3 Exterior Lighting Ideas For Your Country Cottage

Posted on: 30 September 2016

A nice, secluded country cottage can be a wonderful vacation spot. It's a nice place to relax and escape from the hectic city life. However, you will need to install exterior lighting. One of the trade-offs for country living is that you don't have lots of street lamps around, or even ambient light from nearby buildings. So, unless you want to have to walk around your property at night using flashlights, or moonlight, you will need to install some exterior lighting.
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How To Run A Junction Box Line From Your Breaker Box

Posted on: 29 September 2016

If you're planning on adding an additional electric line to handle the ever increasing need for power outlets, you should consider adding a junction box at some point along the line instead of running the line directly to a single outlet. Although you can run additional lines from an outlet, you are more limited in the direction that the additional lines may follow. When branching from an individual outlet, it's much easier to run a line in the same general area as the outlet.
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Factors To Consider When Selecting A BICSI Training Course

Posted on: 27 September 2016

If you are looking to expand your work in the electrical field, you may be looking at taking BICSI training course. A BICSI training course is designed for those with intermediate or advanced electrical experience who may be looking to develop new electrical skills in the information and technology arena. This includes installing electrical cabling for cable and internet companies. There are different schools that offer BICSI training courses, like the Independent Electrical Contractors of Greater Cincinnati.
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How to Avoid Making These 4 Common Electrical Mistakes

Posted on: 26 September 2016

When it comes to doing electrical work, it's of utmost importance to do things correctly. When mistakes are made or careful attention isn't given, the results can be disastrous. When electrical work is not done right, fire hazards and short circuits can be created. There is also an increased risk of someone getting shocked. Here are some ways to avoid making four common electrical mistakes.   Leaving Cable Unsecured When a cable isn't secured properly, it causes unnecessary strain on the connections.
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