Three Things You Need to Know About Cooker Isolation Switches

Posted on: 3 January 2020
An isolation switch gives some protection to cookers, stoves and cooktops. This switch turns off the power supply to the appliance if there is an emergency or when you need to have maintenance work done. If you're about to install a new cooking appliance, then you might not be sure whether to install a switch. What do you need to know? 1. You Don't Always Need a Switch Not all cookers need an isolation switch.
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Is That Electrical Cable Live or Dead?

Posted on: 3 August 2018
Do you like to tackle large, DIY projects at home? You may think that you are an avid handyman or woman and that no task is too large or complicated for you. With this in mind, you may have decided to do a lot of renovation work yourself. While this is all well and good, there are certain circumstances where you need to call in the professionals before you take any action.
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How to Deal with Electrical Issues around the Home

Posted on: 21 November 2017
The electrical system in your home is inherently safe and should provide you with great service, so long as you keep a watchful eye on it. While there are thousands of fires around the country every year caused by electrical malfunction, many of these could be prevented if the homeowner were to pay more attention. How can you help to avoid such a catastrophe? Beware the Overload Firstly, always make sure that you do not overload the system at any point throughout the home.
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Two reasons to have your commercial premises rewired

Posted on: 21 June 2017
Having your premises' electrical system rewired may seem like an unnecessary expense. However, there are numerous benefits to doing so. Here are two reasons why you might want to consider having this work done. To enhance the functionality of the space Most modern businesses use a wide range of electrically-powered technology for managing their day-to-day operations. Most offices have dozens of computers, as well as multiple printers, photocopiers, shredders and projectors.
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