In an era of busy schedules, finding enough time to enjoy your time with your loved ones can become a scarcity. Our smart home installation service offer’s you the latest innovations to solve this problem. We intelligently integrate your home with the help of advanced electronics and technologies. This way, you can spare less time dealing with household chores and spend more time relaxing and enjoying your life.
Smart home systems offer you considerable beneficial features that bring together your lighting, music and TV systems, heating & cooling, security, shades and gate entrance devices. By using your own iPad and iPhone, or custom in-wall touchscreen devices, you can control all aspects of your house from a central point.
More and more houses in the UK, including renovations and new builds in Bristol and surrounding area are now designed with a smart home technology in mind. In the future, connected homes will become a priority in every property to make our lives easier.
Smarter Electrical have the best wired & wireless CCTV (close circuit television) systems available from a large variety of suppliers, our professional engineers and technicians are trained and qualified to provide the best quality workmanship and advice.
We will tailor every install to your own personal security requirements, as well as your budget and business restrictions, and you can be rest assured that all the equipment we supply is of the highest quality.
- Full site survey before installation to ensure that all of your CCTV cameras are placed in their optimal positions for the safety of your business.
- Installation of cameras regardless of type
- Full demo of how the system works and training on how to use it effectively and to its full capacity
- Answers to any questions that you may have about your CCTV system, cameras or use.
Our electricians can help you with any electrical repairs, installations and electrical fault finding in your home.
Do you struggle to find someone to do the smaller jobs? No job is too small for us and our hourly rate is very competitive. We can help you with any of the following and if it’s not on the list just ask!
- Electrical fault-finding and diagnosis
- Emergency call out service
- Replace a socket/add additional sockets
- Change an extractor fan
- Repair or replace fuse boxes/consumer units
- Move and install lighting fixtures
- Rewiring – full or partial
- Install ceiling fans, shaver points
- Install smoke, Carbon Monoxide
- Electrics installed to garages, sheds and out buildings
- Garden electrics, including pond lights, installing and changing bulbs in motion sensor lighting and protected waterproof sockets for outdoor lighting or lawnmowers and tools.
TEST AND INSPECTION
A Periodic Inspection is an inspection on the condition of an existing electrical installation, to identify (in order of priority) any deficiencies against the national safety standard for electrical installations.
A periodic inspection will:
- Reveal if any of your electrical circuits or equipment is overloaded
- Find any potential electrical shock risks and fire hazards in your electrical installation
- Identify any defective DIY electrical work
- Highlight any lack of earthing or bonding
Tests are also carried out on wiring and associated fixed electrical equipment to check that it is safe.
PAT testing is short for Portable Appliance testing and is the recognized way for companies and businesses to ensure that their electrical equipment is safe for use by their staff and members of the public who enter their premises.
There is currently no strict legal requirement for PAT testing. The Government however has put regulations into place that pertain to the maintenance of electrical appliances and the most effective way to ensure that these regulations are met is through PAT testing.
The UK Health and Safety Executive along with insurance companies will expect you to perform PAT testing to ensure that you are compliant with certain regulations including:
- Health and Safety at Work Act of 1974
- The Electricity at Work Regulations of 1989
- The Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations of 1998
- The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations of 1999