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Lighting Upgrades Than Can Help Increase Your Home’s Value

Owning a home can be a significant source of wealth. Over the years many homeowners have started to upgraded and improve their property in order to increase the home's value. Many homeowners are in a rush to enhance their kitchens and bathrooms, but many overlook one of the simplest home upgrades which provides a big


Do Your Pets Chew On Your Electrical Cords?

Ever picked up your charger cord and realized your cat or dog has decided to chew through it? Unfortunately pets have a habit of chewing on things around the home. If you have ever had a puppy then you know that no items are safe when left with them. When they chew on something like


How Proper Lighting Can Benefit Your Business

The primary reason for retail light is to create ambiance in your establishment and draw customers to your merchandise, but they also have several other functions. By understanding the different types of lighting and the roles they play in your business, can work together with the installing electrician to create the ideal lighting for both


Reduce Your Electric Bill With These Tips

As we continue through these winter months you might see your electric bill continue to rise. We are having shorter and colder days with less sunlight. The lights in your home are staying on longer, and your running your heater more. We have a few more months of this and cant't change the weather- so


Electrical Safety Tips for Christmas

Did you know that one in three home Christmas tree fires are caused by electrical problems? This doesn't mean get rid of lights, I mean who would want that! So fortunately, you can still have the festive decorations and stay safe by following these tips: Find the freshest tree. If you’re a family that only puts


Safety Tips for The Holiday Season

While the holiday season is usually filled with family gatherings, festive decor, and some of the best treats, it’s also the time when we have the most household accidents and fires. To help make sure your holidays don’t go from merry to scary, remember these Holiday Safety Tips: 3 Feet Rule: Keep decorations at least


Common Electrical Problems During Winter

The holiday lights will soon be lit, your heating system will be going on full blast, and an electric blanket will be warming your bed at night. Home electrical systems have a heavy load during the winter season in New England. Below are a few of the most common electrical problems during wintertime and what


Electrical Safety Tips for Commercial Buildings

Whether you’re the company's CEO, a higher-up, or the owner of a commercial building, by keeping your establishment a safe place for everyone will increase their productivity and give you peace of mind as well. Here are some electrical safety tips for commercial buildings: Watch Out For Damaged Outlets: Wall outlets, otherwise known as receptacles,


Safety Tips for your the Interior of your Home

Unplug Battery Chargers – Did you know that your battery chargers continue to pull a trickle of electricity through the wires even if you’re not actively charging your electronics? Unplugging them from the wall completely offers one less opportunity for a fire to start–plus saves money on your next energy bill! Use a GCFI – Ground Fault


Electrical Safety Tips for the Fall

Fall is here and so now is the best time to ensure that your home's electrical system is in good working order. Here are some electrical safety tips to consider: Check outlets for loose plugs, which can overheat and cause a fire. Check the wattage of light bulbs to make sure they are the correct

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