Faulty Fuse Boards are Dangerous - Capital City Electrical Launches New Promotion

Edinburgh Electricians Raise Awareness about the Danger of Outdated Fuse Boards
Old fuse box
Old fuse box
EDINBURGH, England - Aug. 14, 2014 - PRLog -- Capital City Electrical have today announced a new promotion for fuse board upgrades targetted at Edinburgh businesses and homeowners.  This promotion is particularly appealing to landlords and new homeowners who have properties which are in need of a lot of renovation. Capital City Electrical are Edinburgh electricians and were established in 2008. They have built up a large portfolio of clients which include letting agents, local businesses and homeowners throughout Edinburgh and Scotland.

This promotion is designed to raise awareness about the danger of retaining outdated fuse boards within properties. Unsafe antiquated electrical installations can lead to fires and should be upgraded as soon as possible.

Co-owner of Capital City Electrical, Steven Wright, explains “We see many properties which have an outdated fuse board and we get quite frustrated as using this installation can be unsafe in today’s setting. Overloading is common due to the number of high powered appliances that are commonly used today. This can lead to fire and worse. We want to offer an affordable way for people to upgrade and so we have launched this promotion”.

Capital City Electrical have announced that their promotional price is £300 + VAT. Homeowners, landlords and businesses considering upgrading their fuse board are encouraged to visit http://capitalcityelectrical.co.uk/ for details.

Capital City Electrical are Edinburgh based electricians established in 2008. They are qualified NICEIC approved electricians and undertake work throughout Edinburgh and Scotland.

Source:Capital City Electrical
Tags:Edinburgh electricians, Electricans Edinburgh, Electrcian Edinburgh
Industry:Home, Property
Location:Edinburgh - Lothian - England
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