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10 Most Common Issues In Home Caused By Electrical Problems

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  1. 10 Most Common Problems in Home Caused By Electrical Issues - ELECZO.COM

  2. The problem with all electrical wiring and fittings of an early age is that they are not strong enough to power the electronic devices of this era. There are obvious signs of strain and overload issues with multiple extensions from a single outlet. The wiring can be weak or damaged due to the continuous use of high power electronics. If you experience high electricity bills, flickering lights, and damaged appliances, you can be sure that your home circuit is not in proper working condition.

  3. Electrical Surges Overloading Power Sags and Dips Uncovered Junction box Faulty light switches Flickering lights Tripping circuit breaker Fewer outlets Electric shocks Aluminum wiring Here are some of the most common electrical problems and solutions:

  4. Electrical surges are common electrical problems at home The easiest way to fix power surges is to check the device that connects to the home grid or the wiring of the wiring board and try disconnecting it from the device's power outlet. If that does not solve your issue, you probably have a wiring problem and call an electrician to do a full check of your wiring and power outlets. Electrical Surges

  5. Power Sags and Dips Faulty light switches Sags and dips only happen when electrical appliances are connected to a faulty power grid. It can also occur when the grid is made of low-quality material and cannot sustain a high-power machine connected to the outlets. One can easily recognize lousy craft or substandard products with dim switches that fail to adjust lights properly. On the other hand, the problem may also lie in the wiring, circuit, or outlets. Consult an electrician to solve these issues.

  6. A junction box has a lot of interconnected wires Uncovered Junction box A junction box has a lot of interconnected wires. If not covered, people might contact and suffer from electric shocks from damaged or open wires. Although the risk is minimal if the junction box is beyond reach, the continuous exposure to air and moisture can cause severe damage to the cables leading to other electrical problems like overload or flickering lights.

  7. Sometimes a light fixture is fitted with a bulb with a higher wattage than the designed fixture. The simple way to avoid such accidental damages to the house wiring is to stay below the wattage level of the fixtures. If the fixture is not marked with wattage, it is safe to use a 60-watt bulb or less to Overloading avoid any damages.

  8. FLICKERING LIGHTS ARE A SEVERE ISSUE WITH HIGH DAMAGE RISKS. These are experienced due to loose weather heads that connect and disconnect on windy days. Call an electrician immediately to fix the weather heads and stay safe from accidental fires. Flickering lights

  9. ELECTRIC SHOCKS ARE A TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE AND CAN BE SEVERE OR FATAL TO SOME. Electric shocks Other lesser-known reasons for electric shocks are old fixtures and poor wiring or bad quality electrical appliances.To resolve this issue, you can try testing another device to the same outlet or call an electrician to do a full check-up of the outlet wiring.

  10. USE HEAVY LOAD EXTENSION TO REDUCR THE CHANCES OF OUTLET BURN Most people use extension cords or power strips to extend the number of outlets present and plug in more devices. Using a heavy load extension cord reduces the risks of an outlet burn or insulation melting, but it is always advised to increase the number of power outlets in the house for better safety. Fewer outlets

  11. The only way to resolve this issue is to retrofit the entire wiring with copper fixtures and wiring, Aluminum is a cheap substitute for copper when it comes to house wirings. It was the best option for older days but is no longer a safe option. Aluminum corrodes when in contact with copper and can lead to loose connections and fires. The only way to resolve this issue is to retrofit the entire wiring with copper fixtures and wiring, which reduces the risk of corrosion and accidental fires Aluminum wiring

  12. The above listed were the most common electrical problems and solutions in and around the home. If you are facing the issues, Hire or ask electricians help. Most of the times a quality electrical product will reduce the electrical problems. At Eleczo.com we supplies only the qualified and certified products, for ensuring your safety which make it as our first priority, you can write to us at sales@eleczo.com to get best electrical products at discounted Eleczo.com prices.

  13. Thank you!