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Electrical Panel Basics Every Homeowner Needs to Know

Most of us are aware of our electrical panel basics, or breaker box, or breaker panel. Whatever you call it, most of us are vaguely aware of where it is located. It’s not something we think about until we need to. We start thinking about it pretty hard when one of the breakers goes. When it does go, most of…

6 Common Electrical Problems in the Winter

We all use more energy in the winter months. The heating is on, the lights are on longer due to shorter or stormy days, and we are cooking more indoors. But there can be electrical problems with the extra demand for our systems during winter. read more

What is the Difference Between Watts and Lumens?

Buying lightbulbs for your home has changed over recent years. We used to buy them based on what their wattage was. We knew the higher the wattage, the brighter the bulb. Right? Not really. The higher wattages don’t refer to the brightness. It refers to the energy used. But with LED lights, we need to know the difference between wattages and Lumens. read more

Benefits of Installing Recessed Lights

If you’re looking to upgrade your home and add something that will add value to your property while looking sleek and unique, you’ll want to know about the benefits of installing recessed lights. Recessed lighting adds a touch of class to any home and offers many practical benefits as well. Here’s what you need to know about the benefits of installing recessed lights. read more

Remodeling Your Kansas City Home? Don’t Make These Lighting Mistakes

Remodeling a home can be an exciting adventure, that said, the process still has its challenges. One of the trickiest parts of a remodel is the lighting. You should always consult with a qualified electrician when taking on a remodeling project. We’ve assembled a list of some of the worst lighting mistakes to make when remodeling a home. These tips can save you a lot of money by helping you avoid making costly lighting mistakes. read more

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