Any office relies on electricity, and a good flow of power to a number of electrical outlets, devices, and lights. So when you start to encounter problems with your office electrics, and you lose this reliability, it can be both a logistical challenge, and a financial nightmare to get back on track. And there are a number of common electrical problems, that can plague your office. So what are these? And what can you do about them? Well, here at Walker Electrical, we are Preston’s leading electrical professionals, and we have produced this guide to the common office electrical issues.
Common office electrical issues
Although every office is different, there are often a number of things that commonly create electrical problems and issues. These include:
- Flickering lights- flickering lights can be a sign that your circuits and connectors are beginning to wear out, simply from use. This can be a real electrical problem, and will mean that your office needs rewiring. But flickering lights could also be an issue with the bulb, or the light fixture itself. So if you are experiencing this problem, it’s best to get the advice of a professional electrician. Flickering lights can be a nightmare for your employees, and are one of the most common office electrical issues we encounter.
- Intermittent power- if your trip switches keep being triggered, or you only have intermittent power, you may be overloading your circuit, or you may have a faulty electrical appliance. If your power continues to trip, so that you are are experiencing frequent power outages, you have a pressing electrical problem. Intermittent power indicates an issue with your circuitry or wiring, and this can be a safety issues for both you and your staff. As a result, any problems with intermittent power will need the urgent attention of a professional. This can also be a great time to update, modernise or expand your offices electrical power.
For professional support regarding any commercial electrical problems, get in touch with the experts today, here at Walker Electrical.