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7 Springtime Electrical Safety Tips to Keep in Mind

The spring is coming and we are always so happy to be coming out of the deep freeze. Spring is also an excellent time to have an electrical safety inspection. It’s also a good time to get rid of some of your older appliances and electronics that no longer work properly for springtime electrical safety. read more

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

How to Prevent Rodents from Ruining Your Electrical Wires

Rodents are one of the most undesirable and obnoxious types of pests that can plague your home. Not only do they leave unsightly droppings everywhere and unwelcome corpses around the house as they eventually die off, but they can also chew through your electrical wires and cause some potentially expensive problems. Here’s what you should know about how rodents ruin electrical wires and how to prevent it from happening. read more

Why the Lights in Your House are Flickering & How to Fix Them

The cold chill of Fall is upon us and the house might be starting to feel a bit spooky with Halloween and everything, especially if your lights are flickering! Flickering lights are a fairly common irritant for many homeowners. Not only are flickering lights unnerving, but they’re also potentially dangerous. Although the flickering of your lights isn’t dangerous in and of itself, it’s a common warning sign that something is seriously wrong with your wiring. Here’s a quick overview of some of the most common reasons for flickering lights and how to fix them. 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

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