3 Tips That Will Make Upgrading Your Electrical Panel Go Smoothly

Posted on: 30 October 2017

If you have a really old electrical panel, or your electrical panel is too small and cannot handle having any more circuits added onto it, it may be time to upgrade your electrical panel. Here are a few tips to keep in mind that will keep your electrical panel go more smoothly. #1 Install The Main Disconnect When you have a new electrical panel installed, be sure to tell the electrician that you want to have a main disconnect installed by the new electrical panel. [Read More]

3 Ways To Stay Safe With Electronics This Holiday Season

Posted on: 18 November 2016

During the holiday season, many people bring out and use additional electronic-powered items, such as Christmas lights and decorations. The holiday season is when house fires frequently occur, and electrical hazards are one of the leading causes behind those house fires. Here are three ways to make sure that you stay safe with electricity this holiday season. #1 Use Surge Protectors The first thing you should do is use surge protectors on your major electrical equipment. [Read More]

Benefits Of Regular Commercial Electrician Inspections

Posted on: 6 October 2016

There are many specialists that go into excellent building maintenance. An electrician is a great addition to your team for doing yearly maintenance. Here are some of the beneficial services that commercial electricians can provide.  Check and Replace Damaged Wires The first thing that your commercial electricians may do is check the area to see how well your wires are holding up. Wires can become damaged for a variety of reasons. [Read More]

Repair A Damaged Wire Inside Of Your Home And Install A Wire Cover Over It

Posted on: 30 July 2016

If your new puppy has been chewing on your desktop computer's electrical cord, repair it and deter your pet from causing damage to other electrical items by using the information below. By taking action now, your computer will continue to operate properly when turned on and you will prevent a serious electrical problem from occurring inside of your home. Clean And Tape The Cord Unplug the computer and wait several minutes for the electrical cord to cool down. [Read More]