Fault finding on kitchen circ/potential partial rewire - Electrical job in Banbury, Oxfordshire

Job description


We had a new cooker fitted on wednesday which seems to be tripping the power, the electrician who fitted it mentioned one of the cables to the isolator switch (think it was neutral) had come out and was probably the cause of our old cooker tripping the power aswell. He fixed it so it was working when he left but did mention the cable was perhaps a little too short and may not work for long(which it didn't).

Would you be able to replace the cable or lengthen it(if that is possible) as the wire is behind alot of tiles and we don't really want them taken down if possible. We live in an old house so the cable from what i can see runs from the fuse box across the beams on the ceiling and down behind the cupboard/wall.

I don't suppose you have any availability this afternoon(ideally after 3.20)? As we have been let down by an electrician we had booked for this afternoon and have been without a cooker for 3 days now. We live in Aynho.

What do you Charge an hour?

Regards Tom


Feedback for BBT Electrical Services

I invited bob to quote for a fault finding/potential part rewire of our kitchen cooker circuit as our cooker had been tripping the power constantly in the last week. Bob replied almost instantly(unlike some other electrcians i had messaged) and organised to come out the next day.

Bob was a friendly and chatty electrician whilst also getting the work done to a high standard and quickly. The price at the end was reasonable and we are happy with his work. We won't hesistate to use him again for any other jobs.