A well designed and installed electrical installation is an essential factor in the overall quality of any new or refurbished property. An architect is able to design the most beautiful building, but without good quality lighting, the full potential of the construction is never realised. Let us help with your lighting designs; we have a wealth of experience and knowledge.
In a modern building, specialist services are required to be installed to control heating, access systems, internet access, CCTV, television signals, lighting controls, security systems and much more. Why speak to several specialist contractors when you can turn to Breese and Earle Electrical Services Ltd, who will provide a complete turnkey solution for all electrical services? We have twenty eight years experience designing and installing building services within, homes of distinction, offices, churches, factories and schools.
Breese and Earle Electrical Services Ltd are happy to work with architects and construction professionals at pre-tender stage to help with the planning and design of a projects building services. We can assist with the following areas:
- Compliance with Building Regulations
- Lighting design
- Utility services
- Energy conservation
- AutoCAD drawings
- Lighting control systems
- Audio visual systems
- Data installations
- Satellite, cable and terrestrial television distribution systems
- CCTV installations
- Security systems
- Gate and access control systems
- Control systems for heating systems
- Project budgets and costing
Mechanical and electrical building consultant engineers are essential components in the construction industries professional team. Generally their services are used on large multi million pound projects, but where does an architect or construction professional turn to if the construction project is not large enough to justify their appointment? Breese and Earle Electrical Services Ltd can fill that void. We are happy to discuss your project needs and offer free advice and consultation before your projects go out to tender.