Edam's Electric offers free safety tips on its website, as well as, to all its customers in order to ensure their well-being and safety during any electrical malfunctions or disasters. Please read the following safety tips carefully.
We advise you to contact your electrical professional, as a minor problem could lead to a huge disaster. Contact us today for your free estimate.
If a fire occured at your house or business whilst we are not working on premises, we advise you to contact 911 immediately as they can manage such situations and ensure your safety.
Yes. Edam’s Electric offers you expert advise and free estimates on all your residential, commerical or industrial projects. We also have years of experience in our field which allows us to ensure your satisfaction.
No. Third prongs are usually installed in wires to prevent shock, it is highly unrecommended to remove it.
Whilst extension cords are usually safe, we do not recommend to have many of them around the house or business, or in fact have many connected together at the same time. We usually install extra power plugs to meet your needs and ensure your safety.
Some people manage to run extension cords around their houses or businesses. It is very unsafe to run extension cords and wires around the house/business. Make sure you do not run such extensions under carpets or heavy furniture as they can cause fire.
No. Certain appliances such as heaters, air conditions, irons, etc. require specific types of extension cords in order to handle their electrical demands. Failure to install the correct extension cord may result in severe damage and electrical shocks. Always consult your electrical professional before proceeding with any electrical installations.
You must contact your electrical professional in order to get you a new one installed, as continuing the use of a broken switch may cause electrical shocks.
GFCI stands for Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters and are designed to disconnect the circuit if there is a leakage current. By detecting small leakage currents (typically 5–30 milliamperes) and disconnecting quickly enough (<30 ms), they may prevent electrocution.
GFCIs are usually used in bathrooms, laundry rooms and outdoors.
Contact us to know more and check your GFCIs today!
We are here to help you understand which types of bulbs could work for the job you require, whilst specifying the voltage required for your precise case. Contact us for help.
Do not presume that any bulb could work for any kind of electricity you may have.
No! Using an appliance that has a damaged wire could cause electrical disasters and huge fires. Check if you can return the appliance or ask us if we can help.