How Do You Maintain Completed Electrical Installation Work?

When an electrical installation is complete, it’s not quite a job that you can just set and forget. Electrical installation work needs to be maintained to ensure its longevity, prevent any troubles, and meet strict safety standards. 

At EDSA, we offer a range of maintenance services for our clients. We have electricians across Victoria ready to step in 24/7 in urgent situations, and we also offer maintenance solutions with scheduled follow-ups for preventative action, conducting tests and inspections to keep your electrical work certified and safe. 

What services you’ll require will depend on the equipment you use and the electrical installation environment. Home environments, for example, may require less frequent maintenance visits than a corporate office with demanding electrical needs. 

Here at EDSA, we provide the following maintenance services:

  • Test and tagging services for electrical equipment
  • Routine maintenance for essential services
  • Exist and emergency testing and repairs
  • Switchboard maintenance and repairs
  • Lamp replacements and inspections
  • C-Bus, KNX, Dali, Lutron, Dyna light lighting control maintenance
  • Building management systems
  • Emergency call outs
  • Professional advice
  • Lighting Upgrades
  • Thermal imaging
  • New installations
  • RCD upgrades
  • PAT testing
  • Auditing.

What Can You Do To Maintain Your Electrical Work? 

In between visits, the best way to maintain your electrical work is to treat it with care. Leave it alone and ensure that it is safe from vermin, moisture or environments that could create problems or damage. Don’t overwork your electrical infrastructure beyond its capacity. If your needs change, contact experts. 

It goes without saying that you should never attempt to maintain electrical work yourself. Simply ensure you keep it out of harm’s way and consult qualified electricians should you have any concerns. 
Contact EDSA to discuss a maintenance management plan and learn more about how we can help in the event of an emergency.