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 How to Protect Your Cables and Wires from Damage by Rodents
 How to Protect Your Cables and Wires from Damage by Rodents
 How to Protect Your Cables and Wires from Damage by Rodents
 How to Protect Your Cables and Wires from Damage by Rodents
 How to Protect Your Cables and Wires from Damage by Rodents
 How to Protect Your Cables and Wires from Damage by Rodents
 How to Protect Your Cables and Wires from Damage by Rodents
 How to Protect Your Cables and Wires from Damage by Rodents
 How to Protect Your Cables and Wires from Damage by Rodents
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How to Protect Your Cables and Wires from Damage by Rodents

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Many homes and offices have various cables and wires in place: computer cables, electrical wires, telephone lines, appliance cords, and wirings from our automation, smoke and fire alarm systems. These …

Many homes and offices have various cables and wires in place: computer cables, electrical wires, telephone lines, appliance cords, and wirings from our automation, smoke and fire alarm systems. These are essential in powering our properties and connecting our appliances or machinery to the power outlets so we can use our devices in carrying out our tasks

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  • 1. Electrician Sydney | Electrician North Sydney | Commercial Electrician SydneyHow to Protect Your Cables and Wires from Damage by Rodents 1Many homes and offices have various cables and wires in place: computer cables,electrical wires, telephone lines, appliance cords, and wirings from our automation,smoke and fire alarm systems. These are essential in powering our properties andconnecting our appliances or machinery to the power outlets so we can use ourdevices in carrying out our tasks
  • 2. Electrician Sydney | Electrician North Sydney | Commercial Electrician SydneyHow to Protect Your Cables and Wires from Damage by Rodents 2At times, you can find your children playing with the cords at home or find your petschewing at them. You can do much to protect your cords and wirings from contact bychildren and pets, but they are not the biggest threats.
  • 3. Electrician Sydney | Electrician North Sydney | Commercial Electrician SydneyHow to Protect Your Cables and Wires from Damage by Rodents 3The biggest threats are rodents, who have sharp incisor teeth to chew your cables andwirings and create electrical fires. Don’t you know that a significant percentage ofundetermined fires are caused by rodents?
  • 4. Electrician Sydney | Electrician North Sydney | Commercial Electrician SydneyHow to Protect Your Cables and Wires from Damage by Rodents 4There is not stopping rats and mice from entering your home and even squirrels canget into your home through the roof. If they find something to chew on, they begin afeast, and you are the one to pay.
  • 5. Electrician Sydney | Electrician North Sydney | Commercial Electrician SydneyHow to Protect Your Cables and Wires from Damage by Rodents 5Without your knowing, rats and mice would wander around to chew the insulation offthe wires of your computer, your telephone lines or cords of appliances. Squirrelswould get into your home and chew electrical wirings.
  • 6. Electrician Sydney | Electrician North Sydney | Commercial Electrician SydneyHow to Protect Your Cables and Wires from Damage by Rodents 6If you are not careful, you could see your home in flames. If you are not vigilant, thedamage is already done. What can you do to protect your cables and wirings fromdamage by rodents?
  • 7. Electrician Sydney | Electrician North Sydney | Commercial Electrician SydneyHow to Protect Your Cables and Wires from Damage by Rodents 7The basic protection is to keep your cords and wirings out of reach so rodents wouldnot reach them. Main reason why rodents chew on wires is because we did not coverthem for protection or prevent them from doing so.
  • 8. Electrician Sydney | Electrician North Sydney | Commercial Electrician SydneyHow to Protect Your Cables and Wires from Damage by Rodents 8You can use cord clips to attach cables and wires to wall surfaces.To hide wires, you can use a concealed surge protector. This will both protect your wiresagainst pests and against power surge and lightning strike.Enclose your cables and wires in tubes or conduits. You can slit PVC piping lengthwise andcover the cables going overhead. If they are too large, you can enclose them with a raceway.
  • 9. Electrician Sydney | Electrician North Sydney | Commercial Electrician SydneyHow to Protect Your Cables and Wires from Damage by Rodents 9The excess cord length of your appliance, telephone or computer can be both problematicand hazardous at times. You might trip over long cords or else rodents can easily damagethem. Why don’t you tuck the excess cord neatly in a cable turtle? They eliminate the mess oftangled cords and protect against damage too. Prevention and exclusion are still the bestmethods to prevent rodent damage. Seal all entry points and remove clutter that couldencourage rodent entry into your property.
  • 10. Electrician Sydney | Electrician North Sydney | Commercial Electrician SydneyHow to Protect Your Cables and Wires from Damage by Rodents 10As responsible owners of electrical items, we should also make sure to protect our cables andwires because without these, we cannot connect to our power sources. If you want to makean electrical adjustment for protection against rodents, you should contact yourElectrician Sydney.

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