Electrical News

Spring has sprung and the stormy weather beginning to roll in. While rain is great for flowers and crops, severe weather means the likelihood of lightning strikes and power surges. Every home should invest in power surge protection to keep home appliances and devices safe...

Smoke detectors have played a vital role in saving the lives of millions of people. The lack of these safety devices has consequently led to disastrous accidents claiming the lives of many. While fires are not something we can completely avoid, regularly maintaining and servicing...

Spring has arrived and what better way to celebrate than to spruce up your home than with some landscape lighting ideas? With warmer days ahead we’ll be spending more time outdoors enjoying the weather. With cook-outs on the horizon, having an inviting outdoor space to...

Even though the season has been mild, winter is nowhere near over and the risk of severe weather still looms. Prep your home and family for the risk of winter weather with our winter electrical safety tips! Winter Electrical Safety Tips:         Create a Home...

Technology is constantly evolving, offering more functional and energy-efficient ways to live our lives. These innovative power outlet options offer a wide, user-friendly range of functionality in your home. Can you see yourself installing any of these models? Hang On Outlet The Hang On outlet provides an...

When is the last time you checked your smoke detectors? The American Red Cross recommends testing your smoke detectors’ batteries once a month. 3,000 Americans die every year in residential fires. Make fire and smoke detector safety a priority in your home! Want to learn more...

When is the last time your home had an electrical inspection? Electrical infrastructure deteriorates with age and should be tested on a regular basis. Inspections are recommended to check for overloaded circuits, shock or fire risks, find any defective work, and a number of other...

Do you know what to do in an electrocution emergency? Electrical shock situations are frightening and are much more common thank you might think. Household outlets, light fixtures, appliances, and electrical fences are the most common culprits. If someone you know gets shocked, contact 911 or...

Have you ever considered driving hybrid or electric vehicles? If you haven’t looked into it, now’s the time. With advances made everyday in the new technology, experts say there could be as many as 4.4 million electric vehicles on the road by 2020. Deciding which...