently installed for long term needs. You may need a convective appliance, (either thermostat controlled or manually operated) and one that will not attract huge energy bills. The size of such electric appliances also matters a lot in relation to efficiency and energy consumption. Energy conservation: You will want to consider options which do not consume a lot of energy. You can look for an energy star label. The energy star is an emblem used to signify energy efficiency. Thermostat controlled appliances are also highly recommended, as they only turn on when needed. Efficiency and cost of operation: You need to have a heat source that is both efficient and reliable. Thermostat operated appliances have proven to be more efficient that manually controlled ones. This is because you only need to set a comfortable temperature, and the automated system will maintain it at all times. At other times, these devices may automatically switch off if no one is in the house. This helps reduce energy bills remarkably. Electric heaters: These are the most commonly used option in the whole of New Zealand. This is basically because electricity is readily available and is 100% clean. Electric heaters range from radiant panels, portable heaters, permanent heaters, heat pumps, and oil distributed heaters and bar heaters. For increased efficiency, electric heaters can be used together with fans to distribute warm air through controlled air ducts. Heat pumps: These are becoming increasingly popular in NZ. Heat pumps absorb heat form an outside source, and redirect it into the house through a device known as a heat exchanger. They are useful all year round to help regulate the temperature in your home. In summer time they act as an air conditioning (cooling) unit for your home. Heat pumps are highly efficient as heat transfer is fast. Solar heating: This is the most energy efficient way of heating up rooms for a long time efficiently. Solar heaters mainly operate on solar energy, where the energy from the sun is used to heat up water in roof mounted units. The hot water is then directed via radiant tubes to all rooms of the house. Heat radiation from these radiant pipes helps keep the rooms warm for a long time. Solar panels can also be installed to capture solar energy, convert it into electricity, which can also be used to power heat pumps and other electric heat devices. However, solar heating is only efficient during sunny days and when the weather is hot. An alternative may be required during winter and colder days.
Room ventilation and fans: Room ventilation plays a key role in keeping your home comfortable. A well ventilated house (sealed during cold seasons) contributes to how effectively a room can contain heat and for how long. There are electric room ventilation units that employ fan and wind energy to pump clean air into the rooms. These are especially effective during on hot and humid nights. Fans can also help distribute heat energy from heat pumps, room heaters and oil based heaters effectively. Special fans are, however, needed to ensure the hot air is evenly distributed around the house.Lire la suite …
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Whether you’re building a new home or thinking about buying a new one, it is extremely important for you to understand how the interior cabling, designed to accommodate all sorts of technologies in your house will work. Such interior cabling will not only be responsible for making the lights and fans work, but will take care of all your entertainment and communication as well such as televisions, computers, telephones, home theatre, music systems, etc. A well thought out cabling plan will deliver electricity to every point in your home, as and when required.
This is where you need to know about electrical pre-wiring. Such wiring runs inside the walls or under the floors of the house, instead of looking like ugly vines on the outside. Since technologies keep evolving, it is possible for many types of signals to pass through the ethernet instead of requiring different or special wires for different devices. The ethernet can be described as a digital cable technology that works very quickly, is easy to install and is low in cost too. Reliability. If you’re thinking of being a technology pioneer and setting up your whole house the wireless way, then you’d better think again. Wireless signal transmissions may sound and seem really cool but they will totally kill your fun when it comes to functionality. To begin with, wireless signal transmissions will never be half as great as those hard-wired ones, if the space is too big. So if you’re moving into a decent sized house instead of a box, then the performance is quite likely to be disappointing. If you increase the distance between the devices then it is quite possible that the signal will be lost completely. So if you don’t want to sit on that couch with your head in your hands, fuming about your wrong decision, then play it safe and go for electrical cabling instead.
Aesthetically pleasing. This is all about putting the cables behind the walls or having them hidden underneath the floor boards. Since the cabling never shows, you don’t have to worry about your place looking like an ugly jungle of wires. Focus on aesthetics and you’ll never worry have to about where the guests sit whenever you have someone over. Now you can also mount your television or a set of surround sound speakers on the wall, without having to worry about the wiring showing.Lire la suite …
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Understanding the real importance of efficient commercial electrical installations and repairs for businesses, is vital for any commercial electrical firm. New Buildings New buildings should be electrically pre-wired so that cost savings can be maximised later on. Electrical pre-wiring is economical and the cables last longer because of reduced damage, compared to exposed wiring. It also offers versatility as your new building can be extensively pre-wired, often future proofing your electrical cabling needs. Walls and floors won’t have to be damaged later on, for post-construction cabling. Sockets can easily be installed in multiple locations in case some equipment is shifted later on or if new electronics are added. As technologies keep on evolving, it is obvious that most businesses will need to add new machinery and appliances to gain or maintain a competitive edge. Electrical pre-wiring will allow for that without the need to call an electrician again and again.
