I recently had the house (3 bed semi) rewired and have come across some things that are causing me concern. I’ve made the Electricuan aware but have not yet had a proper response so I just want to get some alternative “expert” opinion. Basically three issues. 1. The upstairs and downstairs sockets are now fed by an MCB, Type B rated 16A. I’m of the opinion these are probably too small and should be at least 20 if not 32A? For info we have 16 x 13A sockets downstairs alone. The reason ( I think) for it being 16A is explained below. 2. Downstairs, instead of rewiring a 60 year old property as a ring main, the Electrician has connected the sockets as radial spurs and fed them with 2.5mm cables from the ceiling void. Hence, I think, the reason why the breaker is only 16A? I don’t know why they were not run as a ring but shouldn’t the cable be at least 4mm, thus allowing a biggger MCB? 3. There was a single 13A socket which we had an extension block connected too, feeding tv, sky box, dvd etc. I wanted this changing to 4 new sockets (two doubles) to get rid of the extension block. The Electrician has also wired this as a spur and a spur off a spur, all run again in 2.5mm. What are your thoughts on this and what would be your advice?