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The electrical system of a building is important to its function and efficiency. But with so much use to bear and the factors involved with getting a solid electrical system, electrical issues and questions often occur. Not every electrical issue or question comes at a financial cost. You can get free electrical advice that directly answers your immediate minor need.
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- What electrical jobs are safe for you to perform?
Electricians are trained to assess risks and prioritize safety. In all situations, it is always better to call an electrician but at the same time, there are a few simple electrical jobs you can perform. These include:
- Replacing a fuse
- Changing an electric bulb, tube, or starter in a fluorescent light fitting
- Resetting a circuit breaker or safety switch
It is important to be well informed before undertaking any of these tasks. Also, take precautions such as turning off the electricity supply and avoiding injury.
- What electrical jobs are not safe for you to perform?
If you get tempted to DIY any electrical tasks, it should be none of the following:
- Changing pre-existing electrical wiring
- Changing the plug on a lead
- Repairing any of your electrical appliances
- Electrical wiring installation
- Replacing light switches or powerpoint
- Why use a licensed electrician?
Several people die yearly from electrical accidents that could have been prevented if handled by a professional and licensed electrician. A license helps you rest easy with the assurance that the electrical technician knows what he is doing.