Rozelle, I've got a bad feeling about you. That's how my neighbor described the local electrician she was about to hire. In fact, I wasn't even sure if the electrician in Rozelle had any experience with the job she was offering me, because her address was only listed in the Yellow Pages of my telephone book.
We were recently assigned to look after a teenage girl who was living with her parents and younger brother in a one-bedroom apartment off Old Flinders street in Rozelle. My assistant reported that the electrician was doing the best he could but the wires were cracked, there was a hole in the ceiling, and there were small electrical appliances plugged in all over the place. The young woman had recently moved out and did not want anyone living in the house. She lived alone. The electrician did not have any local contacts in the area nor did she have a valid license.
We went to the scene that night after we received the call and the fire alarm company arrived. The fire investigator confirmed that there was a power surge that caused the fire but no damage to the building. The investigator advised us to call the local fire department for help. After we informed the fire department of the problem, they called an electrician from our company.
The electrician was surprisingly quick to respond and offered to come out that very day to assess the damage. He would remove the firewood from the roof and remove any unsafe wiring. He would also check to see if the fire alarm was working. He would check the circuit breaker for shorts and overloads, but he would leave the electrical services up to us since it was safe for him to come out. The fireman then told us he would bring in an expert from the local fire station for a free inspection.
As soon as we were done with the inspection, the electrician left. We thanked him for his assistance and asked him where he had been working all day. He said he had been working all day on the transformer. He explained to us that this is the part of the telephone that handles all the power for the alarm. He went on to say that it was a good thing he had not been there that morning because if he had been there, he could have easily lost the electrical connection leading to the fire. Visit Local Drummoyne Electrician at www.drummoyneelectrician.net.au and get the best kitchen electrician for new wiring services.
He went on to explain to us how this type of fire happens. It starts with smoke filled air that is blown through a faulty wire. If you have a fire in your house, the only way to stop it is to put out the fire with fire extinguishers or fire doors. With an electrician in Rozelle, we were able to know what to do if the power was interrupted. He said he would suggest to us how to handle the situation if there was an electricity overload.
He also advised us not to turn the power off immediately when we are going to shut down for the day. Instead, we should wait until the next day to do so. We appreciated his advice, because if there was a power cut, we would be in danger of losing all our important data. An electrician in Rozelle is very reliable and trustworthy. We will definitely use his services again and recommend him to all our friends and family.
We would also like to thank our family and friends for their constant support and help. Without them, we are nothing. They made us realize that there are people out there who are as committed and focused as us. That is why we decided to open a business of our own. We would surely make it a point to hire only the best and the most trustworthy electrician in Rozelle. After all, we would want the best for our business.