Electricians in East Rand

For prompt electricians in East Rand, call 0742208542 or 0110246649. We offer same day inspection, quote & repair!

electrician johannesburgElectrician in Johannesburg employs the best electricians in East Rand and has a reputation for speed of attendance. Our electricians in East Rand are among the most highly rated electricians in East Rand when it comes to efficiency. All the electricians in East Rand are expected to uphold the highest professional standards. We teach all our electricians in East Rand to work with due care. Our biggest priority is to ensure the safety of our clients and to help them avoid loss of money and income. Electrician in Johannesburg offers competitive pricing. If you have an electrical emergency , electrical repair, electrical installations or Electrical C.O.C (Electrical Certificate of Compliance) in East Rand, don't hesitate to call Electrician in Johannesburg on our 24 hour hotlines and we will dispatch our electricians in the East Rand area.

our guarantee -electrical servicesDue to the need to save electricity, Electrician in Johannesburg has embarked on an energy saving drive and this is known to all our electricians in East Rand. As a result, whenever you call Electrician in Johannesburg, our electricians in East Rand will be looking for ways to help you save electricity too. Our desire is to set standards for the other electricians in East Rand by giving good and satisfactory service for you benefit.

We advise the public to always treat naked wires, burnt wires, tripping plugs, tripping circuit breakers, burning smells, etc with caution. Switch off the affected area call the nearest electrician in East Rand. Our electricians in East Rand have a 30 minute response time for emergency electrical faults and all electrical repairs.

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Electrician in East Rand Tip Zone

Electrician in East Rand tips for electrical power surges:

  Electrician in East Rand Power Surges 1: There are 3 common types of electrical surges in East Rand. 

  • One type of surge comes from lightning strike.  The lightning hits nearby and causes an increase in the electrical charge coming through the power lines, hence an electrical surge into your house/property in East Rand.
  • Another common power surge is mainly caused by appliances or any unit which has a compressor or other high powered components like a motor, when switching the appliance on or off.
  • Power grid switching by the electricity utility company can also result in a sudden power surge into your house/property in East Rand.

Other possible cause of electrical power surges in East Rand may include tearing power connections apart with a vehicle or tripping over them, running a generator without disconnecting the commercial power supply and plugging in faulty power adaptors.Electrician - Surge protection

Electrician in East Rand Power Surges 2: Power surges are normally very brief, lasting only millionths of a second. They vary in duration and size/magnitude (from a few hundred Volts to several thousand Volts).

Electrician in East Rand Power Surges 3: Power surges cause damage because the increase in Voltage above an appliance’s normal operating Voltage and can cause an arc of current.  This generates heat which can damage electronic circuit boards and other electrical components.

Electrician in East Rand Power Surges 4: Sometimes the increase in current may not be enough to trip a circuit breaker, but it can damage more sensitive equipment, e.g. electronic devices and computers.

Electrician in East Rand Power Surges 5: Power surges can enter a home through several paths.  Lightning can take the path of the TV-aerial, satellite dish cables, telephone lines or the incoming electrical line.

Electrician in East Rand tips for protecting your home from power surges:light_bulb_2

Electrician in East Rand Electrical Surge Protection 1: Use surge protection at appliance level for sensitive and expensive appliances. Call Electrician in East Rand for electricity surge protection now! Dial 0742208542 or 0110246649.

Electrician in East Rand Electrical Surge Protection 2: Protection of the incoming electrical line at your electricity distribution board (overload). Call Electrician in East Rand for electricity surge protection now! Dial 0742208542 or 0110246649.

Electrician in East Rand Electrical Surge Protection 3: Protection on earth leakage or main breaker. Call Electrician in East Rand for electricity surge protection now! Dial 0742208542 or 0110246649.

Electrician in East Rand Electrical Surge Protection 4: Protection of TV-aerial and satellite dish. Call Electrician in East Rand for electricity surge protection now! Dial 0742208542 or 0110246649.

Electrician in East Rand Electrical Surge Protection 5: Protection of phone lines

Electrician in East Rand tips on how to respond to a ‘POWER SURGE’:

Electrician in East Rand How To Respond To A Power Surge 1: Check the wiring, see if there was any usual sound or if there is any evidence of burnt wires including burning smells. Call Electrician in East Rand for a thorough inspection and troubleshooting. Dial 0742208542 or 0110246649.

Electrician in East Rand How To Respond To A Power Surge 2: Check the circuit breakers and see if any circuit breakers appear burnt or faulty. Only touch the up and down switch but keep the breakers off if the switches are hard or if you smell or can see burning then call Electrician in East Rand for a thorough inspection and troubleshooting. Dial 0742208542 or 0110246649.

Electrician in East Rand How To Respond To A Power Surge 3: Your earth leakage or main breaker may be damaged. Call Electrician in East Rand for a thorough inspection and troubleshooting. Dial 0742208542 or 0110246649.

