What is fault finding?
Fault finding is self-explanatory, a fault such as tripping circuits or a blown fuse can occur at any time, leaving you without lights or power in your home or business. When an engineer arrives at your property, they will test the electrical line to determine the location of the fault. The trained engineer will repair the fault once it has been located within your property. If the fault requires an electrical part to be installed, which the engineer will need to collect or return another day, the engineer will isolate the fault within your electrics to ensure it does not escalate to a major issue.
Small faults within the home
Electrical faults can be minor and insignificant at times, but they have the potential to become dangerous. If you notice any small faults in your home, such as sockets or lighting, please contact a local electrician to inspect the problem. We would strongly advise having the fault checked out by a qualified electrician as soon as possible, as this prevents the fault from becoming dangerous and may work out cheaper in your favour.
The steps to fault finding
Examine the faulty equipment.
Analyse to determine the source of the problem.
Determine the exact cause of the problem.
Explain your findings and the best way to solve the problem.
Carry out the repair to resolve the problem.
Test and double-check that the equipment is working properly.
Fault finding at specialist electrical
Our fault-finding service is linked to our call-out service. We can dispatch an engineer to you within a few hours of receiving your call. We have completed many fault-finding callouts, leaving the customer satisfied with the work done, which is why we are rated 5 stars. Our team of trained engineers will arrive at your property as soon as possible to fix the problem and get your electrics back up and running.