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Old Wiring & Electrical Problems

14 September 2016

Older homes mostly have age-old wiring systems and now-obsolete fuse boards which function poorly often not providing enough power supply to today’s latest homes & devices. Porcelain fuse boards are rarely equipped with electrical safety switches. The risk of electrical fire is much higher and the standard of the homes electrical safety is greatly reduced.

Modern and correctly functioning switchboards and fuse boxes play a significant role in protecting your home wiring. The majority of older fuse boards and switchboards have re-wireable fuses which are made from porcelain ceramic.

These are less reliable & don’t comply with many modern safety standards.


Why are switchboard upgrades necessary for your household?

Older outdated switchboards are highly prone to age fatigue, short-circuit and overload.

• Their fuses are more unreliable and harmful as they tend to catch fire and burn out more easily.

• There is greater chance of personal electrical shock with older boards.

• The electrical safety switch, available these days with the latest switchboards, ensuring that you do not get serious electric shock or serious physical damage occurring due to a fire breakout.

An electrical safety switch shuts down the main power supply as soon as it senses the slightest hint of any power leakage from a broken wire or faulty