Want A TV In The Kitchen? Think About A Tablet Mount Instead

Posted on: 12 September 2016

Many homeowners love the idea of installing a TV in the kitchen. Whether you're wanting to watch a bit of your favorite sports team while you cook or you're following a recipe on a cooking show, a TV in this area can be ideal. However, the installation process is typically a challenge, given that there's rarely a coaxial cable outlet in the kitchen. This means that you'll need to hire an electrical contractor, such as those found at Royal Plus Electric, to run a coax extension from a nearby jack, through the wall, and out into your kitchen.
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Increasing Your Home's Value With 3 Simple Updates

Posted on: 12 September 2016

Before you decide to sell your home, you may want to consider how you can increase its value. Some simple improvements can make a huge difference in the amount you're paid for your property. For instance, if the first impression of the property is that it's clean and well maintained, that's already a plus in the buyer's book and can make them more willing to take a look and bid on the home.
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3 Tips For Keeping Your Pool Electrically Safe

Posted on: 12 September 2016

Having a pool of your own is an awesome thing and can provide you with a lot of enjoyment. However, having a pool also brings along the responsibility that you have to make sure it is electrically safe. This article will discuss three tips for keeping your pool electrically safe.  Have Your Pool Inspected  The best way to make sure that your pool is electrically safe is to have it inspected.
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Heavy Rain And Flooding: 3 Things You Should Never Do With A Generator In Wet Weather

Posted on: 9 September 2016

Generators are great for restoring power when inclement weather strikes. However, water and generators don't mix. Not only can rain and rising flood waters damage your generator, they can cause serious safety concerns and may cause someone to get electrocuted. Generators also let off carbon monoxide, which means you can't run them in your house or in an enclosed area. So finding a perfect spot for your portable generator can be problematic.
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