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Order of making good after a house has been rewired.
I am having an old wychert house rewired then it will need to be plastered (lime) painted and wall fitting replaced etc. What is the recommended order please.
1 Answer from a MyBuilder Electrician
hi order should be along the lines of
electrical - first fix ( wiring in correct places)
plastering - where needed
painting - every room
electrical - second fix ( connection of sockets/lighting pendents ext)
hope this helps
Answered 14th May 2015
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