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Electricians

Who are the most experienced and professional electricians in your area? You can find that out by simply having a look at Romb’s comprehensive selection of service providers in the industry.

London

We are a team of extremely experienced contractors. All of our contractors and installers are NICEIC approved, which covers small...

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Ruislip, North West London

We're a friendly, local NICEIC Approved Electrical company which undertakes all types of electrical work, small jobs, fault finding,...

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Glasgow, Scotland

Keith Gunn Electrical Solutions was first established in Edinburgh over 30 years ago and now have offices in Glasgow and Edinburgh. They...

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Birmingham, West Midlands

Established in 2005, LOGIK Services Ltd are reliable, independent electrical contractors serving both commercial and domestic clients....

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London

With years of experience in this industry, call on Electrical Professional Services Ltd for all your electrical needs and requirements....

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London

With years of experience in this industry, call on LJ Norton Electrical Ltd for all your electrical needs and requirements. We are...

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London

With years of experience in this industry, call on Boam Electrical for all your electrical needs and requirements. We are obligated...

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Leicester, Leicestershire

Our highly rated, skilled electricians provide a variety of electrical services to our domestic and commercial customers. Our friendly...

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London

Adapt View is the best company that offers solutions for all sorts of electrical wires and appliances installations. They have exclusive...

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Sheffield, South Yorkshire

Fantastic Services in Sheffield is a locally operating property maintenance company that works with dedicated and qualified specialists...

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London

Welcome to GR Electrical – founded by a sole trader in 2014 and currently operating out of Stockton-on-Tees. We boast 15 years of...

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Oldham, Greater Manchester

We offer many different commercial and domestic electrical services from general electric repairs to PAT testing, our electricians are...

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London

Roblec Electrical Ltd are your local friendly independent electrical specialists with over 10 years experience. We provide a high...

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London

At Westinghouse Ev And Electrical Testing, we understand how important reliable electrics are to your home or business. Our electricians...

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There is almost no home existing in the world nowadays that does not use the power of electricity. Electricity brings us comfort, functionality and we cannot imagine living without it. However, electricity should be handled and worked with care and with some precautions. Plus, whenever something goes wrong with the electric system of your home, you will look for the help of a professional electrician. Since you put so much trust in the skills and help of an electrician, here are some important things that every professional electrician wants you to know and keep in mind.

Tip by an Electrician: Warning Signs

Every professional electrician will tell you that the most important thing for your own safety and the safety of your home is never ignoring warning signs and red flags that indicate problems in the electrical system of your home. An electrician would recommend you to pay attention to things like popping noises from outlets, light switches that get too hot, breakers not resetting, other electrical issues. As an electrician would say – never neglect these things that may not seem like a serious issue at first, however, they can lead to bigger and more serious problems. Therefore, whenever you need to take care of such issues, make sure to contact a reliable and experienced electrician.

Tip by an Electrician: Know Your DIY Limits

Every electrician knows that many people, whenever they notice a small electrical issue around the house, may want to try to test their DIY skills and resolve the issue without the help of a professional electrician. However, when it comes to electricity, every professional electrician would recommend you to not even try to explore your DIY limits if you don’t have any previous experience. And even if you have, you better leave the job in the reliable hands of an experienced and reliable electrician. A professional electrician has all the knowledge needed for them to resolve problems with safety. So as an electrician would tell you, it is very important to know your boundaries and the limits of your skills.

Tip by an Electrician: White Is Not Always Neutral, Black Is Not Always Live

It is one of the electrician’s basics and even you, with no particular experience as a handyman, may know that basic rule that white is neutral and black is live. However, as a good electrician knows, this is not always the case. A good and experienced electrician knows that the electrical system of a home is very large, very complicated and often full of surprises like this one. Therefore, you are always recommended to hire the professional help of an electrician before assuming that everything works a particular way. Before you decide to work on a line yourself, always use a non-contact voltage tester.

Tip by an Electrician: Low Voltage Is Also Dangerous

Many people assume that working with really low voltage is not dangerous at all. A good electrician would tell you that working with low voltage can also be dangerous, especially in non-experienced hands. Therefore, an electrician would always recommend you to take basic precautions even when working with a low-voltage system. As an electrician would suggest, the best way is to treat low-voltage wiring as a standard one and work really carefully. At the end of the day, one important rule you want to remember is that it is not the voltage that is dangerous, but the current. It is possible to happen that low-voltage wiring draws higher than the safe current and in such cases, you will be really thankful for taking the right safety precautions.


Tip by an electrician: Warning signs
Tip by an electrician: Know your DIY limits
Tip by an electrician: White is not always neutral, black is not always live
Tip by an electrician: Low voltage is also dangerous