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Because of influential factors such as age and deterioration it becomes necessary from time to time to maintain and upgrade electrical installation. 24 Hour Emergency Electrician offer free quotes and free friendly advice on all the aspects of electrical equipment and installation systems, providing information to help you save money and get the best materials and services that meet your requirements.
Always use an registered and fully certified electrician
Some elecetrical repairs can be relatively straight forward and simple enough to be done by someone with basic DIY skills, most electrical jobs around the home or business require a fully qualified electrician. Building regulations now require most types of electrical work around the home to be undertaken by a certified and Part P registered electrician, this will ensure the work is installed, tested and certified to comply with the electrical wiring regulations. The risks of using any person that is not registered are significant and often cost more to correct in the longer term.
Exposed live cables
If you find or suspect that live parts have become exposed please follow the instructions below to avoid the danger:
– Keep a safe distance and do not touch or try to move the parts.
– Isolate the area and preventing other persons or pets coming into contact with live parts, supervise the area if necessary until professional electrician arrives.
– Switch off the equipment as safe as possible.
– Provide any kind of temporary barrier.
– Call urgently your local 24 Hour Emergency Electrician and without delay arrange with him to attend the equipment concerned..
– Place a sign displaying ‘Keep off Danger Live Parts Exposed ‘
Mains failure is inconvenient and disruptive, it can also impose significant safety risks.
– Use torches, and do not use candles or other naked flames for lighting.
– Switch off any equipment that was in use prior to the mains failure.
– Arrange for an electrician to attend if you believe mains failure is not due to a supply fault.
Fire alarm faults
If your fire alarm panel is indicating a fault you may wish to silence any audible indicators and then attempt for electrician to come and determine the cause of the fault. No system should be left with unresolved faults present.
In Case of Fire
1) Inspect the fire alarm panel to find out the reason/location for alarm activation.
2) If possible,try and go to the trigger point(s) to further determine the cause of the activation. In case of false alarm attempt you can try to reset panel.
3) In case of fire contact emergency service on 999.
4) Follow your fire alarm evacuation procedure .
Call 24 Hour Emergency Electrician for any further assistance.
Security system faults
Security alarms, CCTV and building management systems form an essential part in the running of most buildings. Faults and breakdowns of these systems can cause significant inconvenience to the users and the public.
Faults are usually caused by damage or deterioration, user error is also a very common cause.
Some issues can be resolved over the telephone, and sometimes it is not necessary for an engineer attend. Please call 07747 178880 for all technical assistance.