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  • 4 Situations That Call For The Installation Of A New Residential Electrical Panel


    Most people don't spend much time thinking about their home's electrical panel-- it is easy to take for granted that lights will turn on with a flip of a switch and appliances will operate as they should. However, the electrical panel is one of the most important parts of a home's electrical system. The electrical panel is where all the wires in the electrical system come together and receive electricity from your utility provider.
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  • 3 Electrical Safety Tips For Businesses


    Your businesses likely relies on electricity to run, but electricity can be dangerous when not handled properly. Many business take electricity for granted, forgetting it can harm or kill. If you want to protect your employees and your business from lawsuits, check out these three electrical safety tips for business. Get Your Wiring Tested Businesses are required to comply with the Electricity at Work Regulations, which was enacted in 1989 to protect employees and anyone who uses electrical devices at work.
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  • Three Reasons To Hire An Emergency Electrcian


    When it comes to home repairs, some jobs are often best left to professionals. When you experience electrical wiring issues in your home, a licensed  electrician can provide the services you need to keep your home and your family safe. Here are just some of the many issues an emergency electrician can provide. Moisture Or Leaks Near Your Breaker Box Depending on where your breaker box is situated, you may find that it can become exposed to leaks or other sources of moisture.
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  • Why You Should Have A House With Improper Grounding Inspected By An Electrician


    Many houses on the real estate market today still have ungrounded outlets. If you purchase one and have the money, then you should upgrade your electrical system. On the other hand, if you don't have the money, then you shouldn't panic. It is not necessary to upgrade every ungrounded outlet in your home. You should only upgrade the outlet depending on how it is being used. Read on to find out why you should get a house with improper grounding inspected by an electrician.
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  • Building a New Custom Home? Electrical Information to Discuss


    When you start to build a custom home, you want to put a lot of thought into the electrical components that you have installed at the time of the build. Investing in the right materials can be rewarding over time. You can sit down with an electrical contractor to talk about the latest fixtures that will make your home safer, more efficient, and brighter. You can get all the fixtures that you want in modern and stylish options but also have the fixtures made to make your home better.
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  • Planning A Kitchen Renovation? Reasons To Consider Adding Some Recessed Lights


    Since the kitchen is usually the central destination where everybody gathers, you want to be sure that it's organized, open, and accessible. These things can easily be aided by adding the right lighting. In fact, you might even want to talk with your electrician about recessed lighting in the kitchen area. Before you make the decision, you should understand the benefits of recessed-style lights. Ease of Installation Recessed lights are easy to install.
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  • Dealing with Corroded Copper Wires


    Although water and the electrical wires in your home should never cross paths, it happens. Water splashed from a tub, a flood, or a leak in your roofing can introduce water into your home. If that water finds its way to an electrical wire, this will not necessarily cause a short, but it will cause corrosion. If you have corroded wires in your home, you need to know how to deal with them.
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  • Two Common Residential Electrical Questions Answered


    Electrical issues can be a common problem that homeowners will have to address at some point over the time that they own their houses. Sadly, it can be a common situation for a homeowner to have a limited understanding about these routine threats. To help these homeowners avoid some of the more common issues that can arise, it may be beneficial to have the following questions answered. What Can Be Done To Mitigate Damage From Power Surges?
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  • 3 Tips to Prevent Electrical Shocks in a Home


    Getting an electrical shock is very painful, and in extreme situations, it can even be fatal. Thankfully, there are some simple tips that can help you avoid electrical shocks in a home. Use Outlet Covers Every outlet should have a cover on it that protects the wiring from being exposed. With the end of the electrical wires being exposed to connect to the outlet, it can lead to an electrical shock if you were to accidentally touch them.
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  • How To Replace A Ceiling Fan Light Bulb Socket


    If you have a bulb that isn't working in your ceiling fan, it could be because of a bad socket. You shouldn't delay replacing burned bulb sockets because they pose a fire hazard. However, you don't have to replace the whole light fixture. Here are some tips to replace ceiling fan light bulb sockets.  Prepare to Work  For this project, you need:  safety goggles an assistant
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