New online electrical protection store leads with CPN consumer units

DirecElec Website - lets-do-diy.comTo provide a cost effective alternative to the generalist DIY superstore, DirecElec has launched their online store for electrical protection devices. The company offers dependable single source shopping for soundly engineered and competitively priced circuit breakers, consumer units and other electrical safety wiring accessories. All products are backed by exceptional service and expert support.

The web site has been designed to be easy to use. It offers a full range of consumer units, miniature circuit breakers, residual current operated breakers, isolation switches and other essential electrical protection equipment.

"We hold large stocks in our warehouse to service the electrical installer trade. This also gives the ability to supply quickly smaller quantities to builders, home renovators and DIY enthusiasts engaged on self build projects who may require only a few circuit breakers or a one-off consumer unit for example," explained David Tierney, DirecElec's business development manager.

The DirecElec team have decades of experience and can offer telephone advice in the selection and application of the equipment. Same day picking and shipping ensures orders are completed quickly for delivery direct to the customer.

All products are fully compliant with 17th Edition wiring regulations and suitable for domestic and light commercial use. DirecElec major in the supply of the CPN range of consumer units, circuit breakers, enclosures, split systems, MCB's, RCD's, RCBO's, and isolators. All are designed in the UK and manufactured in China under a stringent quality system to give the best performance and value for money. Products are backed by a 12 month money back guarantee.

The company plan a rolling programme of special offers. The current offer is a fully furnished consumer unit, the CU14S/63/01, including ten MCB's, a 100A main switch and a 63A/30mA RCD for just £30.00 before shipping and VAT. Plans are in hand to continuously develop the web site to improve the customer experience.

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