Question: I have a challenge with my Smoke detector. It keeps beeping. What can I do?
A major reason why your smoke detector is beeping continuously could be that the battery needs to be replaced. As long as you value the safety of your home, it is important to have the battery of your smoke detector replaced on an annual basis. Also, it must be stated that the smoke alarms may beep at intervals if the battery is low. Once you have the battery replaced, you will no longer hear the beeping sound.
Question: I am low on funds. Can I carry out electrical work on my property?
There are different considerations that must be made before this question is addressed. The first thing is to note that there are some basic electrical jobs that you can do. For example, you do not need an expert to change your bulb or to fix a circuit breaker that trips. Anyone that has basic electrical
knowledge can handle these. However, it is not advisable to handle any job that needs technical expertise. Any electrical problem that requires more than a quick fix must be handled by an expert.
This can save you from personal injury, electrical fire or even death. It is wise to call an electrician to fix delicate issues which you may not be able to handle. This single move could save your life!
Question: I noticed that the light in my home is flickering. What could be the cause?
One of the common electrical challenges that most homes face is the issue of flickering lights. This could be an indicator that there is a serious electrical problem. The first thing that you must do is to change the bulb but if the issue persists, you must call an electrician. One of the major causes of flickering light is loose wiring. This can lead to electrical fire if it is not addressed immediately.
Question: I realized that my circuit breaker has tripped. How can I reset it?
A tripped breaker can put a sour note on the flow you are experiencing either at home or in the office. When it trips, it affects the entire electrical circuit which makes your electrical appliances and devices not to work optimally. Here are some steps that can guide you when you want to fix it:
Find out where the Circuit breaker in your home or office is situated. The panel is usually found in your basement, closet or Garage.
Locate the tripped breaker. You will realize that other breakers will be in the ON position. Once you locate the one that is in an OFF position, you must quickly align it with the other breakers. When it is switched on, you will notice an orange or red color displayed.
You can reset the breaker by switching it OFF and switching it back ON. You will hear a clicking sound or a snapping noise when it is properly aligned.
Question: My breaker keeps tripping and I need to fix it. What can I do?
When you have a recurrent challenge with your breaker, you must quickly call the Peachtree City Electrician Squad. It could be that too many electrical appliances or devices are connected to that particular circuit. When a circuit is overloaded with electrical appliances, it can cause your breaker to trip. On the other hand, it could be a pointer to the fact that you have a major electrical problem on your hands. Our team can help you find out the exact issue with your breaker and recommend a good plan to fix the challenge.