Posts in Electrical
Prepare Your Home Before You Leave for Summer Vacation

Summer is the busiest travel season of the year next to the holidays. It’s a time for making memories with family and friends and enjoying the warm weather. While preparing to leave for a vacation always includes packing your suitcase, most people don’t realize it’s important to prepare your home for your departure. We’ve gathered some helpful tips to remember before you head out of town!

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Do You Know What To Do If Your Water Heater Breaks?

Having a water heater is one of the modern conveniences that we take for granted. When your water heater breaks it can cause a lot of stress – no one wants to take a cold shower, even if the idea sounds fantastic during the hot summer months! Even if your water heater is in excellent condition now, there are a few things you can keep an eye on so you are prepared if it were to break.

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Is the Electrical Wiring Behind Your Walls Safe?

The wiring behind your walls powers everything from your lights to your coffee maker to your television. Do you know if the wiring behind your walls is safe? Take a moment to view this quick tip video to learn about the electrical wiring in your home.

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Surge Protection

This quick tip video explains the importance of protecting your whole house from an electrical surge. Protect all of your home’s electrical components, including hard-wired ones like a furnace, from being destroyed by a power surge.

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Warning Signs of Faulty Wiring

If you’re unsure about the safety of your home’s wiring, this quick tip video will help you identify the signs to watch for that could be indicating the need for a licenses electrical professional.

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Electricity: What's Inside Your Walls

Could your home’s electrical system be over stressed? Unsafe wiring conditions behind your walls can lead to entire electrical system damage, or, even worse, a fire.

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Electrical Panel Upgrade

Your home electrical panel was put in to handle the power needs of your home at the time it was installed. But, if you have lived in your home for a while, it’s very possible that your electrical needs have changed and so should your panel.

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Circuit Panels and Older Homes

If you have an older home, this quick homeowner video will help you identify possible electrical issues within your existing, older system.

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