We are delighted to announce that Lindale Building Services Ltd have been accredited as an assured Altius vendor. Being an NICEIC and ECA accredited contractor, we have health and safety at the heart of our service. The Altius accreditation adds to our current suite of accreditations, including CHAS and Constructionline and Safecontractor.
Nearly 500,000 apprentices started their new careers across all sectors nationally in 2014/15, an increase in 14% from the previous year.(1) We are delighted to support this increase and welcome on board our new Electrical Apprentice, Harry Cunningham to our team. Spurred on by his father’s 20 year long career as an Electrician with Lindale […]
Lindale Building Services go above and beyond the requirements of the standard electrical test and inspection service. Utilising a Fluke Thermal Imager Ti105, any abnormalities within the system which cannot be seen with the naked eye can be identified. A thermal imaging camera is used to scan the electrical distribution boards, switch gear and other […]
The “body clock” or circadian rhythm cycle is affected by a number of external elements including light, temperature and environment. It regulates many psychological processes including eating and sleeping. A white paper produced by Luc Schlangen, principal scientist at Philips explains: Production of melatonin, the hormone that helps to induce sleepiness and that regulates our […]
Lighting within the average building accounts for approximately 40% of the total electrical consumption. If you wish to reduce your electricity bill, the most effective way to do this is to review the lighting, which in the situation of upgrading from traditional florescent lamps to LED can produce up to 80% less energy with no […]
Deterioration is inevitable with age and electrical installations are not immune to this, requiring inspection and testing at regular intervals to ensure satisfactory condition and continued use. Periodic inspection and testing reveal if electrical circuits or equipment is overloaded, highlights defects and identifies potentially lethal risks and fire hazards. Neglecting faulty electrical equipment and your […]
The Landlord and Tenant Act 1985 requires electrical installations within a domestic property to be both safe when the tenancy begins and maintained throughout the tenancy. Legally holding responsibility for the electrical installation within the dwelling, the Landlord must ensure the electrical installations are in full working order. It is suggested Landlords have a full […]