House Wiring Attitude and Practices of Homeowners in Two Coastal Communities of Borongan City, Province of Eastern Samar, Philippines
This research focused on determining the relationship between homeowners’ attitude toward electrical works and house wiring practices. The researcher used mean and Pearson’s Correlation of Coefficient to determine significant relationship between the variables. Analysis revealed that the homeowners have favorable attitude towards electrical works. Further, the respondents frequently observed standard house wiring installation practices. The attitude toward electrical works of the homeowners showed significant relationship with their house wiring practices. The result is indicative that the attitude towards electrical works may directly affect the homeowners’ safety on the basis of their house wiring practices. The result of the study can be utilized as inputs in the formulation of extension activities that geared toward enhancing the electrical wiring installation skills of the University’s stakeholders.
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