Common Electrical Problems in Older Homes
A home is considered many people’s “safe place.” Therefore, it is imperative that the systems within a household are truly safe and up to par. Electrical systems in a house can often have troubles that can be seen through high bills, damaged appliances, or lights that flicker. Whether this is from a house’s old age…
Electrical Upgrades to Consider During a Renovation
As you might imagine, this makes incorporating electrical upgrades during a renovation a great idea for homeowners that may be unhappy with dated wiring, outlets, or other electrical system components.
What is a Brownout?
While every homeowner is likely aware of what a blackout is, they may not know the damage that can be caused by a brownout. And, although a brownout doesn’t cause a complete power interruption that deactivates appliances, a brownout may not
Outdoor Lighting Tips
It is common for homeowners to have some sort out outdoor lighting around their homes that they can control. Most have porch lights or security lights that are manually controlled or automatically turn after the sun goes down.
How to Find the Right Electrician
Although working with electricity can be extremely dangerous without the proper knowledge and attention to detail, it is something that will be required by everyone at some point.
GFCI Outlets – How Do They Work?
Did you know that hundreds of Americans are involved in fatal accidents that result in electrocution? While electrocution may be more common on construction sites or during utility services, accidents that involve electric shock can also happen inside homes.
How to Save on Your Electric Bill
While some fees may be unavoidable, making a dent on your existing usage rates can be relatively simple with minor behavioral adjustments or investments in new technologies.
4 Unsafe Electrical Panels That May Be In Your Home
If your home was built before the 1990s, there’s a chance that you may have unsafe electrical panels or boxes hiding inside of your home.
Electrical Safety Tips for Winter
The weather can be unpredictable in Oklahoma. And, during the winter, one of the only certainties is that it will inevitably get cold without warning. Have you checked your existing electrical system and components in your home for the harsh winter that may be just around the corner?
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