4 Ways to Make Your Electrical Outlets Safer for Your Growing Family

Posted on: 17 March 2020

If your kids are getting older and becoming more independent, you may start to worry about electrical safety in your home as they use electronics and home appliances by themselves. One way to make your electricity safer is to make sure your outlets are safe and used the right way. Here are four ways to make your outlets safer for everyone in your home. 1. Have Damaged Outlets Repaired Promptly
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Installing A Charging Station For Your New Electric Car

Posted on: 14 March 2020

Electric cars are a great option to lower your carbon footprint and save money on your commute or transportation around town. While there are a lot of good things about these cars when you buy one, charging is necessary, so understanding the different charge methods is essential.  Level One Charging Every manufacturer currently making EVs (electric vehicles) provide the new owner with a charging cord for their car. The level one cord is basically a fancy extension cord with the correct ends on it to plug into a regular outlet, and they plug into your car.
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2 Reasons To Hire A Commercial Electrician To Deal With Your Lighted Signs

Posted on: 12 March 2020

You need to make sure that people can see the sign for your business, day or night. If people can't see your sign, they can't come in and visit your business, which isn't going to be good for you. In order to make sure that people can see your sign, you are going to want it to be lit up at night. If you are going to get something lit up, you need to make sure that you have a commercial electrician do the work for you.
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3 Home Hazards That Signal The Need For Electrical Repairs

Posted on: 11 March 2020

Electrical repairs shouldn't be put off. A malfunctioning or overloaded electrical system could lead to a house fire or electrical shock. An old electric system is at a higher risk of having problems, but even a new home might need electrical repairs. Here are three hazards to watch for that are signs that repairs are needed. 1. Minor Shocks From Lamps Or Appliances Even minor shocks are frightening and uncomfortable. If an appliance or light shocks you, that's a sign something is wrong.
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