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Electrician Partick Glasgow

Partick Tip No. 1 — Pamper your contact database You wouldn't try to manage your accounting and job costing with everyone keeping track of their own (with little or no management oversight), yet many contractors keep their contacts in haphazard systems, ranging from business card files to personal Microsoft Outlook files. Even those companies that do have a consolidated contact management system rarely have clean, complete, and current data in their files ( The Three Cs of Contact Data Management ). Your first step in improving your business development processes should be to consolidate all your contacts into one central database. Most companies use Microsoft Exchange for e-mail, and simply using a public folder for contacts can work well. Beyond that, there are many customer relationship management (CRM) systems out there that can be customized to fit your needs. Make sure that this becomes an ongoing activity with regular reporting to show you the status of contacts


An artist\'s rendition of the Tesla Model III £30K ELECTRIC CAR EXPECTED TO APPEAL TO THE  MASSES 04 SEP   2014 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR Tesla Motors, the company responsible for producing the all-electric Model S, a car that Consumer Reports rated the “Best Car Ever Tested” in 2013, is expected to today announce plans to build a new $5 billion dollar plant in Nevada which will produce electric car batteries for their upcoming 2017 model. Being dubbed the “Gen III,” the new Tesla all-electric car is expected to have a range of 200 miles per charge and retail for approximately $35,000 dollars – A price point which is expected to appeal to the masses. The Tesla “Gigafactory” is projected to produce 500,000 battery packs for electric cars each year by 2020. Sources familiar with the project have indicated that the Nevada location was selected due to its proximity to America’s only active lithium mine. Designed to reduce battery costs by 30 percent, the Gigafactory is Te


ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR GLASGOW In tough economic times like we have endured over the past several years, businesses in and around Glasgow , have struggled to survive and make ends meet doing the thing they have been doing for the past few years. The landscape has changed advertising has changed even the way we communicate has changed. Our customers come to our company from all different sources and if you have not moved with the times you will be left behind and will suffer the dire business and economic consequences. We are based in the Westend of Glasgow and cover Glasgow - south side Glasgow ( Clarkston )- Glasgow north - East end Glasgow and Renfrewshire. we continue to grow on a daily basis and are consistently looking for new opportunities to grow and enhance our visibility across all levels of media. The most interesting thing is that in 2014 it dosnt cost in actual cold cash to get yourself out the intact you can basically get business all week 24 hours a day for free j


WES ELECTRICAL - 01418405236 If you live in Clarkston Glasgow or Giffnock in the south side of Glasgow In Scotland It’s technically known as a consumer unit but it’s more commonly referred to as a fuse board , main box or even a fuse box. They are the heart of a home’s wiring system;  fuse boxes work to distribute electricity to circuits in the house . Prior to the arrival of mini circuit breakers (MCBs), the older type of consumer unit feature a horizontal row of fuses. New consumer units are more pleasing on the eye, and they have “toggles” so when they trip they just need flipping back up. Needless to say they are much safer. Pre-1950 fuse boxes still exist but their numbers are low, and because it’s common for them to have exposed live parts these units should always be regarded with caution. Different types of consumer units and fusebox There’s a wide range of consumer units available in the UK, from leading and well respected manufactures such as Volex, Legrand


Consumer Unit guide to the 17th edition Wiring Regulations  For Glasgow and Renfrewshire For well over one hundred years  the Wiring Regulations IN scotland and in Glasgow where we are based,  have provided the rules which must be followed to make sure that electrical installations are safe. The introduction of the 17th Edition of the Wiring Regulations on the 1st January 2008 has major implications for all Electrical Contractors   Glasgow , Designers and Consultants. Installations designed from 1st July 2008  must  comply with this new set of Regulations. Several new Regulations will have an impact upon circuit design and consumer unit layout. This guide below will help you understand the new Wiring Regulations and current Building Regulations, providing the necessary facts to construct compliant installations including  Consumer Units . Since 2005 the Building regulations for England and Wales has made direct reference to  Electrical Installations , increasing the influence


Electrical main boards Glasgow Contact us - - 01418405236 When it comes time to upgrade your consumer unit / older fusebox in your home, you need to take into account several things that will effect how much you are going to spend. Firstly you should always consult a qualified electrician before any electrical work is undertaken on you consumer unit . secondly you would need to know how many circuits you have in your home, for example you will have one circuit for your lighting downstairs and one circuit for your upstairs lighting. also you will have a socket circuit in the form of a ring circuit , you would have a shower circuit and cooker circuit also. The more circuits you have the bigger the main board you will need to power you home. you will also need to take into consideration if you would choose to install a board with rcd protection. Most new boards come with an rcd protected circuit board but you can buy ones that don't. The iss


What you MUST know before replacing your fuse board Having made the decision to replace your old fuse board, it is important to ensure that this important job is completed by a competent electrician . Think of your fuse board as the main hub of your home – its the ‘thinking centre’ to all electrical aspects in your home. If the job is carried out incorrectly, your home will be in a dangerous condition and your family is then at risk from electrical harm. Firstly, I will outline the main reasons why you may need or want to upgrade your old fuse board to a new 17th Edition Consumer Unit: You are having some other electrical work carried out and need to comply with the regulations. Your old fuse board is overloaded and starting to cause problems for the remainder of the installation. Your wiring installation is in poor condition but you cannot afford a rewire, changing to a 17th Edition Consumer Unit will offer some protection. Whatever the reason upgrading an old consume