Enduring A Heatwave? How To Stop Your Air Conditioner From Overheating

Posted on: 2 August 2017
When you're dealing with a heat wave, the last thing you want is to have your air conditioner go out. Unfortunately, that's exactly what can happen, especially your electrical system is overloaded. One power surge can shut down your entire air conditioner. Power surges can occur when the main power source for your community is overloaded, due to extreme usage. However, power surges can also occur when your own air conditioner is forced to work overtime to keep your home cool during under heatwave conditions.
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Do You Need A Professional Electrician To Fix Your Home's Electric? Find Out Now

Posted on: 25 July 2017
When you own a home, you are responsible for all of the things that can go wrong, such as the electrical system. The last thing you want to do is to ignore any of the following signs of electrical issues. If these issues are ignored, the electrical system could become further damaged and everyone in the home could be in danger, should one of the problems result in a fire.
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Three Things Your Kids Need To Know About Electrical Safety In The Home

Posted on: 17 July 2017
If you're like most adults, you're probably already familiar with the basics of electrical safety. For instance, you know better than to use an electrical appliance such as a hairdryer or electric toothbrush while soaking in the bathtub, and if you've got small children in the home, you've undoubtedly placed safety covers on your electrical outlets. Many busy parents, however, forget to tell their older children how to be safe around electricity.
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Problems With The Wiring In Your Home? 4 Warning Signs You Should Look For

Posted on: 16 July 2017
If you recently purchased an older home, there may be problems with the wiring that you don't know about. Unfortunately, electrical problems can be difficult to identify, especially if the issue involves the internal wiring. Luckily, there are some signs you can look for that will help you identify those potential problems. If you're concerned about the wiring in your older home, here are four signs you should be on the lookout for:
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