Do you need a reason to hire an Ahwatukee electrician? How about electrical safety?
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This is the age of do it yourself. A lot of times, people will run down to the hardware store or big box home improvement center and buy a book, or maybe buy a DVD and think they know everything on how to wire their homes. As a professional electrician in Ahwatukee, and we can’t stress this enough: electricity is dangerous.
According to the Canadian equivalent of OSHA, the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety:
“Why is it so important to work safely with or near electricity?
The voltage of the electricity and the available electrical current in regular businesses and homes has enough power to cause death by electrocution. Even changing a light bulb without unplugging the lamp can be hazardous because coming in contact with the “hot”, “energized” or “live” part of the socket could kill a person.
What do I need to know about electricity?
All electrical systems have the potential to cause harm. Electricity can be either “static” or “dynamic.” Dynamic electricity is the uniform motion of electrons through a conductor (this is known as electric current). Conductors are materials that allow the movement of electricity through it. Most metals are conductors. The human body is also a conductor. This document is about dynamic electricity.
Note: Static electricity is accumulation of charge on surfaces as a result of contact and friction with another surface. This contact/friction causes an accumulation of electrons on one surface, and a deficiency of electrons on the other surface. The OSH Answers document on How Do I Work Safely with Flammable and Combustible Liquids? (Static Electricity) has more information.
Electric current cannot exist without an unbroken path to and from the conductor. Electricity will form a “path” or “loop”. When you plug in a device (e.g., a power tool), the electricity takes the easiest path from the plug-in, to the tool, and back to the power source. This is also known as creating or completing an electrical circuit.” [Visit Source]
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