Have Outlets That Don't Work In Your Old Home? What To Know

Posted on: 7 March 2018

If the outlets in your home have never worked right, and some run off switches, and some just may not work, you want to get the help of an electrician to find out what is going on. If you can't use all of the outlets and it's starting to become an inconvenience, you want to get a solution for the problem. Here are some of the things that you want to take into consideration, and that you should discuss with the electrician when you have them at your house.
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4 Useful Home Energy Management Tips

Posted on: 1 January 2018

Are you trying to save more money on energy costs? When you're a homeowner, energy costs can get quite expensive. If you're trying to stick to a budget because funds are tight, you may not be able to afford the cost of some of your energy bills each month. However, there are some helpful home energy management tips you should consider trying. These tips could help you conserve a lot more energy and eventually save a lot more of your money.
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3 Important Maintenance Steps That Keep Residential Generators Long-Lasting

Posted on: 30 November 2017

Generators are important to have on your property, as they keep the power running should the electricity stop working in your home. No matter what type of residential generator you have, it's important to perform these maintenance steps on a regular basis.  Clean the Air Filter To keep your generator working as efficiently as possible, the air filter needs to be clean. If it isn't, the generator has to work harder and could very well cause the motor to overheat.
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When To Hire An Electrician To Inspect Your Home

Posted on: 24 June 2017

The electrical work in your home needs to be up to date and good quality or it could have some very bad consequences. There are over 5,000 electrical fires each year in the United States. These fires kill approximately 40 people and injure another 100 people each year. That is a really ugly number when considering these are mothers, fathers, sons, and daughters. Another very ugly number is that it cost $700 million dollars worth of damage.
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