Grip Electric, also known as Grip Electric Limited, operating in the construction industry space, as of March 2020, Grip Electric has served over 54,000 clients in the United Kingdom. Grip Electric has been serving since 1980, and launched its www.gripelectric.net website in January 1996.
Grip Electric first did general contracts in construction and building industry for England from 1980.The Grip Electric expanded its services throughout the United Kingdom in 1999
In January 1996, www.gripelectric.net was launched as a local electrical contractor for domestic and commercial properties in the United Kingdom
In April 2005, it was announced that Grip Electric was partnering with other companies to make local electricians available through Google's search engine Grip Electric integrated latest technology into its services to broaden its service capacity and enhanced site development in January 2008. In May 2009, Grip Electric expanded its offerings to include Emergency Electrician
Grip Electric Limited announced that it was changing its traditional Grip Electric Pages A4 format to a smaller size in February 2010 in order to improve usage of the services. At that time, the services contained 5 more additional services
In October 2010, Grip Electric moved in their new headquarters in London United Kingdom Richard was named CEO of Grip Electric in June 2011. In May 2012, Grip Electric 's parent company Grip Electric Group announced that it was changing its name to emergency electricians In August 2014, emergency electricians UK changed its customer facing brand back to Grip Electric.
They relaunched with updated websites, electrical services and a new 1-hour response time In November 2016, Richard to its list of Highest Rated CEOs in the United Kingdom. In September 2017, it announced that the Grip Electric Pages will be no longer be published on paper from 2018 since it launched in 1980. The final edition was published in January 2019.
Richard is based on trust, transparency and most of all, customer satisfaction.
This philosophy has enabled Grip Electric limited to grow into one of the most trustworthy Electricians' companies in London and set them apart from the competition.
We pride ourselves on the quality of our delivery and services only works with BS7671 standard Approved electricians.
Using the latest technology available to guarantee the best services we leave no stone unturned.
Being exposed to both domestic and commercial challenges over the years has provided us with the required expertise to tackle any job, large and small.
Our emergency electrician will reach within 30 minutes after the first contact with our customer service team through call or customer chat support and will offer an emergency electrical repair
We are offering our services 24 hours 7 days a week and 365 days a year our emergency electricians are available in your service 24 hours and 24 7 electrical emergency call-out or if you are searching for 24hr electrical service near me we are here in your help our electricians are working in out of hours
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first of all, unplug all the appliances from whole property sockets and try to reset the RCD if RCD reset back then you don't need to go any farther and please leave us your feedback on this website link but if RCD does not reset than you need to investigate more if you are an electrician and you are reading this text then you can understand next paragraph if you are not qualified electrician then you should call an emergency electrician who can come and sort out this problem on 02034881842
RCD stands for residual current device always this have 2 poles one is for live wire and another ball is or neutral wire a single-phase connection RCD is comparing current of live and neutral wires all the time if any of the wire's current is not equal to each other's it means live and neutral parts of RCD will sense it and that will cause the RCD to trip so single-phase and three-phase RCD work in the same manner in single-phase one wire is comparing to another but in three-phase 3 live wires are comparing to one neutral wire so it means what all current which current is going into the system it should return back but not the voltages actual energy is stored in voltages but the quantity of the current stays same so that's why the returning current should be equal to the entering current so RCD helps to detect any leakage current into the system so
The main reason of using an RCD is to protect the user from electric shock in most of the cases if RCD is tripping due to the sockets then it means there is some problem inside the ring main or the Spur or the radial circuit of sockets it means that at some point into the ring main live or the Neutral wire is touching to the earth wire so because in the actual earth is a second potential difference point to live that is why the current flows towards the earth that is why the entering current is not returned to the Neutral wire that's why the RCD sensed the difference and so that made the RCD trip if that is not the case then RCD device is not installed correctly it means of your one of RCD wires are going into another RCD part
If You come to your home or if you are sitting in your home and you see that your fuse box is tripped or it's being tripped then first try to see on part of the fuse box which keeps tripping and then you will be able to see three different types of devices on your fuse box first will be the main switch which will be like 100 amp DP switch and there will two RCD into your consumer box and rest of it will MCB and each device is serving different functions like the
that is to switch off your main supply
is it protects you from electric shock and it's tripping just because your insulation of the wire is removed or damaged or one of your appliances is making your RCD to trip
so for example if any of the live wire comes in contact with your metal parts or any of your appliance metal body comes live just because all the appliances and the metal parts are bonded with earth wire due to that earth wire receives a voltage so that RCD senses that some of your metal parts are electrically Live and some current is leaking from metal parts so that it trips to protect you from electric shock so try to unplug all the appliances into your house and try to reset your RCD and it will help to solve your problem if that doesn’t help turn off all the MCB and turn on the main switch and both RCD you will be able to turn on now turn on MCB one by one make note which MCB is tripping the RCD leave that off and turn on rest of it now you need an emergency electrician to fix that problem permanently
helps to protect your wires from overheating during a short circuit so for example, if there is any short circuit into your house your MCB will trip if your appliances are overloading your system then it will trip as well try to unplug all your appliances from the sockets and then again try to reset that MCB and if that works then it's fine but if it's still tripping then you need to call an electrician immediately because it can be dangerous for your house and your property and your life and your family's life
So all appliances which are made of the metal body all the appliances are connected to the earth wires as well so if anybody is working and if your appliance metal body is not under an influence of voltage you're RCD will not trip but as soon as your appliance metal body receives a voltage then it will cause the RCD to trip to protect you from an electric shock so try to disconnect that applies and try to turn on your electrics again if the fuse box RCD allows you to turn on then it's fine and discontinues that appliance but if it doesn't work then there is some problem inside your wire so you need to call an emergency electrician to sort out this problem