Two Common Residential Electrical Questions Answered

Posted on: 30 May 2016
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

Posted on: 29 April 2016
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

Posted on: 12 April 2016
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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Call An Electrician When You Run Into These Three Household Problems

Posted on: 22 February 2016
When you're a homeowner, it's important to be able to quickly diagnose electrical problems and schedule a visit from an electrician as soon as possible. Although many electrical issues aren't dangerous, many can carry the risk of a shock or even a fire. Generally, your home's electrical system isn't something you should attempt to work on yourself. Even with some online research, there's always the chance that you'll make a mistake that compromises your safety.
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