New Appliance? New Circuit!

New Appliances In Sunny Kitchen

As technology advances, so do our household appliances. From state-of-the-art refrigerators and ovens to energy-efficient washing machines and dryers, these new large appliances make our lives easier and more convenient. However, before you excitedly bring home that shiny new device, it’s crucial to consider the electrical requirements for its installation. In this blog post, we’ll…

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Tips for Hanging Christmas Lights like a Pro

A Man Hanging Christmas Lights On The Exterior Of A House

As the holiday season draws nearer, our excitement grows exponentially, and one of the best ways to spread the cheer is by hanging Christmas lights. Watching the warm glow of those twinkling lights against the winter night’s backdrop captures this festive season’s magic and joy. However, to ensure a safe and stunning display, following proper…

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Electric Vehicle Performance FAQ

Electric Vehicle Car Going Through Forest, Ev Electrical Energy For Environment, Nature Power Technology Sustainable Devlopment Goals Green Energy, Ecosystem Ecology Healthy Environment Road Trip

Electric vehicles have taken the automotive industry by storm, promising eco-friendly and efficient transportation for the modern world. However, many drivers still have questions about their performance capabilities. In this blog, we’ll be addressing some of the most common electric vehicle performance FAQs to give you a better idea of what to expect from these…

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Are Ungrounded Outlets Dangerous?

A Plug About To Be Inserted Into One Of Two Outlets

You might not pay much attention to the outlets in your home. We’re so used to them, we don’t really consider them unless they aren’t working correctly. But having the right outlet is essential for keeping your home and family safe. When it comes to ungrounded outlets, there’s some speculation about their compliance with modern…

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Teaching Children About Electrical Safety

Two Children Playing With Electricity On Floor At Home

Can you believe that there are around 1,000 deaths every year due to electrical injuries? Aside from electrical risks at work, there are plenty of potential issues that could crop up at home. It’s worth learning about electrical safety at a young age to give time for these cautious habits to stick. You already have enough to…

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Electric Vehicle Charging Safety Tips

Ev Charging In The Snow

Did you know there are over 3,400 electric vehicle charging stations throughout Seattle? Owning an electric vehicle is becoming more and more convenient, and it’s now easier than ever to have professionals install a charging station in your home. Whether you’re charging your vehicle at home or at a public port, it’s important to be careful.…

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My Electric Vehicle Ran Out of Power — Now What?

Ev Driver In Front Seat

Almost 10% of Americans own at least one electric car, and that number is sure to increase. While the electric vehicle market in the U.S. hasn’t taken hold as fast as other countries, it’s still growing. If you have an electric vehicle or are considering one, you might be worrying about some of the practical aspects. For…

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Everyday Electrical Troubleshooting Tips

Homeowner Troubleshooting An Electrical Problem

Did you know that just one overloaded circuit can cause a complete power outage? While electrical problems are part and parcel of home ownership, electrical troubleshooting can help prevent faults and limit damage. Catching issues early can also save you money on repair costs. While some of these common electrical issues can be troubleshot quickly, a…

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Preparing For Home Rewiring Work

Electrical Wiring Being Installed

Did you know that faulty wiring is the leading cause of electrical fires? Faulty wiring can be annoying, frustrating, and even dangerous. This is why it’s so important to have these issues looked at by a professional as soon as possible. If you think you may need rewiring, there are a few things you should do…

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Remodeling Your Home? The First Place To Start

(And no, it’s not adding hardwood floors or that splashy hot tub) When you think about it, a house is very much like the human body.  Sure, they may look different on the outside.  Some may be taller (two-story) or wider (ranch-style).  All may boast a variety of skin tones (outside paint), hairstyles (roofs), or…

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