You only have to look at this burnout powerpoint to realise how easy it would be for a house fire to break out.
Fortunately, in this case the switchboard circuit breaker intervened. But not all households have switchboards with compliant overload and electrocution protection.
That’s why if you have any concerns about your electrics you should contact Sharpe Services straight away. Only licensed electricians are allowed, by law, to work on electrical systems.
Sharpe Services has a range of scheduled services that covers all household systems, including your home’s full electrical system
A common problem during this year of the Covid-19 pandemic is more people staying at home. This is putting pressure on existing electrical systems as powerboards are plugged in to accommodate several appliances.
A simple and affordable solution is to get Sharpe Services to convert a single or double powerpoint to one with multiple outlets.
Another daily problem is keeping an ever increasing number of tech gadgets powered up. Sharpe can help here as well with a range of USB combinations that turn standard power points into charging stations.
You can still use the 240-volt power sockets as normal while the USB connections are working.
The charging modules can be retro-fitted to existing power points so you can have them in the kitchen, lounge and home office or even by your bedside table.
However, they are required by law to be connected by a licensed electrician with an electrical compliance certificate issued.
A Sharpe Services technician can do all this plus make sure you have the correct number of power points installed across the house and that your switchboard is capable of managing the load.
Are your household’s electrics up-to-date and meeting current legal standards? Our fully-licensed electricians can ensure your switchboard and associated electrics are legal and safe.