This short informational note goes out to all domestic property owners and tenants. It is also of equal importance to those of you running a small to medium sized business. Because no matter what your trade, you will, by now, be making full use of commercial appliances or electronics. Domestic users, of course, are now using a range of appliances, mainly in their kitchens and living rooms. And let’s not forget the home office or study and DIY workshop.
The domestic and commercial law where appliances and electronics are concerned is to always exercise good housekeeping and risk management. But how easily folks discard these important principles. This is particularly the case when you are dealing with small-scale appliances and electronics. What can be said about the human nature? Nevertheless, always important for business owners are to apply their minds fully to readily available commercial electronics repair service and maintenance technicians’ qualified skills and knowledge.
While they have the licensing paperwork that shows that they are aptly able to tidy your commercial electronics inventory (small or large) up, they also have all product licensing papers and trade papers to rely on when carrying out complex repair work, should it ever be needed. You can be forgiven in thinking that there is little you can do when any of your electronics are out of commission, but in actual fact, there is still plenty you can do.
Let’s go back to good housekeeping and risk management. The rule is to always take good care of your appliances and electronic apparatus. Where such devices are likely to cause debris of some form or another, always make sure that they are properly cleaned after use. And make sure that surrounding work areas are cleaned too.