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How to Install a Switch When You Can’t Run Wires

How to Install a Switch When You Can’t Run Wires

Most electrical wiring jobs are relatively straightforward, but there are situations where adding a switch is either impossible or incredibly expensive due to cabling limitations. Adding a switch on the patio out to the pool pump or spa would normally mean a whole lot...
5 Things to Think About Before Buying LED Bulbs

5 Things to Think About Before Buying LED Bulbs

It seems like only yesterday that we all moved to CFL (compact fluorescent) bulbs from traditional incandescent globes as a way to cut energy costs, reduce heat and be kinder to the environment. In the past year or so LED (light emitting diode) bulbs have been coming...
Powerboards With USB Chargers

Powerboards With USB Chargers

One of our team has been testing out the new HPM powerboards with inbuilt USB charger over the past month. These are awesome pieces of kit and come with either switched or no switched options. The ones with switches are powerful enough to fast-charge two iPads or an...
Energy Saving Light Bulbs for Downlights

Energy Saving Light Bulbs for Downlights

If you have halogen downlights, you are literally burning money every time you switch them on. Halogen downlights are energy intensive (a standard halogen downlight draws as much power as an old fashioned 60W globe). But in most houses, you never see a lone halogen...
Looking for Quality Electrical Points & Switches?

Looking for Quality Electrical Points & Switches?

HPM – Extra Safe Power points Looking for safe power points? Tradesmen on Time use and recommend HPM Extra Safe power points. These are the safest domestic power point on the market as they have rotating shutters which keep the outlet closed when not in use....
Halogen Downlights vs LED Downlights

Halogen Downlights vs LED Downlights

A common question we get asked is which is better – Halogen Downlights vs LED Downlights? Halogen downlights were a very popular lighting choice for home decorating in the 90’s and early noughties. Whilst they are a very white, bright light and are...

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