A power outage in your home can happen without warning and often at the most inconvenient times. Just as you’re relaxing for the evening, about to make a cuppa and watch your favourite TV show, your world is plunged into darkness. Sometimes the only “up” side is having to polish off all the ice cream in the freezer before it melts!
A fuse box that keeps tripping indicates that there is a problem with either a faulty electrical item or wiring in your home.
RCDs (Residual Current Devices) look for abnormal currents and shut off the power supply the moment they detect anything unusual. They are a vital safety device and protect you from electric shocks, so while the tripping may seem annoying, bear in mind that it is keeping you safe whilst flagging to you that there is something wrong.
Two lockdowns have confirmed that, for many of us, working from home is more efficient, more convenient, and often preferred. Providing, of course, that our internet connections are speedy and trouble-free.
As a Landlord, you will be aware that it is your responsibility to ensure that your rental properties are electrically safe to protect the well being of your tenants. But did you know that the regulations recently changed? Read on to find out more…
New Mandatory Electrical Safety Checks in the Private Rental Sector in Nottingham and Derby….all you need to know
Over the last few years, the amount of people installing outdoor or garden lighting in Nottingham and Derby has dramatically increased.One of the main reasons is people wanting to improve the look and feel of their outdoor space – lighting can have a huge impact on how your garden looks. It can ensure your outdoor living space can be used long after dark and essentially give you extra space to enjoy or entertain in.
There is a lot of legislation, plus regulations and standards that surround safety in electricity.