Don't Have The Ductwork For Central Heat? What Are Your Options?
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.
Four Things To Look For In An Electrician
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.
3 Simple Ideas To Add Automation To Your Home For Improved Energy Efficiency
27 September 2016
There are many different things that you may be considering doing to make your home more energy efficient. Some of the improvements may include home automation. These can sometimes be complicated, but there are some simple solutions to consider, such as adding motorized shades and smart AC thermostats. Here are some simple solutions that you may want to consider to make your home more energy efficient with automation:
1. Adding A New Smart Thermostat To Easily Automate HVAC
Four Electrical Issues That Everyone Should Take Seriously
26 September 2016
Residential electrical services are a convenience that many people take for granted. This can cause them to overlook what they may deem as minor electrical issues. If you incorrectly assess the seriousness of an electrical issue, you may end up with a minor inconvenience or serious consequences. Losing power in parts or all of your home are examples of minor inconveniences, and electrocution or electrical fires are examples of serious consequences.