1. Why You Shouldn’t Attempt Electrical Work on Your Own

    There are many home projects that you can do on your own. Whether you are replacing your flooring or painting your walls, DIY work can save you quite a bit of money. However, there are certain things that you should never attempt to do on your own, and electrical work is one of them. Working with el…Read More

  2. Testing Your GFCIs

    In one of our previous blogs, we talked about how installing GFCIs (ground fault circuit interrupter outlets) is a great idea for the more hazardous areas of your home. These kinds of outlets will protect you from getting shocked in the cases of ground faults or electrical current leaks, and they ar…Read More

  3. Signs of an Overloaded Electrical System

    In our last blog, we talked about a few outlet safety tips to keep your family and your home safe. To recap, we talked about not plugging too many things into a single outlet, keeping your outlets covered and using ground fault circuit interrupters in the more hazardous areas of your home. Although …Read More

  4. Electrical Outlet Safety Tips

    Have you had a chance to read our last blog yet? If you have, then you already know that outlet safety is a big deal. Every day kids all over the US are sent to the hospital for treatment of burns and shocks related to electrical outlets. We also talked about one very effective way to remedy this pr…Read More

  5. Why You Need Tamper Resistant Receptacles

    When you have small children, electrical safety should be a top priority. Did you know that every single day approximately seven kids are sent to the hospital due to burns or shocks from electrical outlets? Kids are curious, and it is not uncommon to find one sticking something into an outlet that t…Read More