Hi, I know nothing about electrics, so I hope I can explain this clearly enough.
We had our house fully rewired three years ago just before we moved in. Within weeks the trip switches had gone off several times. The electrician who did the rewiring came back to check the system and said he could detect no faults. Since then, I would say the longest peried between trips has been about four months. Sometimes all the ground floor sockets go, leaving the lights on, sometimes it's the other way round. This morning the upstairs lights circuit blew when the bathroom light was switched on. We had to have two under-unit light fittings changed in the kitchen recently because the bulbs were only lasting a month at the most, (we used a different electrician!) and halogen bulbs in the kitchen ceiling and in the attic room go off so quickly we're sick of changing them.
This can't be normal, can it? Is there some kind of regulating body that could check the circuits for us. I'm worried that a fault could start a fire, but I don't know who to ask, and we can't afford to have the place rewired again.