All you need to know about Socket Outlets or Power Points

Whether you want additional power points in your property or some of your existing power points replacing, I can help you. 

Sometimes there seems to be no power and the power point is not working when you plug an appliance in that works in other plug sockets, this could be due to a faulty power point, blown fuse, tripped circuit breaker or tripped RCD, residual current device.

There will be a reason why this has happened. It could be: 

  1. a fault in the installation wiring

  2. a faulty power point

  3. a fault in an appliance that was plugged in to that circuit

  4. circuit overload caused by too many appliances on a circuit

  5. faulty circuit protection that is no longer able to carry the load it was designed for

As a fully licensed and registered electrician I can help diagnose and fix those problems for you. I carry all the required parts and equipment in my vehicle, if I haven’t got an exact match I will at least get you up and running again until I have sourced matching parts.

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