I Need An Extension: 3 Hazards Associated With Extension Cord Use

Posted on: 12 September 2016

If you use extension cords to make up for a lack of available outlets in your home, you might want to have your home rewired. Extension cords can lead to serious injuries. In fact, according to statistics, about 4000 people are injured by extension cords each year. Of those 4000 people, 13% of the injuries are to children under the age of five. Here are three the three most common hazards associated with extension cord use. [Read More]

Is Your Home Ready For A New Gaming Season?

Posted on: 9 September 2016

New gaming consoles, more powerful gaming computers, and the need to be in different areas of the home can test the fortitude of an old home. A lot of electrical wiring mistakes can be found when a gamer takes over a home, or when a household has young gamers finally letting loose with their systems. If you've had a blackout from having too many devices connected, or can't find an easy place to connect your computer and its many entertainment peripherals, here's a few repairs and upgrades that an electrician can deliver. [Read More]

It's Electrifying: 4 Reasons You Should Have Your Wiring Updated

Posted on: 8 September 2016

You might not realize this, but your electrical system is actually the brains behind your entire home. It lights your home, cooks your food, and washes your clothing. It even entertains you by powering your computers, televisions, and game systems. If it wasn't for your electrical system, you'd be living in the dark ages inside your home. Taking that into consideration, it might be time to update your electrical system. Not sure your electrical system needs an update? [Read More]

3 Electrical Improvements To Make Your Home Modern And Energy Efficient

Posted on: 7 September 2016

Electricity can be a major cost for your family budget, but there are many ways to reduce consumption and save money for more important things in life. There are many simple improvements that can be done that can make a major difference for the consumption of electricity. These improvements can include things like lighting and more energy efficient appliances and mechanical systems. Here are some of the electrical upgrades that you may want to consider to make your home more energy efficient: [Read More]