• October

      2

      2019
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    Are you hiring a professional?

    Have you had any work done in your home by a tradesman? Maybe an electrician, plumber or HVAC?Were they licensed and insured?Do they have an actual business? Are you sure you really know who was in your home? Let me explain what I mean:There are a lot of “companies” running around doing trade work for

    • August

      2

      2019
    • 16
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    Does your home have surge protection?

    The importance of surge protection is quite obvious for those of us that have suffered a catastrophic surge, but for those that have not it may not be so obvious.

    • July

      24

      2019
    • 28
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    Do your breakers ever trip?

    If you answered no to this, that does not mean you are in the clear from electrical issues. A breaker is designed to trip when a load is in excess of what the breakers are listed and rated for. For example: When a load of 19 amps is applied to a 15 amp circuit breaker. This should

    • March

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      2016
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    What Happens When Water Gets in Your Electrical Service Equipment?

    Taking you onsite in an Atlanta home where the water gasket was corroded.

    • March

      24

      2016
    • 119
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    How Do GFCI’s work?

    Watch our video as we show you how a functional GFCI helps protect you from electrical injury.

    • March

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      2016
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    Older Home Electrical Problems?

    The most important reason to update your older home’s electrical system is safety. Homes that are more than 30 years old are not equipped for modern electrical demands. When many older homes were built, they were designed with only 30, 50, or 60 amps for the entire home using just a few circuits. A circuit breaker is designed to protect your home by tripping and turning off when the wire running from your electrical panel to your appliances or devices becomes overloaded and in danger of becoming hot and catching fire.

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