Three Major Damages Storms Can Cause To Your Electrical System

Posted on: 4 October 2017

Is your neighborhood gearing up for the storm season? In that case, you need to be aware of the damages storms can cause to your electrical system. Here are three common examples of such damages: Power Surge A power surge occurs when the electrical current flowing in a circuit increases beyond a safe limit. Such a spike in electrical flow can cause damage to electronics and electrical appliances when their tolerance limits are exceeded.
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Should You Use Ballast Compatible LED Bulbs Or Pay For Permanent Conversion?

Posted on: 4 October 2017

Metal halide lights were popular for decades throughout industrial and manufacturing settings due to the brightness and intensity of light produced by the bulbs. However, they're still very inefficient when compared to modern LED bulb technology, and the heat produced by halide bulbs can pose a fire hazard and increase cooling and ventilation costs. At one point, you couldn't simply plug in an LED bulb and expect it to work, but now plug-and-play LED bulbs are available.
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4 Residential Electrical Services Your Contractor Can Provide

Posted on: 3 October 2017

Have you have ever wondered what an electrical contractor or licensed electrician can do for you? Whether you have recently purchased a new home, or you have lived in your present home for quite some time, you might want to consider the electrical services available to you. These services can help ensure the safety, convenience and practicality in your home. Consider electrical upgrades, safety and security fixes, outdoor lighting, and installation of security systems, smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, generators, ceiling fans and more.
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How To Install PVC Conduit Underground

Posted on: 3 October 2017

If you need power to an outbuilding, run electricity using PVC conduit and existing circuits to hide the cables. PVC conduit is easier to install than metal conduit, and the only difficult part is digging the trench. You don't need advanced electrical skills, but it requires patience and attention to details. Install PVC conduit underground by following these steps.  Prepare to Install the PVC Conduit To install the conduit. gather:
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