GFCIs: How Do They Work and Why Do You Need Them in Your Home?

Posted on: 24 August 2016
In the past, home electrocution during storms and rainy seasons was a common occurrence, and there have been many injuries and fatalities due to electrocution. Even today, many homes lack proper electrical protection in outdoor and wet areas. Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCIs) were introduced to protect against electrocution by faulty electric circuits or leaking electric currents. They are electrical devices that every homeowner should consider installing in their homes. Read on to find out more about GFCIs and how they aid in protection against electric shocks.
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Building A New Home? Cleverly Plan To Accommodate Vital Electrical Outlets In 3 Outdoor Spaces Around Your Home

Posted on: 1 August 2016
If you're building a new home, you've probably already planned the electrical outlet positioning of your indoor spaces. But most homeowners often overlook the fact that outdoor spaces need careful planning for electrical outlets too for a myriad of reasons.  This guide aims to help you cleverly plan to accommodate vital electrical outlets in your outdoor spaces with your electrician. Garage It's easy to forget your garage in the hustle of planning internal outlets for your living room, kitchen and bedroom with your electrician.
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Electrical and fire Safety Tips For the Holiday Season

Posted on: 1 August 2016
When the holiday season comes around, you might start thinking about decorating. While this can brighten up your home and get you in the holiday spirit, there are also some risks associated with it. The combination between Christmas trees and lights tend to create both electrical and fire hazards. Here are some ways to reduce those hazards and keep your home and family safe. Don't Let the Tree Dry Out
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Knowing When to Call For Help!

Posted on: 10 July 2014
Electricity is a wonderful thing that runs most of the modern conveniences in your home. You love coming home and turning on the lights, heating a snack in the microwave or turning on the game. However, electricity can also be dangerous. If you are attempting to fix a light switch around the house, it could lead to a trip to the emergency room or death in some extreme cases. An electrician in Sydney has gone to school and served as an apprentice to learn his craft.
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