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Cooker Points
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› Need a new electric cooker wiring?

› Are you thinking of replacing your old electric cooker?

It is recommended that electric cookers should have their own dedicated circuit and to be connected to a cooker control unit located within 2 meters of the appliance for a safe isolation.

If you are considering replacing an old electric cooker it is better to have the circuit wiring checked by a qualified electrician to make sure that it is suitable for the power demand of the new cooker.

In a domestic property the kitchen location is classed as a special location and requires notification under Part P of the Building Regulations to the Local Authority Building Control for the work carried out.

We can check any existing circuit wiring or install a new one together with your new electric cooker.


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Note: The Landlord and Tenant Act 1985 and the Electrical Equipment (Safety) Regulations 1994 require landlords to ensure that their electrical installations and appliances are safe when a tenancy begins, and that it is maintained in a safe condition throughout that tenancy.

One way to ensuring safety is to undertake a regular formal inspection of the fixed wiring together with any supplied electrical appliances such as cookers, kettles, toasters, washing machines and immersion heaters etc.

See Periodic Inspection & Testing, Visual Condition Reports, PAT Testing.