NEWS & INSIGHTS from Maintenance Services Electrical 

Outside lighting is important in a warehouse setting
The MSE team likes a challenge. For one of our clients the lack of lighting on this service road was a health and safety concern. 
Trailers often parked next to the building so floodlighting mounted directly to the side wall would be blocked. 
Our solution was to instal 10 6-metre stanchions with LED floodlight units to project the light over the trailers and cover the road. These provided a perfect spread of light along the service road and staff members were impressed by how much the area and the car park opposite have been improved. 
Electrical upgrades for a charming cottage in Pitsford Northamptonshire
It was a pleasure to help out with electrical upgrades for this pretty little cottage in our neighbouring village of Pitsford. 
The work included lighting alterations, power additions, RING cameras and bells and an electrical inspection condition report (EICR). We even hung some mirrors and other fixtures to get everything ready, although that’s not usually part of the service. 
You can find out all about it on AirBnB
artist's impression of a new self-build project.
The MSE team is delighted to handle the electrical installation for an extraordinary self-build project in rural South Northamptonshire. 
We’ll be getting underway soon and will keep you updated. In the meantime, here are some things to think about for new build and self-build projects. 
Garden tools can but through outdoor electrical cables
Are you considering some gardeing this Easter weekend? Many keen gardeners will be busy digging, planting and remodelling. 
It’s important to be aware of the possibility that there are buried electrical cables and to use electrical equipment safely outdoors. 
Contact with high voltage underground electricity cables can be fatal. Everyone is encouraged to simply think about the risk of a potential electric shock before breaking the ground. 
Newly installed dual EV charging points.
We’re very pleased with the successful installation of two dual EV charging points at our client’s headquarters in Northampton. 
The MSE team handled the whole installation package for the dual 22kW EV chargers. 
Wind damage affected lighting and security for a client in the North East.
Serious wind damage at our client’s site in the North East caused loss of power for their lighting and security cameras. 
Luckily, we had a team working at Castleford in West Yorkshire at the time. An engineer was quickly on the way to get them up and running again. 
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