There’s so much to consider when you want to install a new electric cooker. You’ll need to think about the connection and fuse, live wiring, circuit and cables. And when it comes to working with electricity, there are safety risks to bear in mind too.
The only tradesperson who can install your new electric cooker safely and within regulations, is a Part P qualified electrician. They are certified to do work in and around your home, and get assessed regularly.
Your electrician will follow all electric cooker installation guidelines and safely remove your old appliance. They’ll check if your current circuit and fuse meet the energy demand of your new cooker. And if everything is in order, they’ll connect your new appliance and test it before they go.
When you need to get work done that involves your home’s wiring, you want to make sure you hire someone who has the right qualifications and experience. And finding someone local to you can be difficult and time consuming.
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