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Hi All

I just have my Kitchen done with new sockets, lights etc and they have provided a certificate with only the hob and cooker and it says its an addition.

Would this not come under new and should they included the new lights, light switches installed and plug sockets? I don't want to cause the guy any bother but I want to make sure that I have the correct certificate.Captureddd.PNG

Thanks
Stu
 
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Its an addition to the electrical installation as a whole. if they've added lights and sockets then you would also need a certificate with a minor works being the minimum. Maybe the hob is on a new circuit and was installed by an electrician and the rest has been chucked in by the kitchen fitters.
 

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Changing switches and sockets like for like does not need a cert. only if there’s any changes to the circuits (minor works) or they are new circuits entirely.
 
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Hi All

I just have my Kitchen done with new sockets, lights etc and they have provided a certificate with only the hob and cooker and it says its an addition.

Would this not come under new and should they included the new lights, light switches installed and plug sockets? I don't want to cause the guy any bother but I want to make sure that I have the correct certificate.View attachment 56266

Thanks
Stu

This was all new cabling aswell, thanks for all of your advise :)
 
If it was run from the consumer unit then it requires an electrical installation certificate and it is also notifiable to labc. if it was added to existing sockets then it requires a minor electrical works certificate.
 
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What actually, did you have done. Gotta be more specific.
The person removed all my old cables from my kitchen, then ran all new ones making new plug sockets, led lighting, new light switchs Hob, Cooker as everything was moving around.

Thanks all for your replies so far.

Cheers
Stu
 

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The person removed all my old cables from my kitchen, then ran all new ones making new plug sockets, led lighting, new light switchs Hob, Cooker as everything was moving around.

Thanks all for your replies so far.

Cheers
Stu
As the circuits have just been altered, I would suggest a Minor Works Certificate would of been suitable.

When I was doing kitchen refurbishments, the online software I used, required one for each circuit. Other types can be just one certificate.
 
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