Electrician prices for consumer unit repair
These are example prices people have paid to have their consumer unit repaired after it displayed a fault. The prices include labour costs but may also have some materials expenses on them as well. Some of the labour time will be spent in tracking down what the fault actually is.
|Detailed Description of Work||Price/Cost||Units||Location||Last Updated|
|We are CIVIL Electrical Services - don't just plug from the web for your job - investigate history first by searching for us as CIVIL Electrical Services feedback to read what others have said about us in independent website. We go to great length to make sure your job is done to perfection. We are NICEIC reg and ELECSA reg||£150||item/job||London West TW UB KT HA SW SL||2012-08-05|
|Replacement of the old consumer unit with new unit so as to update it to the 17th edition wiring regs. these consumer units are safest way to protect your home from electrical dangers and are also the most convenient as all are individual RCBOS "trip switches". job took just over 2.5 hrs to complete||£250||item/job||Belfast||2011-06-16|
|Replace fuse box||£300||item/job||Cambridge||2006-12-17|
|Had a problem with a tripping fuse box. Called out company found through Yellow Pages. 2 hours later said he could not find the fault, even though he agreed there was one, charged me £297 and left. When i asked for a refund from the Company - they refused and said electrican had done his job. Called another electrician out, he did find a fault in a cable, charged me only £100, had no problems since. I am so angry that so many trades are getting away with this!||£297||item/job||London||2006-03-09|
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