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As the title asks, Which wholesaler is your preferred option and why? Is it really just a price decision? I'm Essex based, using CEF and Screwfix. The CEF staff, at least at the Romford branch, are second to none! Unfortunately the corp' website is...
im a sole trader in glasgow and ive been doing some thinking. I dont like the way my current wholesaler operates (CEF) I particularly dont like the way it takes ages to get an order together if i ask for prices on the reciept. The other option is to guesstimate the price of what im buying (not...
We have a new 3 phase 200A supply installed which is to supply 4 flats & a low load landlord supply. We need to source 95mm singles that will connect from the ukpn 3 phase head into a stand alone isolator which will then connect into a 3 phase distribution board that will supply the 4 flat...
We have been having a few issues this week with faulty gear from click scolmore, blue lugs snapping off the bezels on inceptor micro downlights, mode double sockets only working on one side etc. When I spoke to quality control today I am the only wholesaler in the uk with these...
I've been looking at LED bulb prices for gu10's and it seems the best place to buy them at the moment is online my wholesaler can't even get close on some of the prices on certain bulbs.
Have you lot noticed the same or do I just get bad prices?
is it just me...when I'm at my wholesaler there's not much chat between sparks, just customer and wholesaler. let alone any reference to prices charged etc, yet when I pop into the plumbers merchant next door....loads of chat and discussion on prices.
it is so competetive in Brighton that...
- Electrical wholesale branch manager position
- Full responsibility for the profit, loss and overall performance of this branch in Slough
- Responsible for the management of 17 branch staff
- The UK's largest independent electrical wholesaler
ive been asked to fit a bell for warehouse. I went to wholesaler and they gave me a fire alarm bell which runs on 24volts and a chunky 12 volt transfomer. I rigged it up temporarily and it didnt sound that great.
Is it bettter i use a 24 volt tranny
can anyome reccomend a...
Just been down to the afore mentioned outlet. GU10 fire rated downlight kit 10 fittings and lamps £49.99, got 3 sets. Erabruer 24v SDS drills, look the business and 2 batteries, rotory stop etc, £149.00. didn't get one though. But these are good prices for anyone who isn't aware of them.;)
board is 7 years old with no rcd it has Ge breakers in and one breaker has been replaced with a volex mcb.
i have been told by my local wholesaler that a wylex rcbo will fit in in this board are they corect as i am doing aditions on the bathroom lighting and require...
Recently had my first Elecsa assessment, I have been accepted subject to the rectification of a couple of non conformances, one of which was the lack of a periodic inspection sticker that you stick on the front of a CU stating date inspected and date of next inspection etc, does anyone...
I have a customer with an indoor swimming pool where the lights (low voltage at the switch) are switched from a standard 4 gang MK light switch, she's now trying to get building regs for this (it was built 4 years ago) and building control are insisting on a IP44 (zone 2) rated light switch -...
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