How can I protect my home from power cuts? You can install a permanent standby generator to immediately provide power. Automatic systems have an auto transfer switch that can sense a power outage, maintain power in your home, and shut back down when the main energy is restored. You don’t have to be at home to…
Check electrical cords for damage. Don’t mend them, replace them! Keep flammable materials from heaters and lamps. Use extension cords sparingly and only for short amounts of time. Don’t plug to many appliances into one cord, this may cause overheating and fires.
Our world is changing continuously and rapidly. New electronics and machines are introduced to us daily.
Good electrical contractors take safety and safe environment for all workers very seriously, workers and contractors should work on tandem to prevent accidents and to be aware of the two types of unsafe behavior: Deliberate and inadvertent.
Tamper resistant receptacles are expected to reduce the number of injuries that t result when someone inserts a foreign object into receptacles on a residential occupancy.
Replacing regular incandescent light bulbs, with compact fluorescents can save up to $30.00, per bulb (based on national average of electricity costs) and the expected life of the CFL.
The usage of portable generators as back up emergency power for residential and industrial facilities during temporary power outages, during and after severe thunderstorms and or hurricanes has become common among affected individuals and facilities.
With today’s global economy combating counterfeit electrical products and equipment is a challenge for the electrical industry.
Counterfeiters are good at; you guessed, at counterfeit not only the product, label and package but the UL approval as well, making really difficult to differentiate between the real things and the counterfeits.