There are a few things you can do to help keep your home safe with regards to electrical equipment in your home during the winter. Add additional power outlets or sockets by a registered electrician to prevent them from overloading. It’s important to make sure to turn off all your electrical appliances when you are about to go to bed. It prevents fire risks and helps save money. Finally, make sure to check the condition of your wires regularly. This will help lower the risk of electrical hazards.
- Make sure you add extra power outlets or sockets that are installed by a registered electrician to prevent overloading of sockets.
- Make sure to check the condition of your wires, sockets and plugs to make sure there are no electrical hazards around your home.
- Make sure that your appliances and equipment are turned off before you go to bed as this prevents the risk of a fire and saves money on your electricity bill.
“Preparedness is the key to ensuring you as a homeowner, stay safe from electrical hazards during the winter months.”
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