There are a lot of different things to check when busy with residential electrician service. We need to inspect to see if there aren’t any 2.5mm cable joined with 1.5mm cable. If that is the case, then we need to label that specific circuit as a mixed circuit. We then also need to fit a circuit breaker to protect the smallest cable of the two.
Plug sockets should all be wired with 2.5mm cable. You should never join in with a 1.5mm cable, because then that plug socket can only handle a power current of 15amps, because of the mix circuit as mentioned above. Always try and join up with another plug socket, or take the cable straight to the DB box.
You should always try to have your kitchen plugs separately, because the kitchen appliances uses a lot of power. For example, a kettle uses anything between 6amps to 12 amps. Then a coffee maker uses anything between 5amps and 8amps. And a toaster uses anything between 8amps and 10amps, where a frying pan uses anything between 7amps and 12amps.