Electrician in East Rand How To Respond To A Power Surge 4: Get an appliance artisan to check any effected appliance. Call Electrician in East Rand for a thorough inspection and troubleshooting. Dial 0742208542 or 0110246649.

Electrician in East Rand How To Respond To A Power Surge 5: Install surge protection at point of use, point of entry, phone lines, aerials and satellite dishes. Call Electrician in East Rand for a thorough inspection and troubleshooting. Dial 0742208542 or 0110246649.


Electrician in East Rand 50 Tips On What You Can Do At Home to Save Electricity

Do you know why it's so important to save electricity at your house? It's because electric companies, such as ESKOM, often produce electricity by burning fossil fuels such as coal, oil, and natural gas. The burning of fossil fuels contributes to global warming and pollutes the air thus posing a real threat to our children’s future.

Electrician in East Rand Energy Saving Tips to Use Throughout the Year

  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 1: Be sure to turn off lights when you leave a room.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 2: Turn off machines when you leave a room (examples include TV’s, computers, radios, video games, VCR’s, and DVD players).
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 3: When you go away on a trip, be sure to unplug these same machines. The “stand-by” functions consume electricity even when the machine is turned off.Saving Electricity
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 4: Fill your dishwasher efficiently and limit the number of times you run it.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 5: Don’t put furniture and other things in front of heating and air conditioning vents.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 6: Keep doors and windows closed when heat or air conditioning is on.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 7: Put in a programmable thermostat on your air conditioner, which will keep your house/building at the right temperature during the day/night.  Programmable thermostats can reduce cooling and heating bills up to 10% because they lower the heat or raise the air conditioning when you are not at home.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 8: Check how much electricity your geyser uses. If it uses more than other models of geyser, replace it with a more efficient one.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 9: Put insulation around the pipes going in and out of your geyser.  If you have an older geyser, put a geyser blanket around it.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 10: If you will be out of town for more than a couple days, turn off your geyser.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 11: About once a year, drain one gallon of water from the faucet at the bottom of your geyser.  This gets rid of the sediment in the water which reduces the energy efficiency of your geyser.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 12: Change your furnace filter at least once a year or even more.  Filters get clogged up with dust and dirt that circulate in a house. This means that air has a more difficult time passing through the filter, and then your furnace has to work a lot harder in order to heat the house.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 13: If you have an attic or loft, take a look at the insulation in your loft.  Heat rises, which means that warm air rises into your loft. If you don’t have good enough insulation, heat will be wasted.  Insulation should be 15cm to 30cm foot thick.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 14: Close doors and vents in rooms you are not using.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 15: Hold a ribbon or feather up to windows and doors to see if there are any drafts.  If there are, put in weather stripping or caulking to keep the outside air out and to keep the air conditioning or heating in.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 16: Turn off the water when you are brushing your teeth and take shorter showers.  This will not only save water, but it will also save the electricity that it takes to pump and heat the water. 
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 17: Make use of daylight hours and do not turn on lights and lamps during daylight times.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 18: Use one large light bulb instead of a few small ones.  One 100-watt light bulb uses less energy and gives off more light than two 60-watt bulbs.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 19: Use fluorescent and energy-saving light bulbs because they use 75% less energy and last longer than incandescent light bulbs.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 20: Use light bulbs that are low in wattage in areas of your house where you don’t need bright light.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 21: Make sure that outdoor lighting is turned off during the day.  Use motion-detector lights or timer switches.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 22: Decide what you want from the refrigerator or freezer before you open them so you don’t waste electricity by standing there looking inside and keeping the door open.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 23: Vacuum the coils of your refrigerator every few months in order to lower your energy bill and to keep the condenser working better.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 24: Before putting hot foods into the refrigerator, cool them to room temperature (unless the recipe tells you not to do this).
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 25: Cook several food dishes in the oven at the same time.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 26: Keep the oven door closed until the food is done cooking.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 27: Defrost food before you bake or microwave it.  This uses 1/3 less energy than if you baked food that was still frozen.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 28: Wash full loads of clothing instead of smaller ones.  Use the coolest water possible for washing and rinsing the clothes. Wash laundry in cold water instead of hot or warm.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 29: Clean the lint filter of your dryer after every load.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 30: Dry full loads of clothes.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 31: Dry one load right after another because this uses less energy since the dryer is already hot.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 32: Be sure to stop the dryer as soon as the clothes are dry.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 33: Use a clothesline or a laundry rack instead of a dryer.

