Have you had issues with booking electricians that turn out to be unreliable , you take the day off work to only be let down by them? It is a common complaint that we hear from people.Read More
We work closely with letting agents and landlords to provide a swift service and ensuring rented properties keep up to date with regulationsRead More
You cannot see electricity. Cables are usually hidden inside our walls, and consumer units are often hidden in cupboards, so it is not surprising that we forget to check the condition of our electrical installation for damage or wear and tear.Read More
A child's bedroom should be a safe place for them to play, sleep and study but by giving them the latest must have gadgets and all kinds of electrical devices you could be unintentionally creating a danger zone...read on for some tips on improving electrical safety in your child's bedroom...Read More
In modern buildings, standards are in place to delay the spread of flames in the event of a fire. One particular standard applies to the ceiling of a building. The ceiling is considered one of the most important fire barriers, slowing the spread of the fire from floor to floor. When installing down-lights care must be taken to ensure the fire rating is maintained.Read More
It is a highly essential safety element in your home and as the title suggests, earthing and bonding work is carried out to ensure the electrical installation in your home is correctly earthed and bonded ensuring metal surfaces such as the metal cases of cookers, washing machines, fridge freezers etc do not become live if a fault develops with the electrical installation or the appliance. Instead, the electrical current will flow down the earth connection thereby minimising the risk of electric shock.Read More
Since 1992, building regulations have stated that any property built or substantially modified requires at least one smoke detector that is wired directly to the mains to be installed. This is for good reason, mains-powered smoke detectors offer clear benefits over their battery-powered alternatives.Read More
Most accidents involving electricity in the home or work place arise through faults in, or misuse of, domestic appliances or the electrical installation. The most common electrical hazards are electric shock, fire and burns.Read More
It's incredible easy to take electricity for granted and it goes without saying most households would be lost without it, however we should never forget just how dangerous it can be. Around 12,5000 house fires, 750 serious injuries and 10 deaths are caused each year by unsafe electrics in the home. By carrying out electrical work yourself you will not only be breaking the law, you will also be putting the lives of you and your family at risk. This is why Part P existsRead More
We have complied some top tips to keep your home safe from botched electrical works and to help you choose the right electrician.Read More
We have complied some top tips to keep your home safe and to help prevent electrical fires.Read More
You may or may not be familiar with this phenomenon, however if your home was built or rewired between 1965 and 1971 then there is a likelihood that this will or is already affecting you. So what am I talking about?Read More
If your property is over 25 years old, its time to check your electrical system. Unless your system has been upgraded within the.Read More
We often receive calls from customers concerned that they seem to have bulbs (lamps) blowing all the time, they often believe that this means they have a problem with their wiring.Read More
RCD's (residual current devices), are electrical safety switches that isolates a circuit that has become unsafe or faulty.Read More
According to government statistics around 4 people a day are injured or killed in fires related to electrical faults.Read More
Images of shocking electrical installations from DIYers that claim they know about electrics...See More
One of the biggest jobs carried out since Burridge Electrical has been trading
Myself and the owner of GEM Lighting and electrical were approached to carry out the installation of Data...Read More
A correctly installed and working smoke detector is an asset to any home.In fact , these devices help to prevent thousands of fatalities every year, which is why it is important to have the alarms tested and inspected at regular intervals.However at some point it is going to be necessary to replace them.Read More
Lighting is one of the most important things to consider when it comes to retail....Read More
How would LED lights save me money you ask?...Read More
* Changes to the wiring regulations 18th edition will come in to full effect in Jan 2019, Burridge Electrical will be attending the 18th Edition course to keep up with regulation changes
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89 Dundridge Lane | St George | Bristol | Avon | BS5 8SN
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