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Electrical Contractors Castle Hill NSW

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For all your residential, commercial and emergency electrical needs in Castle Hill and the Hills District, call the trusted, local Pros on (02) 8310 4675.

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Electrical Contractors Castle Hill NSW

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  2. 2. Electrical Companies Castle Hill NSW As a fully licensed residential and commercial electrician in Castle Hill, you can hire Castle Hill Electrician Pros with the peace of mind that you’ve hired one of the best electrical contractors in Castle Hill. You are assured of the highest quality professional service, carried out correctly & at the first time of asking! For all your residential, commercial and emergency electrical needs in Castle Hill and the Hills District, call the trusted, local Pros on (02) 8310 4675. For more information, visit: http://castlehillelectrician.com/.
  3. 3. Affordable Electrician Castle Hill NSW Make it a point to ensure that all electrical cords are tucked along walls tidily; this will help prevent tripping accidents and will keep the cords away from inquisitive pets as well. Don’t use extension cords as a permanent solution while using any electrical device like a computer etc. Do not plug in multiple devices into one powerpoint; not only will that result in a load on the electrical system but can lead to a fire as well.
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  7. 7. Electrical Contractor Castle Hill NSW The electrical specifications for your spa will depend on the model chosen. If you have a hard-wired spa that operates on 230V-240V, you need to have a manual disconnect situated at least 5 feet from the spa; it should be within line of sight so that proper spa safety can be maintained. Ensure that the spa’s electrical system is appropriately wired and grounded, and that there is a GFCI cord attached to it. In order to properly wire your 230V-240V spa, ensure that it’s plugged directly into a separate outlet to avoid an overload on the circuit.
  8. 8. Electrical Contractors Castle Hill NSW The power point should be of exterior grade and should have an earth leakage protection device (this isn’t required if your main switchboard already has one). Your electrician would be able to advice you on the correct location of the spa in relation to the power point. But in most case, you can’t have the power point positioned closer than 1 meter to the spa in order to maintain electrical safety. If your spa feature has to be hardwired, the electrician will have to make two trips. The first time around, he would complete all the initial electrical connection tasks and would then come in a second time to connect the wires after the spa has been delivered.
  9. 9. Electrical Contractors Castle Hill NSW How do I get my electrical qualifications recognised for work in Australia? In Australia, regardless of your qualification, you need to have an electrical licence to work as an electrician. Yet funnily enough this key step is often overlooked by people arriving for work on a temporary or working holiday visa. As a result many overseas qualified workers have arrived in Australia and found themself unable to work until they have gone through a formal skills assessment process.
  10. 10. Effective Electrician Castle Hill NSW But what do I need to do! A simple Google search of the internet will show you the confusing range of information and misinformation about how to get your skills assessed if you're an electrician and want to migrate to Australia. If you're looking to migrate to Australia on a temporary work visa and have sponsorship by an Australian employer, you can now opt in to the skills assessment process that applies for permanent migration.
  11. 11. Efficient Electrician Castle Hill NSW If your electricity meter has blown it takes up to three different entities to bring you back online. Your electricity supplier needs to install a new meter. Your electrical contractor needs to replace the main switch and circuit breakers. We recommend having safety switches installed on each circuit in these situations as you can’t be sure of hidden wiring damage or damaged appliances.
  12. 12. Electrical Engineer Castle Hill NSW The Importance of ‘Grounding’ Electrical Currents Humans have made some truly remarkable discoveries in the electrical field, and one extremely important lesson has been the importance of grounding electrical currents. Electricity has provided countless benefits to people, but it still remains one of the most deadly elements readily available in our daily lives. Unless you have already grounded your electrical systems, you are taking a rather large risk by not doing so. In an electrical circuit, there is what’s known as a active wire, which supplies the power, and a neutral wire, which carries that current back. An additional ‘grounding wire’ can be attached to outlets and other electrical devices and also securely connected to the ground at the breaker box. This ground wire is an additional path for electrical current to return safely to the ground without danger to anyone in the event of a short circuit. If a short circuit did occur, the current would flow through the ground wire, causing a blown fuse or tripped circuit breaker – an outcome much more preferable than the fatal shock that could result if the current was not grounded.
  13. 13. Electrical Engineering Castle Hill NSW It’s clear that grounding electrical work is a smart move, but how does it work? In most homes, the wiring system is permanently grounded to a metal rod driven into the ground or a metal pipe extending into the house from an underground water-supply system. A copper conductor connects the pipe or rod to a set of terminals for ground connections in the service panel. For wiring systems that use electrical cable covered in metal, the metal usually serves as the ground conductor between wall outlets and the service panel.
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