How Can A Portable Generator Power Your Essential Home Appliances?

Posted on: 15 September 2015
Gas and diesel-powered portable generators can be used to power plug-in appliances such as refrigerators or freezers when the power goes out. However, hardwired appliances such as water pumps, furnaces, electric water heaters, and overhead lights can't be powered by an extension cord.   You need a generator that is hardwired into your breaker panel to power these appliances. What are your choices for installing a hardwired generator? Standby generator
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Three Electrical Upgrades For Your Home To Make Your Life Easier

Posted on: 12 August 2015
If you have an older home, it is likely that the electrical installation may not meet your needs. Many older homes do not even have enough outlets for modern appliances. Other problems that you may find are outlets without ground-faults, outdated fuse boxes and no GFI outlets in areas with exposure to water. If you want your electrical installation to make your life easier, here are some upgrades that you may want to consider for your home:
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Light Up Your Workshop: 4 Specific Types Of Lighting You Need

Posted on: 8 July 2015
When it comes to a workshop setting, lighting needs to be adequate and spot-on. There's really no room for error here since lighting is an important element in the process of getting things accomplished while in the work area. There are certain areas that could benefit from specialized lighting. Read on to learn about four different types of lighting that you must have in your workshop area: Fluorescent Overhead Lighting
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Unusual Electrician Terms Every Homeowner Should Know

Posted on: 25 June 2015
If you are a homeowner, there is a pretty good chance that at some point in your home's lifetime you will have to call on the services of a professional electrician for help. There are all kinds of technical terms that will likely be thrown around when they come to your house for a visit. This is especially true if you happen to get more than one electrician on site to solve a problem.
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