Protecting you & your property
To protect your most valuable asset — your property — it’s important to keep your electrical systems adequately maintained. If your property has not been rewired in the last 15—20 years, it probably needs upgrading. And if you are a business owner with staff or the public on your premises, or a landlord, you have legal responsibilities regarding the condition of your electrical systems. Let Barnes Electricians be your trusted partner in managing and safeguarding your electrical investments.
As a business owner serving the public, an employer, or a landlord, you have a significant responsibility to guarantee the safety of your customers, staff, and tenants. Ensuring the proper functioning of your electrical installations is not only crucial for legal compliance but also for ensuring the safety of everyone under your roof. We offer a range of electrical services to help you with that.
As per the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974, Electricity at Work Regulations 1989, Provision & Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998, and Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999, businesses and landlords in the UK are legally mandated to ensure the health and safety of their employees and tenants. Barnes Electricians provide EICR inspections and maintenance to ensure you don’t fall foul of your legal obligations regarding the safety of your tenants, workforce and members of the public.
Don’t underestimate the potential cost of business disruption due to inadequate electrical maintenance. At Barnes Electricians, we’re dedicated to shielding you from such disruptions. If your electrical systems need expert attention, our team of experienced London electricians is at your service for maintenance, testing, and repairs.
Regular maintenance and testing form the cornerstone of a safe and functional electrical system. We can also tailor maintenance packages to meet individual business needs. This can include lighting, heating, air-con, refrigeration, security, data communications, energy efficiency, emergency power supplies, surge protection, PAT Testing and more. Clients on scheduled Electrical Maintenance Contracts enjoy attractive pricing and prioritised response times.
When were your electrics last upgraded or inspected
Planned power cuts by your electricity provider may be inconvenient and disruptive, but they’re not an electrical emergency requiring immediate action. So what is? By far the most serious electrical emergency is one that is likely to cause a fire with a subsequent risk to life. Below are a few more situations that require an electrician to attend—ideally before it becomes a full-blown emergency.
Burnt out fuse box
caused by faulty wiring
Top 10 domestic electrical emergencies
- Fire Caused by Electrical Issues: Electrical malfunctions or improper use can cause fires.
- Electrical Shock: Contact with live electrical wires can cause severe injury or death.
- Overloaded Circuits: Overloading circuits can cause fires or electrical shocks.
- Electrical Burns: Electrical burns can occur from electrical arcs or hot electrical components.
- Power Outages: Loss of electrical power can cause safety hazards and inconvenience.
- Short Circuit: A short circuit is a potentially dangerous electrical malfunction that can cause fires.
- Faulty Wiring: Damaged or faulty wiring can cause electrical shocks and fires.
- Electrical Storm Damage: Strong winds, lightning, and heavy rain can damageelectrical systems.
- Electrical Equipment Failure: Appliances or power tools can malfunction and cause injury or damage.
- Electrical Panel Problems: Electrical panels can develop problems such as loose connections, which can cause electrical hazards.
Fire service attending a warehouse
fire caused by an electrical fault
Top 10 commercial electrical emergencies
- Electrical Panel Overloading: Overloading electrical panels can cause fires in commercial buildings.
- Data Center Outages: Outages in data centers can result in loss of critical data and operations.
- Electrical System Malfunction: Malfunctions in commercial buildings can cause safety hazards and interruption of operations.
- Emergency Power Failure: Failure of emergency power systems can result in safety hazards and loss of operations.
- High Voltage Electrical Shock: Contact with high voltage electrical systems in commercial buildings can cause severe injury or death.
- Lighting System Failure: Failure of lighting systems in commercial buildings can cause safety hazards and loss of productivity.
- Elevator Power Outage: Elevator power outages can cause safety hazards and inconvenience for building occupants.
- HVAC Electrical Failure: Electrical failures in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems can cause comfort issues and loss of operations.
- Electrical Fire in Server Room: Electrical fires in server rooms can cause significant damage to critical data and equipment.
- Electrical Arc Flash Incident: An electrical arc flash incident can cause injury or death, as well as damage to electrical equipment.