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Increasing the Lifespan of your Electrical Appliances

The Lifespan of an Electrical Appliance is Directly Related to Its Cleanliness Appliances are intended to be long-term purchases whether you have lots of disposable income or not because they are large, stationary objects in the home that are difficult to remove and replace. Just like any machine with working parts, they will eventually breakdown,

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Posted On Sep 15, 2018

Labelling and Getting to Know your Electrical Panel

Somebody was just using the hair dryer, and you know because the lights in the den just went out. No need to be alarmed. A breaker has tripped, and all you need to do now is make your way to the electrical panel to flip the breaker. Maybe it’s a trip to the laundry room

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Posted On Sep 13, 2018

Electrical Upgrades to Bundle with Your Renovation

If you have an older home, it is possible that the wiring needs updated, and there is no better time to do it than during a renovation. It is one of the few times that accessing wires and fixtures through walls and ceilings is only moderately inconvenient. I mean, you were going to paint anyway,

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Posted On Sep 08, 2018

Electrical Upgrades for Home Defense

Unfortunately, crime and violence are still too common of events in our society. If you pay any attention to the news or statistics on crime, you might have an ok idea of the very real danger which we sometimes face. While violent crime is by no means common, people are victims every single day. These

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Posted On Sep 01, 2018

Preventing an Electrical Fire

Electrical fires are very real risks which cause millions of dollars in damage and injuries every year. However, many of them are preventable and some basic precautions or maintenance could have stopped a tragedy from occurring. Here are a few tips to help you make sure that your home is not the place of an

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Posted On Aug 26, 2018

Adding Electricity To Outbuildings

Improving the value and utility of your property can be done in many ways,  but one of the most popular is through developing the land on which the property sits. If you have space in your yard, adding things like detached garages, pools, and even sheds can substantially increase the value of the property. And

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Posted On Aug 24, 2018

Should I Upgrade My Home Electrical Panel?

When it comes to home electrical systems, one of the most visible and critical components is the electrical panel, or distribution board. Generally speaking, electrical panels are the main tool used in regulating the flow of power from the house’s main electrical connection and the individual circuits in your home. If your circuit breaker is

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Posted On Aug 20, 2018

Increasing Electrical Efficiency in Your Home

Energy conservation in the home can be much easier than in a professional setting. Because you are dealing with a much smaller number of individuals, you can more easily customize your power saving plan to fit all of your needs while preventing waste. Here are a few easy things that anyone can do to decrease

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Posted On Aug 12, 2018

Increasing Electrical Efficiency in a Corporate Setting

For many business owners, electrical costs are a constant annoyance. Fluctuations in the price of energy and In the amount of energy consumed can mean that your monthly electrical bill might be difficult to predict and budget for. And saving in the electrical bill can often go straight to improving your bottom line. So what

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Posted On Aug 10, 2018

When You Need To Bring Your Home Up to Code- Atlanta Electrical Safety

  For many homeowners, the electrical code (and building codes in general) are something of an enigma. Many people have a general understanding of the fact that there are sets of standards for building and renovating properties, but may not be certain about when the codes need to be followed, what happens when a building

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Posted On Aug 06, 2018