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Improving Our Home Safety

Every home has its quirks, but a few years ago I realized that my home was especially quirky. It seemed like no matter what we did, we just couldn't keep our electrical system working well, and it was super frustrating. Some outlets wouldn't work, and others were spotty at best. Sometimes all of the outlets would work. Other times the fuse would blow when we were least expecting it. It was really frustrating, but fortunately, a local electrician came to our aid and helped us to make things better. This blog is here to help any homeowner to know when they need professional help with their electronics.

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3 Electrical Safety Tips You Need To Remember This Holiday Season

As winter approaches, it can be easy to get carried away with ideas about festive family get-togethers and forget about safety. Unfortunately, the cold season presents several serious dangers to homeowners including house fires and serious electrical shocks. Here are three seasonal electrical safety tips that you need to remember this holiday season to keep you and your family safe. 1: Check Those Christmas Lights Before Use To save money on Christmas lights, most people reuse those strands year after year. Read More 

3 Electrical No-No’s You Should Pay More Attention To

When you are a busy homeowner, you might be more focused on keeping up with work and hauling your kids where they need to go than electrical safety. However, failure to take electricity seriously can cost you. In fact, every year there are more than 30,000 reported shock-related injuries and 2,600 deaths from house fires.  Here are three electrical no-no's that you should pay more attention to. 1: Permanent Extension Cord Use Read More 

Blinks, Surges, And Brownouts: What’s Causing Your Power Outage?

Are you tired of never knowing what in the world is going on when your power goes out? Are you wondering if there are any clues that could help you determine what's at the route of your electricity woes? If so, read on to learn about blinks, surges, and brownouts so the next time your power goes out, you won't be left in the dark as to why. Then, call your electrician like one from RDS Electric if you need assistance. Read More