How To Move An Outlet Up Existing Drywall

Posted on: 15 May 2017
If you install a new device like a wall-mounted television, or overhead light, you may find the cord doesn't reach the intended outlet. It is possible to move an outlet up the drywall without needing advanced electrical skills. Here are tips to move outlets up existing drywall Prepare to Work For this project, you need: work gloves Phillips or flat-blade screwdriver non-contact voltage meter side-cutting pliers pencil stud finder wire strippers wire connectors drywall saw or keyhole saw 14-gauge electrical cable (optional) blank electrical plate   Shut off the current to the outlet you want to move from the breaker box.
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3 Ways You Can Lower Your Energy Costs

Posted on: 10 May 2017
Saving money on your energy bills involves more than just turning off a few lights. There are ways you can make meaningful changes to your home and your family's consumption of electricity that could result in real savings for you. To help get you started, here are just a few ways you can save on energy costs.   Install a Programmable Thermostat  Your home's heating and cooling system is one of the main consumers of energy in your home.
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4 Services Offered By Industrial Electricians Every Manufacturing Business Owner Should Know

Posted on: 3 May 2017
From the maintenance technician you trust to work on certain pieces of equipment to the IT analyst who tends to networking matters, there are all kinds of professionals you will trust on a day-to-day basis in a manufacturing business setting. However, there is one that stands above the rest as important for a lot of reasons: an industrial electrician. An industrial electrician has far more to offer than most business owners really know.
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How To Replace An Old Outdoor Electrical Outlet

Posted on: 24 April 2017
As warm weather approaches, you are reminded of all of the yard work that you need to do to put your yard in order for the season. Many of these tasks require a safe and reliable power source, and a long extension cord doesn't exactly meet the "safe" criteria. You know that your outdoor electrical outlet needs to be replaced, either because of safety concerns such as sparking, or occasional incidents when you plug in an appliance and nothing happens.
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