What Are The Benefits Of Adding An Additional 20 Amp Electrical Line To Your Home?

Posted on: 20 September 2016

You can only add so many power strips to your current electrical circuit lines. Eventually, you will need to add an additional line or you will overload an existing line. In a best case scenario, overloading a line will cause the circuit breaker that controls power to the line to shut off. You will then need to start unplugging electrical appliances until the line is no longer being overloaded.  In a worst case scenario, your breaker may malfunction, causing wires to overheat and possibly catch fire, especially in an older home with compromised wiring.
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2 Pieces Of Plant Equipment That Can Be Diagnosed With Thermal Imaging

Posted on: 15 September 2016

If you a looking for ways to avoid costly electrical repairs in a plant environment, thermal imaging may be your solution. When an area of a manufacturing plant becomes inoperable due to electrical equipment failures, the negative impact on productivity can result in significant monetary losses. With thermal imaging, you can identify a potential problem before the equipment fails completely. The early detection can reduce the amount of down time required for the repair.
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2 Reasons To Hire An Electrician To Help With Your Home Security System

Posted on: 14 September 2016

One of the most useful tasks that an electrician can perform for you is installing your home security system, mostly because he or she can ensure that the security system is installed in a way that can maximize its effectiveness. Listed below are two reasons to hire an electrician to help you with your security system. Deal With Interference One of the most dangerous things that can happen to your home security system is interference.
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Tips For Preventing Refrigerator Breakdowns

Posted on: 14 September 2016

Keeping your fridge clean is one of the easiest ways of maintaining its energy and operational efficiency. Keeping the whole fridge clean is advisable, but some parts are more easily bogged down by debris than others. Here are three parts to focus on when cleaning your fridge: The Condenser Coils The condenser coils are located either at the bottom section of the fridge, front, or back. During a fridge's cooling circle, warm air passes over the condenser coils where they give off their heat energy to the condensers.
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