If you own a house or business, you’re going to want an electrician on call. And if you’re living in Tatachilla (5171, SA) or close by, We are your local electricians. Save tis number in your phone – 1300 329 238. We can arrange a free quote today, on faultfinding, home automation, hot water, air conditioning, or anything else.
It’s our quality workmanship, innovative technology and dedication to our customers that make us stand out. We’ve built our brand on word of mouth, alone. We understand the importance of a quick responsive time, to reduce the amount of property damage. This means you’ll keep more money in your pocket. Our fully insured, licensed and friendly team of electricians can help you with:
Additional power outlets
Additional lighting outlets
Ceiling fan installation
Switchboard replacement and upgrades
Surge and lightning protection
Energy saving solutions
Electric hot water systems
Appliance repairs and installation
24-hour emergency service
Safety switch installation
Test and tag
What not to do in an electrical emergency
Of course, the first thing you’re going to do in an emergency is call us – your electricians. But, it’s important to know what not to do, so you can keep yourself safe until we arrive.
Follow these tips:
Don’t touch someone who’s been in contact with a power source. During electrical shocks, their muscles become contracted and this prevents them from letting go of the appliance. If you touch them, you’ll also get electrocuted, as the current is still running through them.
Don’t treat electrical burns
When trying to help someone who has had an electrical shock, don’t apply anything to it. This may cause them to burn even more.
Don’t use candles
During a power outage, don’t use candles as they can easily be knocked over – increasing your risk of a fire. Always have an emergency light ready instead.
Don’t throw water at an electrical fire
This might be the first thing you think to do, but water and electricity don’t mix. Never throw water though, as you might electrocute yourself.
What you do during an emergency will determine whether the situation gets worse or better. It’s important you understand what you should be doing to keep yourself safe, until we get to you. This will keep you and your family safe, as well as protect your investment… your home.