Office Re-Fits Some offices and factories that are of an older design may need electrical re-fits and upgrades. Office re-fits can involve extensive work such as installing new wires within walls or surface cabling. Often, additional cabling is required for extra electronic devices. This may involve cable management planning and the relocation of wires and sockets for maximum efficiency. If sockets are installed close to the location of new electronic devices, it means less visible and potentially unsafe cabling will be required in the working environment. Obviously, existing older buildings cannot be pre-wired but skilled electricians with a good cabling plan can create excellent results for your commercial electrical requirements. Shop Fittings Cabinets and display units in certain commercial premises may need lighting of their own to make it easier to showcase objects or to find things easily. Such shop fittings need their own cabling. When shop fittings are added to existing buildings, you’ll need the services of a skilled electrical contractor. The wiring can be installed through the walls and added into the cabinets or shelves by drilling small holes that can often be hidden from view. Appropriate lighting within the display cabinets can then be installed to showcase products or provide adequate light for staff. Lighting Design Offices are meant to be bright and well lit so as to ensure that the people working there remain active and can do their work without difficulty. For these reasons, office lighting design may incorporate both ceiling and wall fixtures. If pre-wiring was possible during construction, more lighting can easily be added as required. Computers and lamps that may be placed on office desks will need to be connected to wall or floor sockets. Once again, this is another reason to pre-wire during construction if at all possible. Computer Networking Computer networks may need the Ethernet and the internet. These will allow efficient and quick signal transmissions, making it easier to conduct work. Also, for these computers to be linked together, digital cable technology might be needed. Once again, pre-wire if possible. The less wiring that is visible in the office environment results in better aesthetics and improves safety in the office. Telephone Extensions Even though traditional telephones may be going out of fashion with evolving technologies, it goes without saying that telephones are still needed in offices in order to communicate with external as well as internal parties. If you are pre-wiring, extensions should be located all around the workplace so that telephones can be added later on if the need arises, without having to call in the electrician. Telephone extension cabling is not normally expensive.
Commercial Heating Installation Employ the services of an experienced electrical heating contractor to prepare an installation plan for you. Heating equipment required for commercial premises often differs greatly to that used in domestic situations. Installing the correct heating appliances along with thermostat controls will create a comfortable work environment, improve productivity and save on energy consumption.Lire la suite …
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H.O. Electric is your residential Electrical Specialist. We are an electrical contracting company providing homeowners the best electric repair service in the Greater Boston area. We service Greater Boston, North Shore, South Shore, Metro West, and everywhere in between with fast same day service. If you are looking for an electrician for your project, remember: big or small, H.O. Electric does it all.
Background: H.O. Electric is a full-service, licensed, and insured company. We have been expertly serving the Greater Boston area since 1990. Our Award-winning electrical company provides same day service, up front pricing, a 100% satisfaction guarantee, and the best warranty available! Being one of the few true family owned companies, we thrive on repeat and referral business. We are thankful to our wonderful customers that keep calling us back for additional work. We are fortunate to have a team of ethical, customer-oriented professionals. Our employees are people who are highly motivated and skilled at what they do; they bring excitement and ambition to our company. This is what makes us “Greater Boston’s On-Time Electrician”!
Services: Our technicians are trained in lighting placement, lighting control options, upgrade options and general requirements, as set forth by the national electrical code. We can make recommendations on available upgrades to enhance your system. We take pride in completing your job with no damage to your home. We also specialize in snaking wires into walls, not along baseboards like some less experienced companies do. We provide all phases of wiring for your home.Lire la suite …
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Fault Finding and Maintenance Regular maintenance of your electrical system and equipment could help stop future problems occurring and give you peace of mind with regard to the safety of your system. Our certified electricians can arrange periodic checks of your installation at a date and time to suit you. Fuse Board (Consumer Board) renewal/repairs
Fuse board rewiring or renewal can be completed for all types of boards, together with advise on the most suitable board for your requirements or application. This will include safety earth bonding in accordance with IEE Wiring Regulations. Home Networking - TV - Computers - Telephone Working from home or home computing is an ever increasing part of our lives, if you require additional TV, Telephone or Internet connections we will be able to install and advise to achieve the best possible results. Inspection, Testing and Electrical Reports Have you lived at the same home for a number of years? Just moved in? Or looking to rent your property? It is recommended that your electrical system is periodically inspected, normally every ten years or when you judge it is necessary, maybe due to a change of use. Electricians in Greenwich will visit your home and carry out a complete inspection and test all of your electrical circuits followed by a comprehensive detailed report on the status of your electrical system. Electrical Alterations/Additions At Home Whether you require a complete rewire or alterations to your electrical system including additions, we will be able to offer complete solutions taking full advantage of new methods and technologies to suit your requirements. This can include home office solutions, extra telephone sockets or TV points. Appliance Connections If you require a new cooker, hob, dishwasher, washing machine or dryer connection in your home or you require your existing connections tested including your earth bonding Electricians in Greenwich can help and advise. Emergency Call-Out We will endeavour to respond to a emergency call-out within one hour of receiving your call. There is absolutely no call-out charge or hidden charges all costs are agreed prior to the work being started. Earth Bonding Update
This can only be carried out by a qualified electrician and the regulations are being updated on a regular basis, please ask a member of our team for advice. This is a very important part of your electrical installation from a safety perspective. Extractor Fans and Hoods If you're installing an extractor fan or hood or just replacing these, ensure your kitchen odours are removed safely by using a qualified electrician.Lire la suite …