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City Electricians provide emergency Electricians in Wellington 24 hours a days, 7 days a week.
 
A Registered Electrician will answer your call and discuss the immediate indication of the level of emergency and a response time.
 
For all emergencies please call on: 0508 248 953
 
All electrical work is undertaken by Registered Electricians with current practicing licenses.
 
 
 
What to do in an Electrical Emergency
 
If someone is in contact with electricity do not touch them as this could also cause you to be electrocuted. Immediately turn off the power supply at the main switch. If you are unable to do this or locate the main switch, push the person in contact with the electricity away from the supply with something which does not conduct electricity for example a wooden broom handle.
 
Call for an ambulance and administer first aid if required.
 
Most domestic electrical emergencies do not involve persons in contact with the electrical supply, but are caused when the safety features (RCD's or MCB's) cut off the supply or "trips". Before calling an electrician unplug all the appliances and turn off all the lights, reset the device (RCD or MCB) and slowly replug appliances. check to see that it is not a bulb that has blown and needs replaced.
 
Handy Hint: keep a torch handy for emergencies at night and remember to test the batteries on a regular basis
 
Terms and conditions
 
CEL will isolate and make safe any cabling or dangerous items for repair on the next working day.
 
There is a minimum 2 hour callout time period, this can include travel time if within the Wellngton CBD
City Electricians provide emergency Electricians in Wellington 24 hours a days, 7 days a week.
 
A Registered Electrician will answer your call and discuss the immediate indication of the level of emergency and a response time.
 
For all emergencies please call on: 0508 248 953.
 
All electrical work is undertaken by Registered Electricians with current practicing licenses.
 
What to do in an Electrical Emergency
 
If someone is in contact with electricity do not touch them as this could also cause you to be electrocuted. Immediately turn off the power supply at the main switch. If you are unable to do this or locate the main switch, push the person in contact with the electricity away from the supply with something which does not conduct electricity for example a wooden broom handle.
 
Call for an ambulance and administer first aid if required.
 
Most domestic electrical emergencies do not involve persons in contact with the electrical supply, but are caused when the safety features (RCD's or MCB's) cut off the supply or "trips". Before calling an electrician unplug all the appliances and turn off all the lights, reset the device (RCD or MCB) and slowly replug appliances. check to see that it is not a bulb that has blown and needs replaced.
 
Handy Hint: keep a torch handy for emergencies at night and remember to test the batteries on a regular basis
 
Terms and conditions
 
CEL will isolate and make safe any cabling or dangerous items for repair on the next working day.
 
There is a minimum 2 hour callout time period, this can include travel time if within the Wellngton CBD

 

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