Posts Tagged ‘Electrical Work’

Single Pole Switch Lighting Circuits – How to wire a light switch

How to wire a single pole light switch, in this video we look at how a single pole light switch works and the different ways to wire a light circuit. This is the most basic light circuit using just a single pole light switch.

Four Way Switching Explained – How to wire 4 way intermediate light switch

How to wire 4 way light switch and intermediate switch, in this video we explain how four way intermediate switching works to connect a light fitting which is controlled with three or more light switches. We look at the EU colour coding wires and explain the different ways to connect the lighting circuit.


Electric Board Wiring Connection ,socket , switch Indicator lamp,fuse,fan point,lighting point 7 way Board.

How to install electrical 3 gang lighting switch for house and building wiring tagalog

Electrical switch actual installation for beginner.. house wiring and building wiring installation tutorial video.tagalog

1 How to install electrical lighting switch for house and building wiring ..tagalog

Two Way Switching Explained – How to wire 2 way light switch

Just how to wire 2 method light button, in this video clip we discuss how two method changing functions to attach a light suitable which is regulated with 2 light switches. We look at the EU colour coding cords as well as clarify the various ways to attach the lighting circuit.


Emergency Electrician BH Electrical Work Completed

Enfield Electricians | BH Electrical | Electrical Work

I am Brian and I am the Owner of BH Electrical.

I find being an Local Electrician in London both very exciting and rewarding as everyday is different.

One day the problem is a simple fuse that has blown and other times expensive time consuming Diagnostics need to be done on the Electrical installation.

I was called out to a Flat in Chelsea after the owner had replaced 3 lights bulbs out of a pack of 5 and still the light did not work.

On Arrival this was explained to me and I used my Fluke non contact voltage detector on the light cabling and socket and there was a positive reading for power at the light socket.

I asked to see the pack of bulbed which were E27 type and I removed bulb number 4 and promptly screwed it into the socket.

The next part of the story is obvious as the bulb did light up and the problem was fixed.

The Emergency Electrician faces very small problems such as this one but some problems can be very complex and very time consuming requiring very expensive testing equipment and Expertise which BH Electrical have in abundance.

I have just started posting to this Blog and hope to give some insights into the say to day work of a Qualified Emergency Electrician in the London area.

Feel free to post questions about anything Electrical and I will be Happy to reply with an Authoritative reply for all to see.