Using Electrical Sockets Safely at home in Birmingham

Last weekend I received a call out to an electrical problem in a flat In Birmingham being let to students. The landlord had informed me that there was no power in the flat.

 

Nothing unusual to begin with I might add. However when I got there I soon realised that I was looking at a very dangerous scenario. Thank goodness no one was injured or killed – luckily the electricity tripped before someone became a victim of electrical injury or death.

Entertainers – when did an electrician last check your equipment?

Entertainers come in many forms from magicians to disco DJ's, bands and stand up comedians. Whatever your clients tastes, most entertainers will have one identical need – and that is a need for electricity. Whether you need power for speakers, a microphone, amps or decks, it is imperative that your equipment is as safe as the supply you are plugging into.

 

How to find a good electrician in Birmingham

I've mentioned before in my blog posts that I am kept very busy fixing shoddy and dangerous work carried out by electricians that are either unqualified, un-registered or both. In most cases, my client is surprised that they fell victim to a bad trades person. In my blog today, I'm going to tell you how to avoid a bad experience and where to look to find a great electrician in and around the Birmingham area.

 

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Have you found it difficult to find an Electrician in your local area to carry out a small job?

When you require electrical work carried out in your home, myself and the team at Electrical Experts are at your service. I am based in Coventry and cover the areas of Coventry and Warwickshire. I specialise in domestic installations and the provision of a range of electrical services directly to Homeowners, Letting Agents and Landlords.

Worrying facts that could put an end to new years resolutions in a shocking way

Now the season of goodwill has passed, many of us are now tasked with keeping up with New Years Resolutions. Alongside the popular resolutions of saving money, loosing weight and eating healthier, more people are starting to include home improvements as part of their bid to lead a healthier and happier life.