FAQ' s

Over 30 Years of
Service Excellence and Consumer Satisfaction

This page will answer all your questions related to plumbing and electricity.
Contact us if you have any other query.

What are the services that you offer?

We offer Electrical, Plumbing and Heating & Cooling services, which include the following:
● Lighting
● Surge Protection
● Fault Detection
● Drainage issue
● Blocked pipes
● Leaking sinks and taps
● Air conditioning
● Gas Heating
● Duct Cleaning
● Evaporative Cooling
● Shower and baths
● Plumbing for new homes

Why is plumbing necessary?

Plumbing is necessary for any building as it allows easy access to water, for drinking, cleaning and other purposes.

How do I know if it is time for a new water heater?

If your water heater needs frequent repairs or is not working as efficiently as before then you might need to replace it. Before that contact your electrician to check if there is a minor issue or an underlying issue in your heater.

My smoke detector keeps making noise. What is going on?

If your smoke detector makes continuous beeping noise then maybe its battery is dying out or it might be indicating a defect that needs an electrician’s attention.

How can I be sure that you really cleaned my air ducts?

We provide after and before pictures of the work we are doing at your property for our record. In case you want to make sure that your air ducts are actually clean or not, you can ask for the pictures we have clicked of the dryer vent and air ducts.

What Causes Residue and Stains in the Bathtub?

Red, brown, green stains in the bathtub could be a result of high levels of iron, carbon dioxide or any other chemical in water. When it reacts with oxygen it can leave residue in water and on the tub.

We have a good grounding, do we still need surge protection?

Surge protection devices(SPD) need a good ground to work properly. AC power SPDs divert the surge current into the ground, without this device surge current will look for other paths for a good round. This path can be found through electrical appliances, and the person using it might get heavily shocked or that appliance can fail.

What can I do to lower my electric bill?

Cutting back on your electric bill is not an impossible task, by making some necessary changes in our daily life, a lot of electricity and money could be saved. First, make it a habit to turn off electric appliances and lights when you leave the room. This will help you save a lot of electricity on a monthly basis. Switch to LEDs, and CFLs. Buy energy efficient appliances that consume less energy. You can even switch to solar power that will not generate any electric bills.

Why Is My Home’s Water Discolored?

Discolored water can be a sign of rusty pipes or aging water heaters. You can use this water for cleaning but it might not be very safe for drinking purposes.

Why Are My Recent Water Bills Increasing?

Increased water bill could be a sign of leakage in water pipes or faucets, or overflowing taks or pipes. You can avoid it by maintaining the water level in your water tanks, turning off the pump or water pipes when not in use, and fixing the leaking faucets and pipes.

Very little water comes out of my shower head, why?

Low pressure showers are very common, your showerhead might be clogged and needs some thorough cleaning. Clogged pipes, faulty water pressure regulator and closed valves can also result in low shower pressure.

When Should I Have An Electrical Safety Check?

To know when is the time for an electrical safety check, look out for these issues:

You have moved to a new building
The building is very old
There hasn’t been an electrical safety check recently
Electrical appliances are not working properly

An electrical safety switch saves lives – how does it work?

An electric appliance connected to a circuit can pass electricity to the person using it and cause serious injury. An electrical safety switch can detect the loss of power from the circuit and cut the electrical supply in 30 milliseconds, eliminating health risk.

My AC isn’t working. What should I check before calling an electrician?

Air conditioners need extra care if you want them to last for years. Sometimes ACs don’t work properly because of minor issues with battery or filter, you can try these tactics to fix it before calling an electrician. If the problem persists you can call an expert.

Check the batteries of the thermostat
Look for any blown fuse
Change the air filter
Make sure the temperature of AC is less than three degrees from the room temperature.

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