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How Can I Protect My Home From Electrical Surges

How Can I Protect My Home From Electrical Surges Electrical surges can happen in your home for many reasons.  They can result from electric motors switching on and off, static electricity, lightning strikes or the electric company switching from one utility to another; these surges can damage your more sensitive systems due to the sudden changes […]

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Electricity And Rain Do Not Mix

Electricity And Rain Do Not Mix Electricity And Rain Do Not Mix – When thunder storms are present make sure that your home’s wiring is in full repair. Water and electricity can be very dangerous to you, your family and home and we want to make sure that your home is as safe as it […]

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Electrical Upgrades

Electrical Upgrades Electrical Upgrades are important with  the standard electricity usage changing over the years. The standard voltage for homes used to be 60 amps, but today modern homes require as much as 200 amps to run modern appliances such as air conditioners, computer equipment, high-definition televisions, and high-tech automation devices. Not having enough power […]

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Scary Electrical Wiring?

Scary Electrical Wiring Scary Electrical Wiring is often scary. If your system is old and dirty, then it’s not a bad idea to have it reviewed by professionals. If you’re seeing corrosion on your wires or electrical equipment, then it’s a serious problem. It can lead to overheating and to fire, and you should call […]

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Wiring Light Wont Switch Off

Wiring Light Wont Switch Off Wiring light wont switch off? If you have electrical switches or outlets that just do not work, then there may be a reason for it inside your walls. It’s possible that the switch or outlet was deliberately disconnected, but normally, a blank plate would be used to cover the electrical […]

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