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Working On A Kitchen Remodel? Hire An Electrician To Handle Sensitive Projects

Over time, it is inevitable for homeowners to remodel their home, whether it is based on want or need. Appliances, plumbing systems, and electrical systems need to be upgraded at some point in time, which either sparks the replacement of just the essentials or an entire renovation. As for the most popular renovations, the kitchen is a common choice as it plays such a huge role in almost every home. Read More 

How To Hardwire A Ductless Range Hood

Ductless range hoods are easier to install than ducted hoods because they rely on filters to remove cooking odors rather than transferring the offensive smells outside through ducts. Installing ductwork involves cutting into walls and/or roofs, which is a difficult and dirty job, and also presents a potential for leaks.  Although ductless range hoods don't require ducts, they usually require hardwiring into your electrical system. Fortunately, although it may seem intimidating. Read More 

Four Signs That May Point To An Impending Electrical Fire

Residential electrical fires rarely appear out of the blue. In many cases, there are telltale signs that mean something is wrong with the electrical system; it's only that many people aren't tuned to spot these problems. Here are some of the common signs of a potential electrical disaster: Flickering Lights There are many reasons your lights may start flickering. For example, a little flickering may mean that some electrical loads are drawing more power than usual (even appliances at your neighbors' houses). Read More 

Keep Your Family From Getting A Shocking Surprise By Replacing Those Old Outlets

If your bathroom still has the old two-prong outlets, you are at risk of getting an electric shock from a wet or faulty appliance. With some simple household tools and a few minutes of your time, you can replace those dangerous outlets with a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) outlet. These outlets shut off the power to the device if it gets wet or there is a short. Here are the DIY steps to keep your family safe in the bathroom. Read More 

Think A Generator Is Too Expensive? Think Again

Many homes and businesses are lacking a backup generator. There are several reasons for this. Many home and business owners believe that they can't afford to purchase a generator to have on hand in case of an emergency. Generators can be a hefty investment, especially for something that is not used very often. However, there are several reasons to purchase a backup generator for your property, and keep it in good working order. Read More 

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Making The Switch To An Electric Car

I've been a daily driver since shortly after my 16th birthday, but I've always been concerned about how my cars were impacting the environment. Having asthma as a child also made me wonder about the health risks of exhaust. When I could afford it, I finally upgraded to an electric car. Imagine my surprise when I found out that my home needed a major wiring upgrade to properly charge my new vehicle! If you're trying to make the switch too, let me explain the principles of electrical wiring so you know what type of repairs your electrician needs to do before you can install your home charging station.

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Working On A Kitchen Remodel? Hire An Electrician To Handle Sensitive Projects
4 April 2016

Over time, it is inevitable for homeowners to remo

How To Hardwire A Ductless Range Hood
4 March 2016

Ductless range hoods are easier to install than du

Four Signs That May Point To An Impending Electrical Fire
2 March 2016

Residential electrical fires rarely appear out of

Keep Your Family From Getting A Shocking Surprise By Replacing Those Old Outlets
11 January 2016

If your bathroom still has the old two-prong outle

Think A Generator Is Too Expensive? Think Again
18 November 2015

Many homes and businesses are lacking a backup gen