The Nexus range of electrical sockets manufactured by B G (British General) provides The Electrical Counter with a superb range to supply to the electrical industry. The range of electrical sockets has changed remarkably over the past few years and the introduction of the metal faced sockets has given a completely new outlook to all the electrical fitments and these allow the interior designer a vastly different set of parameters with which to work.
The Electrical Counter is able to supply the full range of metal faced sockets with a complete range of different faceplate materials and finishes. The Nexus electrical socket can be either a single or double ganged socket, which can be supplied with or without a switch. The Nexus electrical sockets are very neat in their design and the metal faces are of a very plain but sleek design. The sockets have a plastic gasket around the box to restrict the entry of any dampness but this is hidden from view so that it does not take anything from the overall appearance of the Nexus electrical socket. The metal faces of the Nexus Sockets are coated with a lacquer, which limits the fingerprint marks, which appear on the sockets from continual usage. These Nexus electrical sockets are becoming very popular as the metallic finish gives a completely different look to the finished electrical socket.
The different types of electrical socket metallic finishes are the item that impresses The Electrical Counter most of all. The different metal face plates that are available are Brushed Steel, Polished Chrome, Black Nickel, Matt Black, Polished Brass, Pearl Nickel, Antique Brass and Cream. This is a most impressive range of different materials and finishes and these really do look good in suit, the face plates are extremely sleek and will grace any building modern or elderly. Brushed steel and polished chrome have been around for some time but they still look excellent and fit very well in a modern house with the clean lines. Black Nickel is a beautiful finish that has been very popular over the past years and this fits in exceptionally well with modern house designs. Brass finishes whether polished or antique fit with a whole range of house décor and designs and will often prove very successful in the older house fitted with antique furniture. The Black and Cream switches are quite novel and give a totally different view and if installed into a house with the latest modern trends can really add to the décor.
The Pearl Nickel is rather a special item and has to be ordered separately but it is one design, which is particularly good at raising the profile of the installation, and there really is very little on the market elsewhere to compare with its appearance. The Electrical Counter is delighted with the total range of switches and sockets and this group of finishes is bound to become more popular as time progresses. A quick look at The Electrical Counter web site will reveal just what is available and any queries can be addressed by email or phone. This is certainly a range to watch.