Everyone Needs To Know These Potential Electrical Fire Hazards

There are a number of individuals who are not familiar with electrical hazards. This puts them at risk of being involved in an electrical fire. Knowing the basics of electrical fire safety can save lives. Some of the basic things you do each day could result in you being a victim of an electrical fire. The following points will aid educating you on protecting you and your family against electrical fires. Read More 

Signs You Need a Smoke Detector Now

Every house needs a smoke detector, but there are some that probably need it more than others. You are putting your house in danger if you have a high risk of fire but you haven't installed a smoke detector. Here are four signs that you shouldn't go even a single day without a smoke detector: You Use Old Appliances Old appliances and systems, such a HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) and electrical wiring systems, present serious fire risks as compared to newer systems. Read More 

Learn How To Choose The Right Lighting For Your Bridal Salon

When you open a small bridal salon, you need to be sure that the lighting in the salon is perfectly placed. You want the lights to help the brides see how beautiful they are without creating shadows that might make things look less flattering. The following guide walks you through a few lighting ideas to use to make your bridal salon thrive. Choose Flattering Lights When you choose lighting to use in your bridal salon, you need to be sure that the lighting casts tones that are flattering and soft, not bright and intrusive. Read More 

3 Tips To Getting Wiring Done For Basement Remodeling Projects

If you are planning on remodeling your basement, there is a lot of work that needs to be done. It probably lacks some mechanical installations such as HVAC, plumbing, and electrical. The wiring in your basement is also going to need some electrical improvements, as well as any cables that you want to add. Here are some tips to help you get the wiring done in your basement to get it ready to finish: Read More 

Mistakes You May Be Making That Compromise Your Electrical Safety

Although you may be a very electrically enlightened homeowner, even the best of us make mistakes from time to time. Unfortunately, when you're making electrical mistakes, your safety can be very easily compromised. Make sure your home isn't in danger of an electrical disaster by avoiding these potential electrical mistakes.   Overlamping Did you know that electricians have a term for putting the wrong light bulb in your light fixture or lamp? Read More