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Topic Title: Rewire
Topic Summary: Rewire
Created On: 30 April 2013 07:31 PM
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 30 April 2013 07:31 PM
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drbreezy

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Hi can anyone please tell me if a bathroom fan must be installed as part of a rewire or is it up to the customer? Many thanks. Also is a door bell a must also.
 30 April 2013 07:55 PM
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dickllewellyn

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A re-wire, by definition, is the act of re-wiring an installation. That is, to install new cables to replace existing.

Many clients will choose to add additional points, or alter layouts etc, but this is beyond the remit of a re-wire. If the client would like an extract fan, crack on and put one in. If you would like to install one, either do so off your own back, or sell the virtues to your client. The only thing you MUST do as part of a re-wire is to ensure you carry out all your work correctly and safely. The rest is up to you and your customer to agree.

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 01 May 2013 12:41 AM
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SKElectrical

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yes I believe doorbells are a must now.
and peepholes.

 01 May 2013 09:01 AM
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normcall

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Don't forget all accessories have to be colour co-ordinated with each room, CCTV security with automatic record, pit bull defence and deterrent system, full CAT6 network wiring. Complete with light and socket in each habitable room.
That should do it.

Just remembered, I also fit emergency lighting units in each room - just in case.

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 01 May 2013 09:15 AM
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AJJewsbury

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No norm, you've got that wrong - accessories need to be colour un-co-ordinated - for part M
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