Electricity powers the world around us. But what exactly is electricity?
Electricity is a flow of energy, that, when harnessed, can be used to power all the appliances we interact with every day.
Most electricity comes from the turning of huge turbines, powered by steam produced by burning coal. This current then gets fed to the populace at a safe volume through huge electrical networks until it reaches the plugs in your house.
Winter is here, and with it comes our deep craving for hearty soups, pot roasts and the occasional cheeky hot chocolate.
When you think about it, your kitchen is the only place where water, hot surfaces, flexible appliance cables and electricity meet.
With our time in the kitchen (guiltily) increasing, we think it’s the right time to share some of our handy electrician tips for good electrical safety in the kitchen.