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Important Tips Related to Electrical Safety in Bathrooms: For Every Household to Remember

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Bathrooms are dangerous spaces as a lot of accidents happen here. Whether it is just slipping or getting electrocution, such random incident can ruin oneís life. In order to avoid such worsening situations in life, it is better to get some practical alterations in the bathroom for the safety of one and all. It is absolutely true that electricity and water is a deadly permutation which can take lives of many people. Bathroom is such a place in home where these two meet quite often as we use trimmers, hair blowers and other equipment.



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Electrical safety should be the mandatory concern of every household. If you are not well versed about the safety aspects in bathrooms, then there are expert electricians who can offer great help. Besides the electrical appliances, tub, shower, sink and even toilet sink can pose as an electrical danger at times. Therefore, it is highly essential to take care of each and every aspect in the bathroom to keep the family safe in every situation.

Keeping electrical safety in the bathrooms

In order to prevent injuries, fires and deaths, there are various tips that every individual should remember and take care of while using the bathroom. Following are some of the tips related to electrical safety, try to fix them in your memory.

Tips for everyday

One should not touch switch boards with wet hands:
It is a common act to wash hands and then put off the switches with wet hands. One may not get electrocuted often, but at times it becomes severe, especially during monsoons. Therefore, dry your wet hands and then put off switches and plugs.
Do not keep any electrical devices near wash basin or sink:
Make sure you are not keeping your hair blower or trimmer or shaving machine in or around the wet sink. Water droplets may get inside the appliances and harm you at a later use.
Do not leave switches on:
Always make sure that the switches of the bathroom are off and there is no appliance plugged in when not in use.

Installation tips in bathroom



Bathroom
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No electrical outlet near wet spaces
While you are getting the installations in your bathroom, make sure that the electrical outlet is at a safe distance. In addition to this, the outlets should have ground fault circuit breakers, which can protect you from shocks by automatic switching off of the electrical device.
Check all the wiring in the bathrooms
Check that no wire is hanging from anywhere. There should be no cracks, no fraying and no dings in the wires and cords which might lead to harmful circumstances.
Regular testing
GFCI test should be done once in a couple of months to know if all the outlets are in proper condition. It is one of the most vital tips which are usually overlooked by many households. It helps in reduction of the electrocution risks up to a great manner.



Bathroom
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Need of professional electricians
In spite of taking utmost case of the electrical features in the bathroom, there are some aspects which should be left to the professionals. For instance, for any installation or repairs, it is better to call the electrician instead of performing any DIY techniques. Make sure you only call licensed person who has the skill, knowledge and experience to help you and to keep you safeguarded.

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