Fuseboard Upgrade Sheffield
Fuseboard Upgrade Sheffield – Upgrading your old Fuseboard to a new 17th edition RCD protected fuseboard will make your home safer, the new 17th edition fuseboard protects you and your home from the risk of electric shock and all other electrical hazards by means of quick disconnection.
Many homes around Yorkshire still have old style fuseboards with rewireable fuses which are outdated and offer no protection against electrocution.
A 17th edition fuseboard with RCD, a life saving device that is designed to stop you receiving an electric shock. More than half of the homes in the UK don’t have an RCD installed in their homes putting the occupants to unnecessary risk from electrical hazzards.
To verify the status of your current fuseboard or check if you already have RCD protection on your current fuseboard, go to your fuseboard and have a look to see if there is a device with a push button marked ‘T’ or ‘Test’. This ‘test’ button is part of an RCD.
If you have an RCD, you should make sure that it is functioning properly by pushing the test button every three months. When tested, the RCD should switch off the power to the areas of the home it protects.
If you still have an old style fuseboard , we recommend that you upgrade to a new 17th Edition RCD protected board. Rewireable fuses are OLD technology, nuisance, inadequate protection for current electrical appliances and do not provide any protection against electric shock or electrical fire.
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