If your home frequently floods, is around or beneath high-power lines, is more than a decade old, or currently houses a great deal of electronics, your Wellesley Electrician can make sure your risk of electrical mishaps is reduced a For example, if your basement was to get flooded and your fuse box was below the water level, it could cause deadly accidents. It is not easy to recognize whether the water is electrified or not and it can kill almost instantly. Therefore, if there is a flood in your basement, and you have a power cut, call for your Wellesley Electrician.
Your Wellesley Electrician is not to be confused with a representative from your power company, although the power company does employ electricians. Power company technicians will only handle cases that have been assigned to them directly by the power company. Some of these problems are turning power on or off at the source, or re-instating power after there has been an outage or shutoff. While these people are obviously trained, they do not have the expertise to check or correct wiring problems inside your house, or install major appliances for you. For these tasks, you should call a qualified Wellesley Electrician.