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Unlicensed Conversion to Licensed Storage Water Heater

Water Heater Electrocution

As seen on CNA Talking Point – A Serious Risk from Faulty Installation

The Danger of Water Heater Electrocution

Water heater electrocution is a serious risk that can lead to injury or death. Faulty installation, poor maintenance, and improper use of water heaters are some of the main causes of such incidents. It is important to be aware of the risks and take necessary precautions to prevent accidents.

Water Heater Electrocution

Importance of Professional Installation

Professional installation of water heaters by a PUB licensed plumber is crucial to ensure their safe and effective operation. Licensed and experienced plumbers have the necessary skills and knowledge to install water heaters correctly and according to safety standards. They can also submit the installation to PUB for certification that it is safe to use. DIY installation or hiring unlicensed contractors can lead to serious risks, such as electric shock and fire hazards, and may not be certified by PUB as safe for use.

Water Heater Electrocution

Faulty Installation

Faulty installation of water heaters can lead to electric shock and fire hazards. Improper grounding, exposed wiring, and inadequate insulation are common causes of electrocution. To prevent such risks, it is crucial to have a licensed and experienced plumber install your water heater and perform regular inspections to ensure proper functioning.

Water Heater Electrocution

Regular Inspection and Maintenance

Regular inspection and maintenance of water heaters is essential to ensure their safe and efficient operation. A licensed plumber can perform regular checks to detect any issues, such as rust or corrosion, and address them promptly to prevent potential risks. Neglecting maintenance can lead to serious safety hazards and reduce the lifespan of the water heater.

Water Heater Electrocution

Twin faults led to boy’s fatal electrocution while showering

In conclusion, water heater electrocution is a serious risk that can be prevented with proper installation and regular maintenance. Hiring a licensed plumber for installation and inspections, and addressing any issues promptly, can ensure the safe and efficient operation of your water heater. Stay safe and enjoy the benefits of a properly functioning water heater with regular maintenance.

Water Heater Explosion

As seen on CNA Talking Point hidden dangers of the water heater could have the risk of explosion.

Water Heater Explosion

Unlicensed Conversion to Licensed SGD390

Due to Blocked Drain Pipe Neglected by Handyman

The unlicensed plumber did not check whether the drain pipe in the wall was obstructed. This prevented pressure from releasing and the pressure continued to build up until the water heater exploded.

Unlicensed Conversion to Licensed SGD390

Water Heater Explosion

Improper Installation of Pressure Relief Valve by Handyman

Some handyman do not install the drain pipe at all. When the water heater releases steam, water droplets can land on the ceiling, causing wet patches. Handymen may cover the drip to stop the water, but this will also stop the pressure relief valve from releasing pressure. As a result, the pressure will continue to build up until the water heater explodes.

Unlicensed Conversion to Licensed SGD390

Unlicensed Conversion to Licensed

Unlicensed Conversion to Licensed