November 18, 2014
If I point an electric field detector at any of the walls in my house, then my detector shows signs of an electric field. It makes hunting for cables impossible, because every single square inch of wall space registers “activity” on the detector.
BTW, it’s a pity that this forum seems to have little activity. I wish that Lloyd Burrell would participate..
April 3, 2018
My guess is that your walls are somehow conductive, such that electric fields/current (almost definitely from the live wires circuit behind the walls) are dispersing across their surfaces and generating electric fields all across. The solution would be to turn the circuit breaker off for the rooms in question, or stay away from the walls when working or sleeping, although the quality of those 2 will likely be reduced.
May 22, 2018
Earth grounding or Earthing will only save you from getting any electric shock from the body of any electrical appliances connected to power supply of your house.
In your case, shock is coming from walls, taps of bathrooms and kitchen. These are all sources near water lines. So there is a possibility that water is getting leaked from any of the underwall waterline and there is any terminal/cut on the underwall electric line resulting in spreading of current all over the wet portion of underwall thereby resulting in electric shocks from the wall and taps on it. Do not forget that it is very important what your floor and walls are made of. For example, I know several companies that from my experience – https://marble.com/articles/waterfall-countertops-what-to-consider-before-buying , even without grounding, they can make your floor and walls immune to electric fields.of. At least you ask a question about it. Cheer
April 8, 2019
Maybe the reason is that there are wires inside the walls of your house. When I was having my house renovated, I also faced this problem. But the workers said that hunting for cables often results in nothing, and they just drill holes where necessary. When they were drilling the walls, all my house got covered with dust… Fortunately I had previously bought covers for all my furniture at alcocovers.com/patio-furniture-covers/. All the furniture stayed clean despite lots of dust hanging in the air.
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