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Types Of Electricians

Given below are the different types of electrical technicians we provide.

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Commercial Electrician

The job of the commercial electrician is to install and maintain the electrical devices in commercial buildings.

Maintenance Electrician

Maintenance electricians are responsible for the general upkeep of an electrical system of a building, usually large factories.

Domestic Electrician

The domestic electrician is responsible for the wiring, earthing and maintenance of domestic buildings.

LATEST ARTICLES

Renovation mistakes new homeowners make

Refurbishing one’s home can make for an exciting venture, especially if there’s a lot of spare time to go around. The right eye can see boundless opportunities for improvements, whether it comes to building a new terrace, upgrading the dusty old bathroom, or giving the house a shining new color.    Performing renovation works in the home is especially popular in Scandinavian countries like Denmark, Sweden, and Norway. These countries have a lot of small houses that people own individually and with which they can “do as they please” both inside and outside, as opposed to many of the apartment blocks that are more normal in nations like England, Russia, and Japan.    Like everyone else, though, new homeowners in Scandinavia are prone to making certain mistakes when they decide to renovate their house – Norwegians in particular. And in true fashion of the saying “one man’s trash is another man’s treasure,” there’s a lot we can learn from their blunders. 

Taking on too much of their own – and not finishing it

When Norwegians (especially male) decide that they are going to refurbish the kitchen or the living room, they quickly conclude that they will obviously be able to do it all on their own. After all, their ancestors are the mighty Vikings, who could topple any obstacles that came in their way.    Invariably, though, taking on too much on their own comes to bite them in their backs. According to Byggefirma Askøy (a construction company in Askoy, an island close to Bergen), taking on too big a renovation project at once is often a mistake, because it leads to people not finishing one thing before moving on to the next. Western Norwegians seem to be especially prone to this phenomenon, and they would be much helped if they 1) hired professional help from the beginning, at least to find out what they would need help for down the road, and 2) finished one thing at a time. 

Underestimating the costs

One of the most common gaps in Norwegian’s refurbishing minds seems to be that they really don’t have a knack for estimating the costs accurately when they undertake renovation projects. They will commit to making their 30-year-old bathroom brand new, with beautiful tiles, a shiny toilet, and a state-of-the-art showerhead.    Thinking it might cost just a few thousand dollars since tiles, toilets, and showerheads don’t cost that much, they are startled when the bill comes out at ten, or even twenty thousand dollars. Because what they didn’t account for, among other things, is the wages they inevitably needed to pay the plumber and electrician for performing the much-needed upgrade of their electricity and plumbing system, as well as the new concrete they might need to pour to secure a steady floor for their bathroom.

How to pick the right plumber in Bergen

Looking for a rørlegger i Bergen? Here are some important steps you should follow in order to find the right one for you. 

 

The first thing you should do is to talk with your closest friends, family members and other people you know, to see if they have any good suggestions regarding a plumber they have used themselves. You should ask them about the way in which the job was done, whether it was completed within the timeframe you agreed upon, and of course, whether they charged a justifiable price which wasn’t too high in relation to the quality – or too low to be credible. 

 

Research: Find the right fit

In order for you to make a well-considered choice about what price the market is at today, you should get at least three offers from different plumbers. In other words, you should put out a job listing. Usually, a lot of people will show interest. After you have chosen a list of people who may be the right fit, you can then begin deciding on the one you want to do the work for you.

 

An effective job listing should specify… 

  1. Cost: Are you going to pay a fixed total price, or by the hour? If you have a big project to complete, the safest way is usually to go for a total price, since you then give an incentive to the plumber to be effective, and not to waste your or their own time. 
  2. Project details: To find the right plumber, you should explain the project in rich details. Be clear about what outcome you want. Using visual tools like pictures and videos will be very helpful. 
  3. Equipment: What kind of standard should the building materials have? And will you or the plumber be the fortunate one to get them?  
  4. Deadline: When should the job be completely done, no excuses? 
  5. Deadline of the job listing: By when should the offer be made to you?


You should also know that the plumbing companies that have received the most positive critique in your local area might be hard to reach by putting out a job listing, since they often already get a lot of projects through word of mouth. 

 

Contact person and severity 

As you collect your offers, it’s time to check the plumber’s severity in relation to the work they perform. 

 

One way of doing this is to search the web for their company, so that you can get feedback from people who sought their help. Often, the different websites for job listings also have reviews which anyone can read. 

 

You should be aware of one thing, though: the reviews which companies post on their websites are often chosen specifically because they mention good points about the company, and makes it seem absolutely fantastic. After all, those companies want as many customers as they can get.

 

If you follow these simple guidelines, you’ll be well on your way to picking the right plumber in Bergen. 

 

Electricians in Bergen are now giving digital inspection

Digital solutions are being applied to most industries today. This also holds true for electrical companies in Bergen, where a quite recent innovation has taken hold: the digital inspection. In this short article, we will first explain what the manual electrical inspection is, before we explain how the digital version is like.

 

What is an electrical inspection?

An el-inspection is performed by an electrician who controls your electrical system on an overall level. The el-inspection is a general review of your power meter, cables, power sockets, and different power switches, where small tests are made when there’s a suspicion that something might not be working as it should. The checkup is used to discover big and notable errors, so that the customer can feel safer with regards to fire hazards and power transmission. Power sockets, power switches, connection points, and lamps are also tested. Keep in mind, though, that electrical companies won’t dismantle any other electrical equipment than what they are testing if they don’t see anything suspicious.

 

In other words: An electrical inspection is a visual checkup with tests and measurements which include a conversation with the house owner or tenant. The electrician also gives general advice about el-safety, excessive voltage protection, extension cords, etc. Then they will give some tips as to what can be improved, if it’s necessary.

 

During the control, the owner of the house is also offered advice on points which have been accepted as good enough. A typical piece of advice is to limit the use of extension cords if these are to be used as a permanent solution. For equipment which is permanently mounted, for example a TV, fixed sockets should be used. If something unsafe is discovered, this is registered in a clear and concise report. Electrical companies can only recommend improvements, they can’t impose anything. But remember that it’s the house owner’s responsibility that their electrical system is in a state according to regulations.

 

How is the digital inspection performed?

A digital inspection is different from a manual inspection. In a manual inspection, an electrician comes to your house to check that everything is in order. In a digital inspection, they make you take some pictures of your power meter, extension cords, power sockets, and anything that would be necessary in a normal inspection. You can make the inspection as detailed as you want; for example, you can use a screwdriver to open power sockets in order to give the electrician a more thorough understanding of the state of your electrical system. (Make sure to turn the power off before you do this, in the relevant section of your house.)

Man on a digital inspection witha an electrician

One of the companies in Bergen that is a part of this innovation is Elektriker Bergen, and the CEO André Olsen, says that:

“This way, if you have any doubts about the safety of any electrical part of your house, you can just send in a few pictures to have an electrician look at them.”

In most cases, they will be able to give you immediate advice and offer you a price for fixing what needs to be fixed. And if they need more information before they can do that, they will contact you. It’s as simple as it gets.