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michufc

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hi i am registered with the nic eic domestic installer scheme and one of my customers is in charge of a lot of churchs i have done i lot of work in some of the houses they own and they want me now to sort the churches out

is this ok to you should see what sort of a state they are in

cheers for the help
 
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sivoodoo

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Always see the job first before you take it on, old buildings such as churches may not have any form of instaltion upgrade for years, quite a challenge but interesting work, good luck.
 
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kung

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Also most churchs i have worked on are 3ph
 
K

kung

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Hi Michufc
The D.I.Scheme wont cover your work in churches but 17th ed will help best to ask LABC what they require.
Regards
Tony.
 
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michufc

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Hi Michufc
The D.I.Scheme wont cover your work in churches but 17th ed will help best to ask LABC what they require.
Regards
Tony.
i have got my 17th edition any other advise would be gratefull
 
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kung

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do an initial inspection/periodic report on installation to ascitain what is required to bring the churches upto bs7671 then price job and give quote complete with photos and diagrams of your findings/report.
regards
Tony.
 
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michufc

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do an initial inspection/periodic report on installation to ascitain what is required to bring the churches upto bs7671 then price job and give quote complete with photos and diagrams of your findings/report.
regards
Tony.
but i am ok to carry out the work though
 
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a church is not classed as a domestic dwelling the same way as a nursing home all be it people live there
it me be the house of god if you have the cheek to put his name on the cert
 
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kung

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Yes as long as it complies with bs7671 your covered but as with all other jobs if your rewiring etc you will need a certificate best to check with LABC before you start
 
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michufc

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thank you to all its cleared it up for me cheers all the best in this tricky climate

cheers mike
 
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