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Electrical Safety Tips this Summer

With the warm weather here, we tend to spend more time outside in our backyards. Many of us have a pool, be it above ground, inground, or even inflatable. We also spend more time outside cooking, eating, and just living. If you are planning to do some work around the yard or the house, you need to consider these summer electrical safety tips first. read more

Can I Install Pool Lighting Myself?

If you’ve been wondering if you can install pool lighting yourself, the answer is no. Unless you are a licensed electrician, then you should always hire a professional for any type of repairs, installations or inspections. read more

Important Electrical Safety Tips for Children

Electricity is essential in our everyday life and not only because it helps illuminate our houses, but also because it powers our appliances and other household accessories. However, due to our reliance on electricity, we always forget how dangerous it can be, especially when we have kids around. As a parent, you understand that these little creatures are inherently curious and are always looking to explore. And since they have limited ability to fathom the dangers of electricity, it is up to you as an adult to teach your children some essential electrical safety tips as well as implement security procedures around the house.  read more

Do I Need To Hire An Electrician For Hot Tub Wiring?

A hot tub is one of the most significant additions to your bathroom or deck. This is because it makes a perfect place to relax, unwind, and rejuvenate after a long, tiring day. Typically, there are two types of hot tubs, portable and built-in tubs. A portable hot tub is ready-made with all specifications and features, and all you need is to take them home, plug it onto a wall outlet, and you’re good to go. However, when it comes to built-in tubs, they must be hard-wired to a 50- or 60-amp breaker that is dedicated to it alone. read more

Is Your Home Ready to Pass an Electrical Safety Inspection?

Modern homes are inundated with all types of electrical fixtures, appliances, and tools. While you may not think about it, you rely on these things each day. Even though this is the case, you may not think about if the systems are working safely or properly. To make sure everything is working as it should, modern electricians rely on the standards set by the training they have received. While this is great, the only way it matters is by investing in an inspection. Do you know if your home would pass an electrical safety inspection? Keep reading to learn more. read more

Improve the Electrical Safety in Your Home with These Tips

If you own a home, there’s a good chance you want to take the best care possible of your home. You probably think about the life of your roof, the foundation, maintaining the lawn, and keeping up with curb appeal.  However, when is the last time you thought about electrical safety in your home? Do you check regularly to ensure your electrical wires, outlets, and switches are working properly? read more

Safety Tips to Keep in Mind During a Power Outage

While power outages can be frustrating and annoying, they also pose some serious risks. Everyone relies on electricity in some way, from providing power in a residential home to providing the power needed for risky surgeries. If a power outage goes on too long, it could disrupt communications, increase the risk of accidents, cause food to spoil, and even result in stores closing. Some tips to help ensure you are prepared for power outages can be found here. read more

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