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Stay Safe: Do’s and Don’ts of Using an Electric Blanket

When it gets cold outside, you may be looking for a way to stay cozy and warm inside. While an electric blanket can help to keep you warm at night, it’s important to keep in mind that it runs on electricity. This means that you need to have the attitude of “safety first” when you are using any type of electricity. If you want to stay safe while you are using an electric blanket this year, be sure to adhere to the do’s and don’ts found here. read more

Fuse Blowers: What’s the Biggest Energy User in Your House?

Even if you have made every effort to turn everything off when it isn’t being used, there are some devices that may still drain energy out of your home, along with money from your wallet as soon as you flip the switch. You need to make sure you know of the worst energy culprits in your house so that you can think about unplugging if you don’t need them on standby. Keep in mind, this list doesn’t include the most obvious candidates such as your refrigerator or air conditioner. read more

Electrical Safety Tips for New Parents

When you are a new parent, it can be extremely challenging to keep up with babies and young toddlers who seem to be attracted to the most dangerous objects – such as fire and hanging electric wires. Unfortunately, according to information from the CDC, accidents are the top cause of death among children. In fact, it has been estimated that approximately 9,000 children die in the U.S. each year because of these occurrences – approximately 75 percent of the accidents occur at home. What makes the situation even sadder is that the majority of these accidents can be prevented if you follow some of the electrical safety tips found here. read more

5 Ways to Upgrade Your Electrical Outlets

No longer are traditional, simple electrical outlets found in modern homes. Today, thanks to new, innovative technologies, there has been a move to an array of electrical outlet upgrades. These upgrades help to balance the addition of new items in your home, while increasing your safety from potential, electrical system hazards. read more

How to Tell When Your Home’s Breaker Box is Full

If you have plans to install a hot tub or if you are building a pool, you need to determine if your home’s existing breaker box will be able to handle the additional load. If you notice that your appliances aren’t able to operate at their full capacity, it may be an indication it’s time to upgrade your fuse box. read more

Dangerous Electrical Symptoms You Should Never Ignore

Have you ever walked into your house, flipped a switch and then noticed that your lights flicker when they try to come home? Or have you turned on one of your appliances in one room and then your lamp in a neighboring room flicker? While you may write this off as being something that “just happens,” that isn’t always a great attitude. read more

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