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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

Electrical Safety Tips for Commercial Property Owners

Do you own a business? If so, there’s a good chance that you are focused on all the day-to-day tasks that go along with your operation. While this is common, you can’t ignore the electrical safety of your commercial property.

Keep reading to learn what to do and look for to ensure the electrical components in your business remain working properly and effectively. 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

The Potential Effect of Outdated Appliances on Your Home

If you have outdated wiring, circuit breakers, or electrical panels in your home, it can affect overall function, safety, and value. The truth is, outdated appliances can pose a serious risk, too, especially if they are combined with other, older electrical infrastructure. In many cases, simple electric pairs may not be enough – it may be necessary to replace the problem appliances. 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

Why You Should Consider Installing Motion Sensor Lights

Through the years, there have been more than a few life-changing inventions. However, none have changed the world as much as the invention of the light bulb. Since the bulbs were first invented, several advances have occurred, just like with computers, televisions, telephones, and more. Here you can learn more about one type of light specifically – motion sensor lights and all the benefits they offer both commercial and residential property owners. read more

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