Factors to Assess When Deciding to Repair or Replace Residential Lighting

7 December 2020
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The lighting around your residential property is something you may have to repair or replace at some point. You may be uncertain about which direction to go in, but if you keep these factors in mind, making a decision that's right for your property will be a lot easier to do. Age of Lighting Systems One factor that might push you in a particular direction when dealing with residential lighting issues is the age of the lighting system. Read More 

How To Tell If Your Home Has Grounded Outlets And What To Do If They Aren’t Grounded

28 October 2020
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If you live in a mid-century home, your home may have been built without grounded electricity. If the house was renovated at some point, the electrical system may be updated now. Here's how to tell if your electrical system isn't grounded and how an electrician can fix the problem. How To Tell If Your Electricity Is Grounded If all the outlets in your home only have two holes, then the outlets probably aren't grounded. Read More 

3 Reasons To Upgrade Your Home’s Electrical System

28 April 2020
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If you live in a mid-century home, the electrical system may be outdated. Just because your home's electricity has been safe for decades doesn't mean it's safe now with all the extra appliances and electronics in use today. Here's a look at when to consider having an electrical upgrade. 1. When You Undertake Renovations If you're planning to renovate your house, plan to upgrade your electrical service at the same time. Read More 

Signs Of Shoddy Electrical Wiring

1 August 2019
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Shoddy electrical work, which mostly stems from DIY wiring, should be corrected as soon as possible to mitigate the risk of injuries and damages that such work has. Say you move into a new house and notice signs of negligent wiring, you should call an electrician for an overhaul of the wiring. Below are some of the telltale signs that typically point to shoddy electrical wiring. Electrical Malfunctions Electrical malfunctions are some of the most obvious signs of prior electrical work. Read More 

Questions To Ask When Choosing A Residential Generator

31 October 2018
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When the power goes out, you have many generators available that can get the power back up and running. However, if you are trying to save money, some generators are more than what you might need. There are some generators that only cost a few hundred dollars, but can only power a single appliance. This might be great if you are only trying to keep your food cold in the refrigerator, but you may need more power. Read More