If you haven't had your company's electrical circuits and panels upgraded in a long time, then it might be time to talk to an electrician about your upgrade options. A good electrician can take a look at your electrical circuits and panels to help you determine if any improvements can be made. If it's possible for you to upgrade the electrical systems in your commercial building, then this might be an improvement that you will want to think about.
27 February 2020
Cold weather is coming — or depending on where you live, you may already have experienced that first bracing frost. As winter approaches, you probably expect to fire up your home heating system and enjoy a toasty indoor escape from the cold. But first, you have to ask yourself a critical question: Is your home's electrical system up to the challenge? Here are some important things you need your electrical contractor to check before you can greet cooler days and nights with confidence.
30 October 2019
You've probably heard the phrase "power surge" before, but if you're not an electrician, you may not know what it means. Here are five things that all homeowners need to know about power surges. What are power surges? Power surges, also known as voltage spikes, occur when the amount of voltage in your electrical system briefly increases above its normal level. If this increase lasts for more than three nanoseconds, it's officially classified as a power surge, while increases that last for only one or two nanoseconds are considered power spikes.
3 August 2015
While you should always leave large electrical projects to professional electricians, there are a few simple electrical fixes that many homeowners like to tackle on their own. However, working with home wiring can be one of the most dangerous DIY projects to take on. If you do not have experience doing electrical repairs and you are looking to attempt your first repair, here are four essential safety tips you should know.
3 April 2015
Having an electrician out to work on your home is expensive as it not only involves the electrical work, but often also involves opening up sections of your wall. That is why it is best to have as much work as possible done while the house is being built or an area is being remodeled. Consider some of these upgrades to make your electrical system do more for you. Get Better Internet Coverage
3 March 2015
So you're thinking of becoming an electrician. If you've wondered about the risks involved, how much work goes into learning the skills, and what sort of future you can expect, it shows you're a careful planner. While it is a highly rewarding career, here's what you need to know before deciding whether or not it's right for you. Training And Education Becoming an electrician doesn't call upon years of formal schooling, but it does require lots of training and preparatory work.
3 March 2015