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act 1, scene 1.

electrician, first post, q and a, www.dunneelectrical.ie

Hi all,

Barry here, an electrician based in Dublin / Kildare

Here you will find electrical tips and tricks, your questions answered and some funny pictures and stories from the front line on the job. After 10 years I’ve seen every type of problem and some down right dangerous situations….

Have you got a question on an electrical problem? Well drop me a line – barry@dunneelectrical.ie. I’ll post the answer to your problem right here on the blog. Readers in Ireland can see the website for more contact details – http://www.dunneelectrical.ie/.

So add the RSS feed and talk to all again soon!


4 Responses to “act 1, scene 1.”

  1. fathertime — November 29, 2008 @ 9:13 am

    Very good pic. Must be a fake though don’t you think?

  2. fathertime — November 29, 2008 @ 9:16 am

    I have a question for you Barry, what is involved in rewiring a house? I guess it’s a very messy job?
    Also, tell me about the new energy rating of homes that is coming into Ireland soon (if not already here).

    Thanks,
    Old Father Time.

  3. Barry — May 21, 2009 @ 6:05 am

    Not sure if its fake looks like real beer to me . I think they are planning to have the barbacue in the pool

  4. Barry — May 22, 2009 @ 4:47 am

    House Rewiring is something you either love or hate doing . If its done right there will be very little mess .
    I would arrive a week before the job starts and see if there is any breakables that could be put away . Its also a good idea to have a good think as to were you want your sockets ect i always think its better looking at them than for them, if you have sockets behind lockers or hidden behind tables and furniture you might think of putting in some general use ones that you can get at . Any way back to the mess issue .I have rewired hundreds of houses and the only way to avoid mess is clean as you go . I would ask your electrician does he intent to be there all week or will he skip off for a day hear and there . as a guide a 3 bedroom house should take no more than 5 – 6 days to complete .dont forget to call me if you need a quote.

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