1. Before we arrive, digging may be needed
To disconnect an electricity supply we’ll need to work on the electricity cable which is usually underground. On your land, digging a trench will be needed so we can disconnect the electricity cable. We can do this for you or you can do this yourself. No digging is needed if your electricity cable is overhead.
2. We’ll plan with you where our vehicles can be parked on the day of the work
We need to park our vans close to where the work is needed. If you don’t have off road parking or a guarantee of a space outside, we will work with you to try and ensure a space is available on the day of the works. If there are designated parking bays outside your site or property we may need to apply to your council to have these suspended whilst we carry out the work.
3. We’ll disconnect the electricity cable
If your electricity cable is underground, we’ll find the nearest electricity cable to you, this is usually in the road or pathway where we’ll need to dig a large hole so we can disconnect the electricity. If the electricity cable is overhead we will need to remove it from the electricity network.
4. We'll remove our electrical equipment
This will include the electricity supply cable and cut out
5. Your electricity supplier will need to visit you
You will need to contact your electricity supplier to remove your electricity meter.
We understand that you may still have questions. Please email us your questions.
The next step is booking a free appointment with one of our surveyors so that can visit your site or property and give you a price.