Do you have lights in your home that dim when the refrigerator kicks on? Have you ever felt a slight shock when you touch your stove with wet hands? These are just two situations that should be looked at by an electrician. I didn't give any attention to the lights that were dimming in my laundry room when I turned my dryer on. A few months after I had noticed it, we had a small electrical fire in the ceiling. To find more home electrical symptoms that shouldn't be ignored, visit my website. Here, you will find symptoms, problems and solutions for each.
12 August 2015
You probably already know that your commercial kitchen can be quite dangerous. You have to worry about burns, fires, slips and falls and other safety issues, but you might not have thought about the electrical hazards that are in your commercial kitchen. These are a few ways that you can keep yourself and everyone who works in your kitchen safe from electrical shock and electrical fires. 1. Be Careful When Cleaning
9 July 2015
Does the circuit breaker to your furnace trip all of the time and cause the pilot flame to go out? A furnace is a high voltage piece of equipment that demands a lot of electricity, and there are several reasons why it may be tripping the circuit breaker. Find out below about the possible reasons why the circuit breaker to the furnace constantly trips, as well as how an electrician can resolve the problem to keep your home safe.
29 June 2015
Between cellphones, espresso makers, big-screen televisions, and countertop griddles, most homes have a lot of electrical appliances. And in older homes, those electrical appliances may be competing for a small number of outlets in out-of-the-way places. But if you're making do by using power strips and extension cords, it's time to look into having some new outlets installed. Why Not Just Use Extension Cords? Extension cords are a great fix for inconvenient outlets – temporarily.
23 June 2015
Having a light attached to a dimmer switch is nice because the special switch allows you to adjust the amount of light in the room, but dimmer switches can also be annoying. They can sometimes get really hot, and they can also start buzzing. If you have a dimmer switch that buzzes, you may wonder why this is happening and whether it's normal or not. You may also want to know if there is a way to stop the switch from doing this.
25 May 2015
If you are planning on adding a room to your home, you will need to consider the electrical work of the room. This is one of the first things you need to plan for the new room, since there are so many electrical uses for even a small room. Here are some electrical considerations to keep in mind for a new room. Outlets and Switches The first thing to plan out in the new room are the outlets and switches.