When Circuit Breakers Reach Their Breaking Point: Overloading Electrical Circuits

29 June 2017
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You may reach your breaking point just as one of your circuit breakers reaches their own and shuts off power to one of the electrical circuits in your home. This circuit line may control the flow of power to a single room or even an entire section of your home, and when too much demand is placed upon the line, it shuts off the power to the line. However, while this may be a major inconvenience, it can actually save your home, and possibly your life and the lives of your family members. Read More 

The Electrical Improvements To Consider When Remodeling Your Basement

9 November 2016
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If you are getting ready to remodel your basement, there are many options to consider for mechanical systems like electrical wiring. You may want to run wires for sound, install extra outlets, and have a separate breaker panel for the basement electrical wiring. Here are some of the electrical improvements that you may want to consider when you are remodeling your basement: 1. Knowing Your Options To Separate The Electrical Wiring In Your Basement From The Rest Of Your Home Read More 

How To Spot Trouble With Your Electric Panel Box

9 August 2016
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As the owner of a home, you will want to make sure that you are well aware of signs that may tell you that there is a serious problem with your electric panel box. This way, you can get the issue repaired before further problems form. To help you recognize when it is time to call for immediate electrical help, you will want to read through the following points. The Metal Box Is Warmer Than It Should Be Read More 

Three Reasons Your Home May Be At Risk For An Electrical Fire

20 July 2016
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Some factors that cause electrical fires start in the wiring between your walls, meaning there's not a lot you can do to prevent them except by having regular safety inspections by a licensed electrician (and noticing danger signs early). However, some of top causes of fires are actually preventable things like misusing extension cords and using heaters unsafely. Here are three electrical fire risk factors you can watch out for and how you can avoid each one. Read More 

Three Benefits Of Electric Fireplaces

23 May 2016
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If you enjoy the flickering glow and ambiance of a fire but don't want to deal with ash and chimney cleaning, you might want to think about installing an electric fireplace instead. Here are a few of the reasons you might want to consider an electric fireplace for your home. Energy Efficiency An electric fireplace will save you on your heating cost because the insert will block most of the draft sources in the fireplace structure. Read More