QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS
– Is my smoke alarm mains powered?
Go check and see if you can see if has a green light glowing on the smoke alarm this will tell you if it is mains powered.
– Has my smoke alarm expired?
Most smoke alarms will have a expiry date or manufacture date. The date is usually near the battery, smoke alarms have a life of 10 years.
– How often do a replace the smoke alarm battery?
Smoke alarm batteries need to be replaced once a year.
– Can I do my own electrical wiring in Australia?
To do electrical wiring in Australia you need to be a qualified electrician and to charge for the service of electrical wiring you need to be an electrical contractor.
– Do LED’s really save on electricity?
LED’s can save you a lot on electricity, it depends on how much light you are considering replacing to LED.
– Is a RCD the same thing as a circuit breaker?
An RCD and a circuit breaker they do two very different functions. An RCD can be identified by the test button located on the device.
– If I don’t have RCD’s can an electrician install new lights and power points in my home?
New lights and power points are required to be RCD protected so can not be installed on a circuit with out RCD Protection.
– Can i replace my cook top with an induction cooktop?
It will depend on the cable size run from the switch board and the size of the new cooktop. We can do a few simple checks to see if you will have any issues.
– What do you do if you lose power?
If you lose power unplug things from your power points and try reset your RCD if that doesn’t work call us we will sort it out for you.
– Why wont my RCD reset?
It is either the RCD has detected an earth leakage or is faulty. If the switch is very floppy it is probably a faulty RCD.