New ceiling light
Installing steel wire armoured cable (SWA)
Testing main bonding to gas
A busy consumer unit
New hot tub arriving by crane over house
Meter boxes with new metal covers installed
New downlighters in boarded, plastered, and painted ceiling (all by Current Standard Electric)
Damaged meter boxes before metal covers added
A dual RCD consumer unit
Dan installing lights in parking lot with cherry picker
Digging trench for buried cable for new hot tub in back yard.
An overheated junction box partially melted discovered under insulation in loft
An older 16th edition board with only one RCD protecting only the sockets but not the lights. A typical arrangement at that time.
A light that had been installed such that the lamp was contacting the connection block, causing it to melt.
An example of a well and truly rusted socket outlet mounted in an exterior wall in a solid stone built house.
An older square D board where the main isolator has fallen away from bus bar.
A cooker hood for low ceilings (Maan)
The cherry picker ready for installing the parking lot lights
New electric towel rail controlled by a remote thermostat
A newly installed 10watt LED PIR operated spot light
Serious damp sneaking in to an exterior wall socket outlet
A very overheated non-fire rated GU10 halogen downligher.
Heat damage caused by GU10 downlighters that lack a fire rated housing.