What Every Homeowner Should Know About Basic Wiring

Posted on: 9 May 2022

If you are a homeowner, it's important that you know the basics when it comes to electrical wiring. It's important knowledge to have if you want to do basic things, such as changing out electrical outlets and switches. Here are a few key things that you need to know. Know The Difference Between Wires When you open up an electrical outlet or switch, you're going to see several different colored wires.
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Expecting Your First Baby? Install Under-Cabinet Lighting In Your Kitchen!

Posted on: 12 April 2022

When expecting a baby, there are so many things to do to prepare for having a newborn in the house. Many people who are becoming parents for the first time don't realize the importance of having dim lighting throughout the home, particularly in the kitchen. If the only lighting in your kitchen is the overhead lighting, consider having under-cabinet lighting installed. Here's why your family will benefit from having under-cabinet lighting in the kitchen and how to install them.
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4 Practical Ways An Electrician Can Help Prevent Fire Accidents

Posted on: 5 April 2022

Have you ever thought about what triggers electrical fires in homes? You may think, like many others, that it is all because of wiring issues or failing electrical equipment. However, the problem may have more to do with the occupants. Fortunately, a qualified electrician can intervene and stop numerous electricity-related fire accidents. Here is what causes electrical fire accidents in residential houses and how professionals can help. 1. Lamp Holders Carrying Too Much Load
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Top 4 Questions To Ask Your Potential Electrical Contractor

Posted on: 4 April 2022

The electrical system in your property probably cost you thousands of dollars to install. As such, you must entrust all electrical installations, repairs, and improvements to a reliable electrician. There's more to hiring an electrician than finding someone skilled, affordable, and professional. You have to consider site safety as well. Excellent credentials, certifications, licensing, and professional knowledge are indicators that you are hiring the right electrical contractor. Here are the top four questions to ask your electrical contractor before signing any work agreement.
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