I would ideally like to have two new sockets in my office, which currently only has one socket. I do not know where the next socket in the circuit could be as none of the walls of adjoining rooms have sockets. Is it at all possible to have more than one socket added in this instance, using the one existing socket? I understand I can add one socket on a spur. I would appreciate any help.
No RCD protection currently. I have seen RCD FCU double sockets as well as the plain fuse version, unless the sockets aren't what they are claiming. Perhaps the sockets aren't suitable to create a spur? It is great to know I can add the extra sockets I require. Thanks for your help.
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