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Fuse Box Upgrades

Supplied & installed from £556+VAT

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Tired of the limitations of an outdated fuse box? Our team offers cutting-edge fuse box installation for homes and businesses, ensuring safety and adding value to your property. With our focus on safety and reliability, our installations offer peace of mind. We’re known for transparent, efficient communication, eliminating the frustration of unreturned calls. Our exceptional service and craftsmanship mean your electrical needs are expertly handled. Interested in upgrading your electrical system? Contact us to discover how we can enhance the safety and efficiency of your property. Let’s ensure your electrical system is safe and up-to-date!

Did you know that your consumer unit is a critical safeguard for your home and family against electrical risks? Often referred to as a fuse board, it’s the cornerstone of electrical safety, performing two essential roles. It not only protects your cables and appliances from overload and potential fires but also shields you and your loved ones from the dangers of electric shocks. Understanding its importance can help ensure the safety and functionality of your electrical system.

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"Richard was very helpful throughout the process, giving us advice along the way. The work carried out we were very happy with!! Will certainly be using again and would definitely recommend."
Emma Leonard
"I have come to expect an excellent service from Richard in everything he does. He handled the installation of the electrical socket and Integrated microwave perfectly still trying to find something Richard will find challenging."
Nana Baiden
"Excellent service. Richard replaced 2 hard wired smoke alarms in our office. He was really polite and got the job done quickly. Received a text confirming he was on his way and received phone calls to ask how the work went. Would recomend."
Alan Glithero
"We are really pleased with the work Richard did for us. His advice was really helpful and his quote was competitive. He turned up on time each day and got on with the work agreed. We’re pleased with how everything looks and he kindly dropped some additional cables in a few days later. We’ve used him twice now and we will be using him again for sure."
Sarah Feasey
"We had a great experience with Mr. Fuse Box. Great communication from start to finish. Richard did a fantastic job fitting our pendant light. Really friendly and knowledgeable. We will definitely use the company in future."
Lauren Waldron
"Easy and efficient booking system, updated all the way and a reminder when Richard was on his way. Richard was lovely and professional and nothing was too much trouble. Highly recommend. "
Felicity Willis


We cover Bexley and surrounding post codes.

You should consider replacing your consumer unit if you experience frequent tripping of circuit breakers, fuses blowing often, any burning smell or unusual noises coming from the unit, or if your current unit doesn’t have a Residual Current Device (RCD). Additionally, if your unit is very old (over 25 years) or not compliant with current electrical regulations, it’s advisable to replace it for safety and efficiency.

The cost of replacing a consumer unit can vary significantly based on the size of the unit. On average, the cost can range from £550 to £1000+. It’s best to contact us so we can assess your specific needs.

The replacement typically takes a day or less for most homes. However, this can vary based on the complexity of your electrical system and the condition of existing wiring. Preparations and post-installation checks might add to this time.

Often, when replacing an older consumer unit, it’s advisable to check the entire electrical system. This includes assessing the wiring, outlets, and appliances for compatibility and safety. In some cases, additional upgrades might be necessary to comply with current electrical codes and ensure overall safety.

The choice of a consumer unit depends on the size of your home, the number of circuits required, and specific safety features like RCDs and circuit breakers. It’s essential to choose a unit that meets current electrical standards and is suitable for the electrical load of your home. Consulting with a qualified electrician is the best way to ensure you select the appropriate unit.