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The Dangers of Using USB Style Chargers

Posted by Simon Caddy Electrical on 9 May 2017
The Dangers of Using USB Style Chargers
USB style chargers are now common place among households and workplaces.  While they provide the convenience and often speed of charging, care must be taken when purchasing such chargers. In 2014, a safety alert was issued by the Department of Fair Trading after the death of a consumer where an unapproved USB charger was implicated. All electrical products sold in NSW must comply with the Electricity (Consumer Safety) Act 2004 and its regulations to ensure they are designed an...
Posted in: Electrical Safety  

Choosing underfloor heating

Posted by Simon Caddy Electrical on 13 February 2017
Choosing underfloor heating
If you're in the market for an efficient way to heat up your home, underfloor heating may be a good option for you. We all know how it feels to step onto cold floors in dead middle of winter at 6am!  Yet choosing the best option for you can be confusing and not to mention expensive if you choose the wrong option. So, what are the benefits of underfloor heating. Firstly, not having to use radiators or electric heaters means freeing up valuable space for furniture placement and the...
Posted in: Staying warm  

Shoud I convert to LED lights?

Posted by Simon Caddy Electrical on 13 February 2017
Shoud I convert to LED lights?
Swapping out your incandescent lightbulbs for LEDs has several benefits. These include saving money on your electric bill, superior light quality, less impact on the environment and replacing bulbs once every decade or two instead of every few months.
But shopping for LEDs can be confusing. Aside from the vast array of bulb shapes to choose from, there are terms you've probably heard before, such as lumens and Kelvin, but don't exactly understand. On top of that, there's a seemin...
Posted in: Energy Efficiency  

Home safety electricity tips

Posted by Simon Caddy Electrical on 12 February 2017
Home safety electricity tips
Electricity is part of our lives. We use it from the moment we wake up and throughout the day. As a result, we sometimes forget how powerful and dangerous it can be. Your electricity supplier is responsible for getting electricity to your home, typically known as the electrical point of supply on your premise.  Other than the metering equipment, you are responsible for any infrastructure, cabling, switchboard or private power poles beyond the point of supply. Below is a guideline...
Posted in: Electrical Safety  
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All you need to know about decorative lighting

Posted by Simon Caddy Electrical on 6 July 2017
All you need to know about decorative lighting
Light can transform moods and the whole environment around you.  With shades of light, the whole ambience of the room can be changed fr...
Posted in: Electrical Services Decorative Lighting  

Smart meters - do I need one?

Posted by Simon Caddy Electrical on 6 July 2017
Smart meters - do I need one?
You may have heard of smart meters, but what exactly are they and how do they work?  Even more important, should you install one? Read ...
Posted in: Energy Efficiency Smart Devices Saving Power  

Should your business have a back-up generator or UPS?

Posted by Simon Caddy Electrical on 6 July 2017
Should your business have a back-up generator or UPS?
There are few things that are more disruptive to a business than interrupted power supply. Whether your business relies on computers alone o...
Posted in: Smart Devices Electrical Services Saving Power  

The pros and cons for going solar

Posted by Simon Caddy Electrical on 5 June 2017
The pros and cons for going solar
Solar energy is, simply, energy provided and produced by the sun. This energy is in the form of solar radiation, which makes the production of s...
Posted in: Energy Efficiency Saving Power  

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