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Mewff91

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Hi all just a quick one

Im looking at joining elecsa later on this month.
Im just starting out so havent got a great deal of work to show the assesor.

However i am in the process if installing a new lighting circuit for the upstairs bedrooms and i will also be putting lighting and a socket in the loft.

Any ideas if this will be ok for the assesment? Or the type of jobs you did for yours?


Thanks in advance
 
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This may not be enough, but phone up ELECSA and see what they say. Many people (including me) do a consumer unit change on their own house as the major example of work for their first assessment.
 
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Thanks for the reply!

Thing is my house is a new build so cu doesnt need changing!

I comtacted them and they said ut may be enough just wanted to see what you guys thought.

Might be able to do a cu change on my parents house though.
 
Consumer change at your parents would be enough
 
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