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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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Opening An In Home Daycare? 3 Fire Safety Tips You Need To Know

According to Baby Center, there are three times as many in home daycare providers than there are licensed childcare centers. While licensing requirements can differ from state to state, these in home daycare operations have to ensure the safety of the children in their care, which includes keeping them safe from fires. If you are opening a daycare in your home, here are a few important things to consider that can help. Read More 

Converting A Home Into A Tech Office

Working from home is on a constant slide between the new normal and an abused privilege. Many businesses can benefit from pulling talent across the world without a petroleum-powered commute, but employers are beginning to expect more out of their team than a laptop and a pair of pajamas. If your company needs you to crank out more work than your makeshift office can handle, here are a few improvement points that an electrician can deliver. Read More 

Could Your Home’s Wiring Damage Your Electronics?

Loose outlets, sparking wires, flickering lights, and buzzing fuse boxes are just a few signs of home wiring problems that can cause a lot of trouble for home electronics. Whether it's a short, flickering outage or a full blackout, it's hard to understand how severe a power problem is until something actually breaks. Here's an overview of how power problems can ruin your expensive and vital home electronics, along with ways that an electrician can help. Read More 

Warning Signs That Your Home Needs Electrical Repair

Electrical problems can lead to dangerous and costly situations. Understanding the warning signs that you need an electrician before there's a problem will save you countless dollars in the long run. In the United States, there are hundreds of thousands of electrical fires every year. In almost every situation, these fires would have been avoidable if the homeowner had been aware of the signs of a needed electrical repair. Take some time to become familiar with the following warning signs. Read More 

Repairs That A Do-It-Yourselfer Should Not Attempt

If you are a bonafide do-it-yourselfer, you may be tempted to complete the electrical repairs of your home on your own. However, many repairs that involve an electrical current are best left to a professional. Here are a few repairs that should never be attempted on your own. Fixing or Replacing the Screw Terminals of Your Breaker Box Your screw terminals are the lugs that keep the service cables in your breaker box in place. Read More