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Electrical Safety Tips for Fall

Fall is a time to hunker down, settle in, and throw a kettle on with some movies. It’s almost like a pre-hibernation before Winter. It’s cold, but not too cold, it’s that happy time that comes around just before we find ourselves struggling with snow shovels and vehemently cursing the weather. Here are some electrical safety tips to help you stay safe and sound this fall. read more

What Electrical Regulations Should My Kansas City Business Know About?

Businesses have a lot of red tape and paperwork to deal with and it’s no different for businesses based in Kansas City. Although some of the rules and regulations differ from those of other areas, there are still a lot of electrical regulations to navigate. Due to how prolific Kansas City regulations are, businesses have their work cut out for them. read more

Signs it’s Time to Replace the Wiring in Your Home

You love your home, it’s provided you with year after year of service and has become the place where your family gathers, a place to build memories. There’s just one problem, the wiring is getting old and showing signs of trouble. Or maybe it isn’t. How can you tell? Here are some helpful tips to help you determine when it’s time to replace the wiring in your home. read more

Everything You Need to Know about GFCI Outlets

Your electrical outlets might not seem like the most exciting thing to you, but you’d be surprised just how fascinating they can be, especially GFCI outlets. If you’re a homeowner looking for some savvy upgrades to make whether it’s for yourself or because you’re getting ready to sell, GFCI outlets are a smart investment. Here’s everything you should know about GFCI outlets. read more

Common Electrical Problems in Commercial Buildings

A commercial building is a huge investment, there’s always a lot of money tied up in these structures which is why it’s important to take care of them. If you let things slide and skimp on maintenance and repairs, the value of the building will drop precipitously. More concerning yet is the fact that depending on the nature of your business, you could be shut down if sufficiently serious problems go left unchecked. One of the most important aspects of any commercial building is its electrical system. Here’s a breakdown of common electrical problems in commercial buildings and how to address them. read more

Common Electrical Issues in Old Kansas City Homes

Owning an older home can be a point of pride, especially for those who enjoy the historic value. While many of the older homes in Kansas City are quite beautiful, many of these properties develop electrical issues over the years. All of the wear and tear that came from serving multiple generations adds up and eventually results in some serious problems. Here’s a quick guide to some of the most common electrical issues found in old Kansas City homes. read more

Benefits of Installing Ceiling Fans

Ceiling fans are a great upgrade to any home. The benefits are prolific and terrific. Tired of sweltering under the hot summer sun beating down on your home? Do the high costs of air conditioning systems keep you up at night? If so, you’ll be happy to know that you can get around both of these issues by having a ceiling fan installed. It’ll keep you cool at a fraction of the cost that you’d have to pay for air conditioning. Even if you have air conditioning, having a ceiling fan will make them much more efficient. read more

What Does it Mean When an Appliance Trips the Breaker?

Do you have to wait until your sister finished drying her hair before you can make toast? A lot of people make these types of adjustments due to over-straining the circuits. The breaker is in place to do just that- prevent the wires from overheating and causing fires. If the breaker is receiving too much power, it shuts off for safety. If your breaker trips after using an appliance or other household item, keep reading. read more

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

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