How To Troubleshoot Motion Sensor Light Issues

Posted on: 20 September 2017

Motion sensor lights alert you to movement in your yard by beeping and flashing, and they allow you to see your way around the house at night. However, you may experience a light that won't come on and other issues.  You don't always have to take the unit for a professional repair. Many times, the issue is simple to fix. Troubleshoot and fix motion sensor light tissues by following these tips:
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Why Circuit Breakers Won't Stop Tripping

Posted on: 20 September 2017

Constantly dealing with circuit breakers tripping is something that you should not have to experience in your house. Circuit breakers are actually designed to trip if there is a risk for a fire starting from an electrical problem. You don't want to allow the breakers to continuously trip for too long without getting the problem inspected by an electrician. There could be a serious electrical problem in your house or a few simple electrical upgrades might need to be made.
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Signs Your Light Switch May Need To Be Replaced

Posted on: 19 September 2017

A light switch is one of the most overlooked elements of a home. Most people are accustomed to flipping the switch on or off without ever giving the switch a second thought. While this part lasts for decades, at some point in time, it can begin to wear and should be replaced. If you live in an older home, you may be curious as to what the signs are that a light switch needs replacing.
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Four Types Of Damage Your Gate Opener Can Suffer

Posted on: 18 September 2017

Automatic gates can be a convenient option for allowing you to easily enter your property while enjoying the benefits of a fence. There are several threats that can lead to these gate openers encountering problems, and if you have one of these systems on your property, you will need to be mindful of the more routinely encountered problems so you can schedule gate repair. Flooding Depending on the location of your gate opener and the surrounding terrain, it can be possible for large pools of standing water to accumulate around the unit.
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