Is it time to call a Perth Electrician
Should I call a Perth Electrician or can I do it myself? When it comes to conducting electrical work around your home, the answer is no, call an experienced Perth Electrician. Australian Law is precise and whether it be residential, commercial or industrial, an experienced Perth Electrician must conduct the work. Each state varies in regards to the details of this regulation but the general outline defines work on any electrical equipment including:
- Testing and Tagging
- Electrical Maintenance
- Removing or Replacing Electrical Equipment
- Alterations or Electrical Repairs
- Installation of Electrical Equipment
Ensuring to be safe around electricity is very important in your home, especially if children are in the house. Ignoring electrical safety can have disastrous consequences if you don’t ensure your home is protected. Being cautious of common signs of electrical faults and ensuring electrical safety precautions are in place can reduce the risk of fire or even injuries from faulty electrical wiring or appliances. An electrical fire can occur simply from a wire overheating due to it being connected to something that draws a great current.
DIY maintenance can be expensive!
Any electrical work around your home is still against the law even if you feel comfortable and confident about electrical wiring and conducting certain electrical services. You can even find yourself in trouble with your insurance provider if you take matters into your own hands. Your insurer has the right to refuse electrical claims for accidents resulting from DIY electrical works you have conducted.
Another thing to consider is that all electrical work requires a compliance certificate from a fully qualified and licensed Perth electrician so you may find these DIY jobs could even leave you in a difficult position when you try to sell your house. This can be due to DIY electrical works seem to work well at first but can cause faults in the long term that require emergency attention. This can be due to the quality of work and lack of knowledge of electrical repair and maintenance. Even faults can arise from overloading circuits or electrical wires can deterioration to overheating.
Time to call a Perth Electrician
When it comes to major electrical services or wiring, most people know to call their local Perth Electrician but KNP Electrics can help with the simple tasks and take the stress of your hands. We can conduct electrical services such as:
- Installing a Ceiling Fan
- Electrical Repairs to appliances
- Changing a Light Switch or Fitting
- Changing the existing position Power Points
- Building Extension Leads
All of the above services require electrical wiring so a fully qualified and licensed Perth Electrician must conduct them to ensure they are in accordance with WA safety regulations. Any electrical installation work carried out on your premises does require a Certificate of Compliance upon completion. Only registered electrical contractors can issues these certificates. Therefore it is up to you as a home owner to ensure that the Perth electrician you choose is appropriately licensed and can provide you with a compliancy certification.
With the amount of electrical equipment readily available at hardware stores, it seems like you can save on money by doing your own electrical repairs but it’s truly not worth the risk. Leave it to the professional Perth Electricians at KNP Electrics.
Our Electrical Services Perth are available 24 hours, 7 days a week and our Perth Electricians are based in Perth to enable a professional and prompt response. KNP Electricians work with you to step by step offering experienced advice on design, safety and practicality, which when coupled with our efficient, friendly service, guarantee the safety of your commercial business. We take pride in all of our work and every job requires the highest level of our attention to detail.
For Perth Electrical Contractors in Commercial, Residential and Emergency 24 Hour Electrician Services, contact KNP Electrics on 0439 904 180 or firstname.lastname@example.org