3 Electrical Home Improvement Repairs You Should Always Have Done By A Licensed Electrician

Posted on: 17 May 2016

If you consider yourself handy around the house, you may think you can upgrade certain electrical needs without issue. Installing a ceiling fan or rewiring loose outlets may seem like simple projects, but you should keep in mind that electricity should be taken seriously. More than 30,000 non-fatal electrocutions occur in the home each year, and you want to keep yourself and your family safe from accidental shock or electrical fires that can result from home electrical repairs.
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Residential Electrician Services In Low Rent-High Rise Apartments: Who To Contact When You Need Help

Posted on: 16 May 2016

Low rent high-rise apartment buildings, commonly referred to as "the projects," are residences constructed by local and state governments to provide housing for impoverished individuals and families. If you are just finding housing within one of these buildings, you may have several questions about services. For example, you may be wondering about residential electrician services in your new apartment. What happens if you experience a power outage? What do you do if there is any sort of electrical problem?
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How To Switch To A GFCI Electrical Outlet For A Dehumidifier

Posted on: 6 May 2016

When you have a room that feels like a tropical rain forest in the high humidity of summer, even though your central air is cooling the room sufficiently, you should consider installing a dehumidifier. You can remove the humidity more efficiently this way than you could by installing a room air conditioning unit with secondary dehumidifier features. A room that is humid enough to require a dedicated humidifier should be equipped with a GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) outlet.
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