The Truth About CFL Bulbs

30 November 2015
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Compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs) are economical because they use less energy, save money, and reduce the amount of light changes. They are also kind to Mother Nature because it produces lower greenhouse gas emissions that lead to climate changes. CFLs have the Energy Star approval label. Energy Star states the bulb as met the guidelines set by the US Environmental Protection Agency. CFLs Specifications Include: Average life expectancy 10,000 hours Average cost $2.00 - $20.00 Read More 

Signs That It Is Time To Call In A Professional Electrician

20 November 2015
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As a homeowner, it is important to make sure that you are always well aware of the signs that indicate the need for a professional electrician to be called in. This way, you are less at risk of having your home catch on fire. To help you with this, you might want to take a few moments and review the following signs of electrical trouble that will require a professional. Read More 

Here’s How To Make Life More Cozy And Convenient Next Winter

6 November 2015
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Preparing your property for winter is important to help keep unwanted cold air and moisture from entering your home. Luckily, it isn't typically necessary to hire a contractor for major repairs or insulation replacement. Having your HVAC system inspected and cleaned by a professional is a good start, but there are a few other things you can do to make sure that life is cozy and convenient no matter what the winter months bring your way – try one or more of these tips and tricks: Read More 

How To Become A Journeyman Electrician

23 October 2015
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Every state has slightly different requirements for becoming a master electrician. There are also many different ways to go about achieving your license. Every electrician might end up taking a slightly different path to a career as a licensed electrician. In some states you are required to attend vocational or trade schools, while other states only require a certain amount of work experience as an apprentice or trainee. In some states you will even need to do a combination of both. Read More 

2 Common Signs Of Electrical Wiring Problems

12 August 2015
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Home electrical systems are usually installed according to strict building codes in order to ensure safety. Unfortunately, problems with wiring emerge with time as outlets become ungrounded, wires fray or connections get loose. This can lead to a host of problems, including short circuits, fires or damaged appliances. To protect your family from such electrical problems, it is important that you learn the signs of faulty wiring so you can have the problem fixed early on. Read More