Electrical Problems

What to Do If Your Breaker Keeps Tripping?

Commercial buildings and industrial facilities require additional power to operate heavy machinery and electronic equipment. However, when a circuit gets overloaded, the circuit breakers trip and switch the circuit off, thus preventing a fire hazard. In such an instance, you can get the power back by following these simple steps: Turn of all the appliances …

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5 Signs You Need to Call an Electrician

Contact with electric current was responsible for 3% of all fatalities in the United States in 2019. We’re often surrounded by electrical hazards without even realizing it. A faulty socket or a burning smell from an unidentifiable source can prove to be more life-threatening than you think. Such occurrences are quite common and often ignored, which …

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‘4’ Warning Signs of an Overloaded Electrical Circuit

As electricity passes through a wire, it produces heat. Overloading electrical circuits produces enough heat to melt the plastic insulation on the wires; in many cases, damaged wires lead to house fires and even electrocution. According to the National Fire Protection Association, overloaded circuit induced house fires account for 14% of all fire related deaths in the United States.