Electrical work is complicated, dangerous and according to the UK law, you could get fined, or lose your house insurance if you perform a task without having the proper license. But, according to the Part P Building Regulations, there are certain small tasks a homeowner can do without needing a prof
When faced with electrical problems, our hair might start standing on its end because this is such a tricky area for those of us uninitiated in the particular field. Not only can electricity be dangerous, but electrical problems can also affect your wallet at the end of the month. That’s why electrical problems are not something to should be taken lightly. Before calling in the professionals to address the problem though, we suggest that you have a look at some of our blog posts below on some expert electrical and wiring tips to not only make your home safe but to lower your monthly bills.
Sometimes doing electrical work yourself can seem like a good idea. However, most of the time it’s not that simple. There are many regulations and dangers you should be aware of before taking up any electrical repairs. For example, do you know what kind of electrical work you’re allowed to do by
RCD short for a residual-current device is a tool that instantly breaks an electric circuit to prevent serious harm from an ongoing electric shock. Basically, it can save you from a severe electricity attack. When the RCD or as some call it - fuse, trips and the culprit for that is your electrical a