Losing power from a fallen tree or from tree branches wiping out your power lines can be a frustrating experience. However, for safety purposes, this should never be something that you attempt to clear on your own. Here’s what you as a homeowner can do when this happens.
Smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors are a must for any home. Convenient and effective, 2-in-1 combination smoke and carbon monoxide detectors allow you to protect your home against both fire and carbon monoxide at the same time.
Arc Fault Circuit Interrupters, or AFCIs, are an important addition to the home. To ensure the safety of your home, have an arc fault breaker installed for your receptacles!
With the growing popularity of electric vehicles, manufacturers are making a huge transition from gas and hybrid-powered vehicles. So what are the best electric vehicle manufacturers on the market, and what electric vehicles can be expected in the future? With the increasing amount of EV owners, how can you ensure successful electric vehicle ownership?
What is the difference between a master electrician, a licensed electrician, and a Licensed Electrical Contractor? These key differences may be more important than you think!
If your GFCI outlet has tripped and won’t reset when you tend to it, it could be a sign that the outlet has failed. It’s best to have a professional fix it, but here are several reasons why your GFCI outlet won’t reset.
Homeowners that start on electrical projects may realize that it can end up being a lot more work than they had initially thought. Hire a professional to correct or complete your unfinished electrical DIY jobs.
Home security starts at your front door. Feel more secure by having a smart doorbell camera installed for live monitoring and playback.
Homeowners may be tempted to cut corners by trying their own DIY jobs or getting someone they know to do the job, but it’s important for the safety of you and your home to hire a licensed electrical contractor.
For bidet users looking to upgrade or for those shopping around for bidets, the electronic bidet is the next step to comfort and convenience.