Electrical problems are a fact of life that can affect both residential and commercial properties, which is why everyone should have a certified and reliable electrician on call. Whether it’s for your home or your place of work, trying DIY electrical repairs or installations can be incredibly dangerous.
Electric appliances or systems can malfunction for what seems like no apparent reason. Art Plumbing, AC and Electric are here to find out what that reason is. Sometimes a wire has been bent or broken; sometimes a power surge causes light bulbs and other appliances to blow, and sometimes the problem is as small as a bedside lamp that won’t turn on.
Regardless of the size or type of problem, it’s always best to have a professional look at it. In certain cases, electrical units may have a live or hot wire, which is directly attached to all the electricity being delivered to your home or business and can deliver a deadly electrical shock if touched.
Home safety inspections are recommended if you have just moved into a new house and want to know whether there are any electrical problems. By doing a safety inspection you will be able to shock-proof the electrical components, appliances and fixtures in your home while simultaneously ensuring everything is in good working order.
In a commercial setting, electrical safety inspections are often a legal requirement, particularly if any workers rely on electrical systems and appliances operating properly as a way to ensure their safety.
Thanks to Thomas Edison, who invented the light bulb all the way back in 1878, we now have thousands of variations of electrical lighting. From motion activated lights to specialty lighting, LED lights to simple indoor lighting systems, Art Plumbing, AC and Electric can install them all.
However, once a lighting system has been installed it also needs to be maintained. Although you might be able to change a broken light bulb in your home or at your work desk, trying to figure out a blown LED is far more complicated. Leave it to the professionals to make sure your electrical systems and fixtures are up to scratch.
Every now and then your power can go out. Sometimes a storm has wreaked havoc in your neighborhood, or an equipment failure has caused the electricity you rely on to suddenly disappear. By having a professional install a backup generator in your home or office, you will never have to worry about power outages again.
As soon as the electrical supply is cut from your home or office, a backup generator will register the lack of electricity and automatically turn itself on in a few seconds. It will remain on and produce electricity until your power is restored, at which point it turns itself off. If, however, you find yourself having to manually turn on your backup generator, or it simply will not turn on during a power outage, either something has gone wrong during installation or the generator has been damaged in some way.
Heating, ventilation and air conditioning units are found in both residential and commercial buildings, and are an integral part of everyday life. In the middle of a South Florida summer, if you don’t have your AC running effectively you will have sweat through your shirt in mere minutes, which is why HVAC repairs are taken so seriously here.
Regardless of what the problem is, you should always get a professional to help fix any electrical issues. Electricity is dangerous and not worth the risk of trying to save a few pennies and getting into a situation that could get you hurt.
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