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Dealing with Electrical Hazards

In our daily life, we are unlikely to encounter electrical hazards. Thankfully, most of our exposure to electricity is when it is safely contained within its circuits. Many of the devices and pieces of our electrical grid and distribution systems are designed simply to protect us from unwanted electrical discharge. However, in the rare situation

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Posted On May 27, 2017

Outdoor Lighting Options

One of the most popular home additions is the installation of an outdoor lighting system. Not only are they shown to deter burglary and acts of theft, but they can also highlight your landscaping and home, adding to its value. However, for a first timer, choosing and placing the correct type of lighting will be

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Posted On May 26, 2017

Protecting your Privacy

One of the more frightening parts of modern technology is the fact that there are so many systems, gadgets, and databases which can serve to remove our privacy. We may feel like there are a thousand ways for us to be spied upon, and that there isn’t a whole lot that we can do about

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Posted On May 25, 2017

Ways to Save Energy on your Electric Bill

One of the most common concerns that homeowners have when looking to improve their housing is to find ways in which they can save on their electric bill. Here are three big tips to help you save some power, as well as a few guidelines on which appliances you should avoid when you can. One

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Posted On May 20, 2017

Making your Home Secure

It’s easy to find frightening stories of violence and thievery. No matter your personal status, there are few things that are as terrifying as a home invasion. Thankfully, there are things that you can do to help decrease your risk for being a target of criminal activity. One of the best things that you can

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Posted On May 19, 2017

Commercial Electrical Systems

While homeowners and contractors always want to have a quality electrical system, the stakes are raised when it comes to commercial systems. A commercial system will be responsible for a heavier load, and the consequences of failure are far higher. Aside from the obvious negatives of lost productivity and poor customer impressions from a substandard

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Posted On May 18, 2017

Buying A House? Take A Look at What You Are Buying

  If you have ever bought a house, I’m sure you are aware that one of the most important and potentially stressful parts of the buying process is the home inspection. One of the most common concerns that future home buyers have is that the electrical system is outdated or failing. There are few things

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Posted On May 13, 2017

What is the difference between a fuse and a circuit breaker?

Another common question that I am asked by inexperienced customers is to clarify the difference between a fuse and a circuit breaker. While they are both found in similar places and can perform similar roles, their method of working and the service needed are completely different. Fuses can vary depending on the application, but typically

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Posted On May 12, 2017

Working from Home: Electric Upgrade?

As the internet becomes a more integral part of our everyday lives, more and more people are choosing to work from home. Because networking, brainstorming, advertising, and sales can all be done remotely, more and more people are choosing to spend more time with their families. If you are a small business owner, working from

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Posted On May 11, 2017

Adding Lights to Increase Home Value

One of the best ways to increase the value of your home is to add lighting. Here are 5 reasons why lighting improvements can help to drive up the resell value of your home with a minimal investment. Adding a circuit for light switches is a fairly simple electrical procedure for a skilled electrician. Depending

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Posted On May 06, 2017