Emergency Electrician 24 hour Surbiton

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Services we are offering

✅ 24/7 Emergency Electrical Assistance
✅ Diagnosing Electrical Issues
✅ Fuse Box Repair and Replacement
✅ Electrical Certification (EICR)
✅ Electric Cooker Setup
✅ Complete or Partial Home Rewiring

✅ Electric Shower Installation
✅ Electrical Inspection & Testing
✅ Electric Wall Heater Installation
✅ Indoor/Outdoor Lighting Installation
✅ Indoor/Outdoor Power Socket Installation
✅ Electrical Maintenance Agreements

✅ Extractor Fan Setup
✅ Single and Three-Phase Electrical Services
✅ Security Lighting & CCTV Systems
✅ Electric Vehicle Charging Point Installation
✅ Comprehensive Home Electrical Services
✅ Full-Scale Commercial Electrical Services


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What to Do in an Electrical Emergency

  1. Ensure Personal Safety:

    Prioritize your safety and the safety of others. If there is an immediate danger, such as fire or electrical shock, call emergency services (e.g., 999 in the UK) right away.

  2. Do Not Touch the Person:

    If someone is experiencing an electrical shock, do not touch them directly. Use a non-conductive material (such as a wooden broom handle) to move the person away from the electrical source.

  3. Cut Power if Possible:

    If the situation allows, try to cut off power to the affected area. Locate the circuit breaker or fuse box and switch off the power. If you are unsure or unable to do this safely, wait for professional help.

  4. Use a Fire Extinguisher for Electrical Fires:

    If there is a fire caused by an electrical issue, use a Class C fire extinguisher designed for electrical fires. Do not use water on an electrical fire as it can conduct electricity.

  5. Evacuate if Necessary:

    If the electrical emergency poses a significant risk and cannot be quickly controlled, evacuate the building. Use the nearest exit and do not use elevators during emergencies.

  6. Call a Qualified Electrician:

    In the aftermath of an electrical emergency, it is crucial to have a qualified electrician assess and repair the electrical system. Do not attempt to fix complex electrical issues yourself unless you are trained to do so.

  7. Report the Incident:

    Report the electrical emergency to the relevant authorities, such as the fire department or your local utility company. They may need to investigate the cause and ensure the safety of the electrical infrastructure.

  8. Stay Informed:

    If the emergency involves a larger-scale electrical issue, such as a power outage in the area, stay informed through local news or the utility company's updates. Follow any instructions provided by authorities.

  9. Do Not Use Damaged Electrical Equipment:

    Avoid using any electrical equipment or appliances that may have been damaged during the emergency. Damaged wiring or devices can pose further risks.

  10. Seek Medical Attention:

    If someone has been injured, seek medical attention promptly. Even if the person appears unharmed, it's advisable to consult with medical professionals to ensure there are no hidden injuries.

Remember, electrical emergencies can be extremely hazardous, and it's crucial to prioritize safety. If in doubt, always wait for professional help and avoid attempting repairs unless you are trained and qualified to do so. Regular maintenance and inspections can help prevent electrical emergencies in the first place.