Emergency Electrician

We know that you can’t take risks when it comes to electricity. A shock can be fatal and any faults can cause serious fires.

We also know that emergencies can happen any time, day or night, which is why we offer a 24 hour electrician Dublin service. This is available to all types of clients, domestic, commercial etc.
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    Emergency Electrician Dublin Robbie Burke Electrical

    Emergency Electrician Dublin

    Have you got a Emergency Electrician problem? At Robbie Burke Electrical we can resolve all your electrical problems 24/7.

    All electrical engineers are fully trained and qualified so we can ensure safe solution. We have an excellent reputation and delight in going the extra step ensuring our customers are 100% satisfied.

    Get a Quote 085 816 6644

    Please contact us for more info information. We can offer competitive quotation and would welcome the opportunity to work for you.

    Emergency Electrician Tips

    • Never throw water on an electrical fire.
    • If possible, disconnect the faulty appliance or turn off the power.
    • Keep a multi-purpose fire extinguisher handy at all times.
    • Dispose of faulty appliances
    • Get electrical installations checked by a qualified and registered electrician.
    • Install smoke and carbon monoxide detectors in your home.

    We provide a full range of Emergency Electrician Dublin services here at Robbie Burke Electrical.

    We know that an electrical emergency can bring your entire home or business to a standstill.

    That is why in the unfortunate event of an emergency, we are able to provide you with fast and reliable support, to help you promptly locate exactly what is causing the problem.

    With years of experience with Emergency Electrician call outs, we can provide you with the most efficient and professional service the South East of Ireland has to offer.

    Always ensure that you choose a qualified and registered electrician for all work. We are a Safe Electric Registered Electrical Contractor.

    Electrical Emergencies

    There are many different types of electrical faults that need attending to. Some of these include:

    Damaged Wiring

    Damaged cords on electrical appliances
    Sparks emitting from sockets / appliances

    Power Cuts

    Appliances tripping your switches
    Melted plastic near wiring or fuse boards

    Urgent Electrical Emergency

    If you notice anything unusual or think you might require urgent assistance, please call us today.

    All our electricians are fully qualified, registered and insured and can callout 24 hours a day.

    Excellent customer service and quality management is very important to us, as well as providing a friendly, reliable, professional and competitive service throughout all of our work.

    Our client base is predominately from repeated business, and we believe this is due to us providing a great service from start to finish on all our jobs.

    We specialise in all types of commercial and domestic electrical work including fuse board changes, earthing arrangement upgrades, lighting projects, extensions and commercial work such as shop fitting and office refurbishments.

    We aim to achieve 100% customer satisfaction on all our work. Serving our customers with pride for many years our success is based on referrals from a great many satisfied customers.

    Our experience, expertise and efficient approach have ensured that we have become an established and trusted name through Ireland with a reputation for courteous and efficient professional service.

    What to do if somebody has received an electrical shock

    If the mains are switched on – do not touch the person – our bodies can conduct electricity and you may receive a shock too.

    Switch off the mains immediately. If you cannot switch off the mains, you still need to get the person away from the current as soon as possible.

    It is recommended that you stand on something that is dry and will not conduct electricity – for example wood, paper etc.

    Then use something else non-conductive to try break the person away from the electricity source.

    This could be the handle of a sweeping brush, a chair etc. Call an ambulance as soon as possible.

    Never move a person unless they are in immediate danger – oncoming traffic etc.

    If the person is not breathing, begin CPR.

    If you see any burns, try to cover them with clean lint free cloths or bandages – towels and other materials can cause fibres to stick to the wounds.