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Based just outside Dewsbury. We manage and give advice on all types of electrical circuitry. By clear, concise communication throughout with our customers we keep things simple. This way we are able to deliver our quality promises to our customers.

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A D W DOMESTIC ELECTRICAL rated for Electrician in Dewsbury


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21 Jul 2018


Mr. David West was very good indeed he was clean tidy and did a first class job with the shower wiring David also did us some extra work, he fitted a new consumer unit where we wanted it, this is now very easy to get to, David removed the old consumer unit which was in a very tight corner above our kitchen units very hard to get to, David ran the wiring to the new unit carried out all the electrical tests a supplied us with certificates for all the work, we are very pleased with the work thanks a million

, S71

04 Jun 2018


Great job, very helpful and friendly.

, HD8

03 Mar 2018


Dave attended quickly after making the initial contact. He understood the issue and on attending he explained clearly what was required, in non-technical language. During the work he ensured we were aware of what was being done and why. With regards to costs he offers extremely cost effective support for electrical work - a name to keep handy for future work, without a doubt.

, LS15

23 Sep 2017


Very happy with service, quick to respond and considerably cheaper than expected.

, BD10

01 Sep 2017


Really pleasant, friendly and helpful. Dave turned up on time and made sure the job was done within the tight deadlines.

, LS10

10 Aug 2017


the job turned out to be more complex than at first estimated as it would have meant access through the ceiling and a re-plastering job, David explained what the problem was and it would have cost more than I wanted to pay,he was very polite and said if I wanted the job done at some future date to contact him.

, LS8

27 May 2017


Dave spent time explaining the work required and is clearly a very experienced and knowledgeable electrician. The quote for the work carried out did not change, and it took the length of time estimated. Very pleased with the work done. Would definitely use again.

, WF1

21 Mar 2017


Arrived on time, reasonable price.

, WF10

27 Oct 2016


Very efficient and friendly !

, HD5

27 Oct 2016


Knows his job very thorough and well checked and felt safe when finished

, DN6

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A D W DOMESTIC ELECTRICAL answered questions about Electrician in Dewsbury

's question
Tue 11 Nov 2014 12:42pm

I have been told I need to replace my old fuse box which uses fuse wire for a new RCD protected unit. I live in West Yorkshire. What would be a reasonable sum?

  • David West's Answer
    Tue 11 Nov 2014 15:39pm

    Hi Sue I also live and work in West Yorkshire and I normally charge between £220 and £320 for a dual RCD system depending on the size of the box. If you have a box with all RCBO's then it could be dearer. It will take an electrician a day to do. This will include all the testing and certification that goes with it as well. Also you will have to take into account that you may need new meter tails and earthing arrangements. This could cost extra depending on the electrician. One thing that you may also consider is that if there are any problems with your current electrical setup, ie...faulty wiring or bad insulation of wiring etc that is not detected by your current consumer unit but will definitely be detected by an RCD unit then these problems will need to be sorted in order for the new consumer unit to work. This will involve some fault-finding and may add to the cost. Hope this helps Regards Dave ADW Domestic Electrical

's question
Thu 16 Oct 2014 20:43pm

Wat size cable do I need to wire a . kW water heater

  • David West's Answer
    Fri 17 Oct 2014 15:52pm

    Hi Rob It depends on what Wattage the water heater is. If its a standard 3KW heater (Similar to immersion heaters) then it will need a 2.5mm cable. This however needs to be run off its own circuit from the consumer unit using a 16 Amp breaker and connected via a 20 Amp rated switch. If it is a higher Wattage...say 7KW, then you will need something more robust! A 6mm cable will be needed and up to a 32 Amp breaker. Again on its own circuit connected via a 45A Cooker type switch. Kind regards Dave ADW Domestic Electrical

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