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Avoid Overlamping in Older Homes

Older homes come with their own charms and dangers. As electrical systems have progressed over the past few decades, some older homes don’t comply with new regulations. This doesn’t mean that you are necessarily violating the electrical code. But, in older homes, it can be easier to violate codes because information isn’t as readily accessible. …

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5 Ways to Keep Your Property Safe with Lights

1. Motion-activated or motion-sensor lighting: The lighting turns on when something or someone passes the area being covered by a motion sensor. The light only turns on when triggered by motion, not by how dark or light it might be outside. It turns off when the motion isn’t detected anymore, which saves on electricity. This …

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Keep the holidays merry – not shocking!

Be aware and safe by following these tips to ensure that your holidays are merry and bright – NOT shocking! Check the wires for fraying or cracking. Don’t use these, just toss them so you don’t risk a fire. Don’t go overboard. Be careful of overloading a circuit breaker or an extension cord. Use outdoor …

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