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As a nation we rely on electricity for almost everything in our daily lives. From keeping us warm to letting us use our electronic gadgets whenever we want. So how would you feel about installing an electricity saving box that could potentially save you money? Look at these powers saving devices and find out do they actually work here…
39% of home fires are caused by old or faulty electrical wiring or outlets. That’s a problem. Potentially a very dangerous one. And one which doesn’t always become apparent until it’s too late.
There are many accidents that can happen in the office environment due to the result of contact with electrical appliances or equipment – as almost everything in today’s office operates on electricity. If improperly used or poorly maintained it’s all potentially hazardous and can cause serious shock and burn injuries.
Electricity is everywhere! In every home, office, building… even in Tristan de Cunha, deemed the most remote village in the world, there are schools and buildings, which function with the help of our good friend electricity.
It’s a fact that 25% of people with electrical problems don’t use a registered electrician and rarely ask to see any credentials – electrical work that’s carried out properly can significantly reduce the risk of accident or injury. Take a look at what questions should you ask your electrician here…
Smart stands for Self-Monitoring Analysis and Reporting Technology – basically monitoring and assessing devices in your home. Whether you give your command by voice, remote control, tablet, or smartphone your home reacts. If you’re interested in smart technology and your goal is to have a smart home you can simply start with smart light bulbs – here are some reasons to try smart light bulbs at home…
Familiarity breeds complacency. We use electricity all day, every day and it’s easy to forget that it’s potentially quite dangerous. There are two major categories of risk associated with electricity in domestic situations. These are:
Disaster. Your power goes out in the dead of night. What do you do? For many people, it’s pick up their phone and search for qualified emergency electricians. But how do you know you can trust the skills behind a random Google search result?
There’s no need to panic. Here are five quick tips for sourcing reliable electrical experts: