How To Replace A Halogen Light Bulb

Posted on: 4 February 2018

Halogen lights produce an intense bright white light, which shines brighter than a standard incandescent light. Many homeowners prefer them to save on electricity and to reduce eye strain. However, there comes a time when you have to replace them. Halogen light bulbs can be tricky to replace but it isn't impossible with the right tools. This guide will show you how to change a halogen light bulb. Prepare to Replace the Bulb [Read More]

3 DIY Electrical Repairs That Are Simple And Could Save You Money

Posted on: 8 December 2017

There are many problems that you may have with the electrical wiring in your home. Some of the repairs you may want to do in your home, but with caution, while others you will want to have the help of a professional electrical service. Here are some tips that will help you stay safe while doing DIY electrical repairs for your home: 1.Making Sure Electrical Service Is Turned Off Before Repairs [Read More]

Don't Have The Ductwork For Central Heat? What Are Your Options?

Posted on: 21 July 2017

While many who live in newer homes may take their central heating and cooling systems for granted, those who live in older or recently renovated homes without interior ductwork may often find themselves wishing that heating and cooling their entire home could be as easy as flipping a switch or pushing a button. Even if you've made your peace with the use of window or portable air conditioners in the summer, you may still be struggling with the decision of how best to heat your home. [Read More]

Four Things To Look For In An Electrician

Posted on: 30 September 2016

You may think if you need a professional electrician they all have the same qualifications and anyone in the phone-book will do, but not all electricians are created equal. Here are four things to look for before hiring an electrician for your home or business. Are They Certified? A poor wiring job can be costly. It can also be dangerous. Your home or business needs to be wired properly in order to prevent constant short-circuiting from electrical overload. [Read More]