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I recently started up my own handyman business and wondered what I am allowed to do in terms of electrical work in customers houses. The sort of thing I am talking about is changing mains sockets, light fittings, light switches, extending existing ring mains... I know that for work in bathrooms...
Hi, Please excuse the 'jump straight in' thread! I've tried looking all over the internet for a solution to my problem, but can only find links to Landlord and Tennant issues!!
I have an electric roller shutter door on my garage that has been installed for a number of years. I used to be able...
Hi, I'm looking for a cheapish but good multimeter with a backlight on the display and turns off automatically.
The cheapest Fluke 101 has auto-off but the website doesn't say if it has a backlight.
Hi all I've had a handyman fit some lights for me in a hotel. He's given me a minor works for them but I've just had an electrician tell me that I won't be covered if I showed them to my insurance company if something happened as he isn't registered but the certs are legit is this right or are...
Now for those of you who follow my posts, you will know that I'm currently working as a Maintenance Electrician for a medium-sized shopping centre. Now the job has been swell to date, and I've enjoyed working there. Now the problem - and maybe, just maybe its me being paranoid.
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