When it comes to electrics, there are many common problems that can occur in any room around the home. Many of these issues can be safely seen as non-dangerous and can be fixed immediately through simple instructions or actions. Some however, can be seen as extremely hazardous issues due to high voltages, open cables and running electrics mixing with materials.
The cost-of-living crisis that has recently hit the UK is making many people feel as if they’ve suddenly lost control of their finances.
According to Ofgem, the industry regulator for heating and power, the average household spends around £1200 every year on gas and electricity. And yet, this figure will only increase going forward due to national inflation across the UK.
As the UK works towards net zero by 2050, in April 2022, steps are already being taken in many different ways, with the Electric Vehicle Homecharge Scheme (EVHS) reforming their current plan, encouraging people to make this switch to more carbon neutral energy.