Top Signs That You Need To Hire An Electrician To Come To Your Home

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As a homeowner, it is vital that you are well aware of the top signs that may indicate the need for an electrician to come to your home. To help you with this, you might want to take a few moments of your time to check the following signs of electrical trouble. The Breaker Box Is Getting Hot Sure, electricity can create a certain amount of heat. However, it should never be to the point where you can feel the metal of your electrical breaker box getting hot.

13 April 2016

Troubleshooting An Electrical Dryer That's Not Generating Heat

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Your electrical dryer plays the important role of drying out your clothes, so any malfunctions can be very frustrating and inconveniencing. One of the most common issues with electric dryers is a failure to produce heat, or generating insufficient heat to effectively dry your laundry. Before you call in a serviceman/electrician to fix the problem, read on for simple troubleshooting tips that may solve the underlying problem and get your dryer functional.

21 March 2016

Three Signs Of Household Electrical Trouble That Should Warrant A Visit From An Electrician

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Even if you take pride in performing general household maintenance tasks on your own, it's important to be able to accurately understand your limitations and know when it's time to take a step backward. Few instances are better indicative of this sentiment that those that relate to your house's electrical system. Working on wiring and electrical fixtures without the proper expertise can result in an injury or, in the worst-case scenario, a fire in your home.

15 February 2016

Air Lock In Baseboard Heating - Quick Fix

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Baseboard water heating is one of the more used methods of home heating. While there are many benefits to this type of home heating, one of the drawbacks to it is that it has a tendency to air lock. This article will go through the basics of why this happens and what you can do to relieve this problem. How baseboard water heating works Baseboard heating works by simply piping hot water through pipes and into rooms.

28 November 2015

Three Commercial Lighting Changes Every Bakery Owner Must Consider

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From the entrance where you greet your customers every day to the back of the kitchen where all of the real magic takes place, the appropriate lighting is a crucial part of a well-functioning bakery atmosphere. However, too many bakery owners start out in a recycled building and just use whatever lighting is already available from the last business that set up shop in a particular location. If you want to take your sweet business spot to a new level, take a look at the following three big lighting changes you should consider making.

8 November 2015

How To Tell If Your Home Needs A Wiring Upgrade

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Many older homes, and even some modern ones, will need a wiring upgrade at some point or another. It's not always easy to know if your home needs a wiring upgrade. However, there are many signs that will alert you that a wiring upgrade may be something you should consider. 1. Constantly Tripped Breakers and Blown Fuses First off, if you're using a fuse box, then odds are you have older wiring as well.

30 October 2015

Curious Toddler? 3 Things You Must Do After Your Child Is Electrocuted

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If you think that electrocution could never happen to your child, think again. Approximately 70 percent of the thousands of people who are treated for electricity-related accidents in the United States are curious toddlers and children under the age of 5. In many cases, accidents occur when a child sticks something, such as a finger or fork, into an electrical outlet. Fortunately, most children walk away from the experience. However, about 100 children die each year due to electrocution.

14 September 2015