My flat has solid floors and ceilings. The flat also has "pyro"
power cabling. As the flat was built in the late 60, the single power
circuit for the whole flat is completely inadequate for my glut of
electical devices, fridge, washing machine, micro, oven, kettle etc.
Now when I use two devices in the kitchen the power breaker trips
out. However, there is a supply that was for a cooker, terminating,
uselessly, in a socket on a wall. I want to move this supply to the
other side of the kitchen and use it dedicated to the electric cooker.
This will involve lifting cork tiles which is no issue and channelling
the solid floor to accept new power cable, again not a real issue.
However, is it possible to "take" the pyro out of the wall, terminate
it some how, then redirect a "cable extension" in the new floor
channel, so that the supply terminates behind the cooker (13 amp fuse)
and takes that device's load off the single power circuit that carries
the rest of the devcies in the flat?
Any other things to think about before attempting this?