Electrician in East Rand Summer Tips

  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 34: Keep your blinds, drapes or shades closed during the day.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 35: Use ceiling fans or windows fans instead of air conditioning.  Ceiling and window fans use much less electricity.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 36: Only use air conditioning when it is really hot outside.Saving Electricity In Summer
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 37: Turn off your air conditioning if you will be gone from home for a long time.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 38: Clean or replace your air conditioning filters every month (in both central and window air conditioners).
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 39: Turn the thermostat up a few degrees when you have the air conditioning on.  23-24 degrees is very comfortable and you are saving up to 5% on your electric bills for each degree of temperature change.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 40: Plant trees in your yard because they help shade your house in the summer and keep your house cooler.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 41: If you can, shade your air conditioning unit.  If your unit is in the bright sun, it will use up to 5% more energy than if it was in the shade

Electrician in East Rand Winter Tips

  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 42: Keep your thermostat at or below 20 degrees. If you are cold, put on a sweater or sweatshirt.  Remember, you are saving up to 5% on your electric bill for every degree of temperature change.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 43: On sunny winter days, open your curtains, drapes, and blinds to let the sunshine in to warm up your house.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 44: Put clear plastic over some of your windows.  This will work like insulation and prevent cold air from getting in your house.Saving Electricity In Winter
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 45: Put caulking around window frames and doors from the inside.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 46: Make sure windows and doors close well so they do not let any cold air in.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 47: Repair any broken or cracked window glass.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 48: Plant trees in your yard because trees break the cold winter wind before it reaches your house.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 49: If you have a fireplace, make sure you have a tight-fitting damper and keep it closed when you are not using the fireplace.
  • Electrician in East Rand Tip 50: Use space heaters to heat only the rooms you're in (rather than a central system that heats the whole house), and turning off the heat when you're not home.

Electrician in East Rand Electric Shock First Aid Tips

Electric shock occurs when an electric current flows through the body. The human body is made up of 60% to 70% water. This makes it a good conductor of electricity. Burns, damage to internal organs, heart rhythm problems, and death can result from electric shock.Electric Shock

Electricity in East Rand 1: Signs & Symptoms

  • Shocking sensations. Numbness or tingling. A change in vision, speech, or in any sensation.
  • Burns or open wounds. These occur where the electric current enters and exits the body.
  • Muscle spasms or contractions.
  • Sudden immobility or fractures. A body part may looked deformed.
  • Interrupted breathing. Irregular heartbeats or chest pain.
  • Seizures.
  • Unconsciousness.
  • A small child who bites or sucks on an electric cord can have a facial injury or distinct burn around the rim of the mouth.
  • Electric Shock can cause tissue damage under the skin's surface.

Electricity in East Rand 2: Causes of Electrical Shock

  • Touching a high-voltage (more than 1,000 volts) source, such as high-tension wires that fall during a storm. Touching someone who is still touching a live current. Touching a low-voltage (less than 1,000 volts) current source, such as an electric socket or worn cord.
  • Mixing water and electricity.
  • Being struck by lightning. A bolt of lightning carries as many as 30 million volts.

Electricity in East Rand 3: Treatment of Electrical Shock

Contact with electricity from a high-voltage wire or being struck by lightning needs emergency medical care. Contact with electricity from a low-voltage current needs emergency medical care if any signs or symptoms listed above are present. A person who does not have any symptoms should still see a doctor to check for possible internal injuries.

Electricity in East Rand 4: To Avoid Being Harmed by Lightning

  • Heed weather warnings.
  • Take shelter in a building, if you can.
  • Stay in your car (if it is not a convertible) rather than out in the open.
  • If you are caught outside, avoid tall trees, open water, metal objects, and high ground. Crawl into a low-lying place or curl up on the ground, head to knees with your head touching the ground.

Electricity in East Rand 5: Self-Care / First Aid Procedures

Beware! Do not put yourself in danger in giving first aid. Do not touch the person until power is shut off.

  • If the source is a high-voltage wire or lightning, call emergency services immediately!
  • It is safe to touch a person struck by lightning.
  • If the source is a low-voltage current, remove the fuse or switch off the circuit breaker to the electrical outlet.
  • If you can't shut off the source, with dry feet and hands, use a board, wooden stick, rope, etc. to get the person away from the source.
  • If it is safe for you to touch the person, check for a response. Give CPR, as needed.
  • Unless it is absolutely necessary, don't move the person. He or she could have a traumatic injury, especially to the head or neck.
  • Check for burns. Cover burned areas with dry, sterile dressings.
  • Give first aid for Shock, if needed.

Electricity in East Rand 6: Prevention of Electric Shocks Electricity Precautions

  • Stay clear of fallen wires. Inform the police, electric company, etc.
  • Install ground-fault circuit-interrupters (GFCIs) in wall outlets of bathrooms, kitchens, etc. With GFCIs, when an electrical appliance falls into water, the current is instantly cut off.
  • Don't turn electrical switches on or off or touch an electric appliance while your hands are wet, while standing in water, or when sitting in a bathtub.
  • Replace worn cords and wiring.
  • Heed warnings to avoid electrical hazards.
  • Cover all electric sockets with plastic safety caps.
  • Before you do electrical repairs, remove the fuse from the fuse box or switch off the circuit breaker. Don't just turn off the appliance or light switch.