Dangers About Your Home's Wiring You Need To Know

Posted on: 16 October 2015

Most people never think about the wiring that is behind the wall of the outlet they plug their cell phone charger into. Most people do not consider the age of their home's wiring because their lights still come on and their appliances still run smoothly. However, learning more about the wiring in your home that could be a hidden danger is important to avoid a house fire. Outdated Wiring Can Be Deadly [Read More]

Having Problems With Your Dishwasher? Here Are 3 Possible Solutions

Posted on: 16 October 2015

Minor problems can render your dishwasher useless, forcing you to do the dishes by hand. However, most issues can easily be diagnosed and fixed without much hassle. Here is a look at 3 dishwasher problems and their solutions. A dishwasher that won't work If your dishwasher doesn't work at all, the problem could be a tripped breaker that is cutting off power to the appliance. If there are no issues with the breakers, faulty wiring could be the problem. [Read More]

First Time Living On Your Own? Be Aware Of 4 Electrical Problems You May Experience

Posted on: 15 October 2015

If you've just moved out on your own, you may not be prepared for the minor problems you might face. This is particularly true about electrical problems. Electrical problems can pop up anywhere in your home. While you should always have a licensed electrician take care of repairs, you can troubleshoot the problem before you call for assistance. Here are four electrical problems you may face in your new home. [Read More]

Four Backup Solutions For When Blackouts Strike

Posted on: 15 October 2015

It can happen anytime of the day or night; the lights go out and do not come back on for hours. A century ago, this may not have been a problem. Today, with our modern lives, we rely on electricity to do many everyday tasks. This means that you will want to have a backup when the lights go out in your home. Here are some options you may want to consider to keep the lights going while the power is being reconnected: [Read More]