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What Should I do about a Dead Outlet?

A dead outlet is something that we have all grappled with at one point in life. Imagine your phone is about to die, so you decide to connect so that it can charge overnight. However, you wake up early in the morning to check your emails and messages only to realize that the phone didn’t charge even though the lights are on. Sounds familiar! Yes, these are the signs of a dead outlet. read more

Creative Lighting Ideas For Your Outdoor Space

When the weather warms up, the backyard becomes the new living room and not only during the day but also at night. If you want to create a perfect ambiance and revamp the outdoor space, nothing does it better than bringing in some form of illumination. You can create an ideal atmosphere where you can relax, dine, and spend time with family when the sun sets by adding spectacular lighting patterns and fixtures. If you are looking to spruce up your outdoor space, here are some creative outdoor lighting ideas that you can try. read more

Lighting Arrester vs. Surge Arrester: Everything You Need to Know

There are several things you may find confusing when it comes to electricity. However, one of the most confusing aspects is the terminology that you may here. For example – what is a lightning arrester? What is a surge arrester? Are they different? While this can be somewhat of a confusing topic, keep reading to learn more. read more

Understanding the Real Cost of Subpar Electrical Work

As with virtually anything you do, there is a right and a wrong way to do it. This is particularly true when it comes to electrical services, repairs, or installations. You can’t hire just anyone you find off the street, and in most situations, DIY isn’t a smart course of action (unless, of course, you are a trained professional). If you opt for subpar electrical work, there’s a good chance you will face serious consequences. read more

Tips for Avoiding an Electrical Overload

The modern home has several power-hungry appliances, including air conditioners, electric heaters, washer/dryers, refrigerators, televisions, and lights – all of which can easily push a circuit past its limit. While this is true, if your electrical system has been installed properly, electrical overload should not cause too much damage. This is because circuit breakers in the main panel will automatically cut the power when an electrical overload occurs. In an older home, fuses will burn out, which protects the system. read more

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