Electrical Rewire of a Tudor Period Manor House
The early Tudor manor house (c. 1470) with its original features such as the 16th century kitchen all had to be specifically planned for during the proposed works. The nature of the electrical rewire had to ensure that all the original features were not damaged in anyway and that the function of the building was maintained throughout the work.
Our electricians worked closely with the owners to ensure they understand the programme of works on a day by day basis and to identify any particularly sensitive areas or feature of the building. This allowed the owner to carry out their own planning and arrangements.
The project was a success and completed within the time frame. There was no damaged to the manor in the works that we undertook and the feedback from the project was very positive.