Practically everything around you requires some type of electrical installation. People rely on electricity for everything from traveling and light bulbs. An electrician consults an electrical drawing or schematic to assure he installs the electrical wiring correctly. Additionally, electricians perform a multitude of electrical installations in diverse industries, including automotive, marine and residential.

  • Home Electrical Wiring
  • UPS / Inverter Wiring Diagrams
  • Solar Panel Wiring & Installation
  • Batteries Wiring Diagrams
  • 1 Phase & 3 Phase Wiring
  • Power & Control Wiring

Residential Installations

Houses require electrical installations. For instance, brand new homes need an electrician to wire the entire house and connect the electrical wires to the power lines to receive electricity. Other items that need electrical installations include circuit breakers, wall outlets and major appliances such as dishwashers, washing machines, lights and dryers.

Power Line Installations

Power lines need a professional electrician to assure a particular area receives electricity from generating plants. These high-voltage power lines connect to the national grid and supply millions of people with electricity. However, some power lines are low voltage and assure streetlights and traffic lights receive electricity to work properly.

Commercial Installations

Commercial installations are similar to residential installations. However, commercial installations usually concentrate on larger projects such as businesses, corporations, factories and production plants. This type of installation requires that electricity spans throughout the building. During a new installation, an electrician makes sure that enough electricity gets to the particular building without overloading the circuit breaker.

Work Scope of a general Electrical Installation

  • Preparing Electrical Layout Drawings and Schematic Drawings based on Architechtural Drawings
  • Determine Electrical Specifications
  • List out Material and Component requirements
  • Decide Main Distribution Board locations
  • Lay conduits or Trunkings in the building as necessary
  • Install boxes for Switches and Sockets
  • Install Distribution Boards and Main Switches
  • Install Cables from Distribution Boards to Switches, Light/Fan points, and Socket outlets [receptacles]
  • Install Earth Electrode for the Electrical System.
  • Install Lights, Switches, Sockets and other accessories
  • Test the Installation and obtain Test Certificate
  • Obtain Service Connection from Power Utility Company
  • Ready for Commissioning of the Electrical Installation.