Get Peace of Mind with Our HomeSafe Inspection Package

Get Peace of Mind with Our HomeSafe Inspection Package

For most of us, access to electricity is a given. We just walk into our homes, flick a few switches, and we have lights, a working computer, a dishwasher and refrigerator, and plenty of heat to keep us warm or air conditioning to keep us comfortable in the toasty...

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Wiring for a Home Theater System

Wiring for a Home Theater System

You’ve decided on a theater system for your home. That’s exciting! Now you can watch great movies on a large screen with comfortable chairs and amazing sound, all put together to provide you with the best in-home movie experience possible. No doubt you’ve thought...

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Our Red Seal Journeymen and the Red Seal Program

Our Red Seal Journeymen and the Red Seal Program

When you pick up the phone to call an electrician, plumber, or other tradesperson with whom you might not be familiar, do you ever wonder if you’re making the right choice? After all, some are better than others, right? And you know you’re going to be spending plenty...

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The Importance of GFCI Plugs

The Importance of GFCI Plugs

Though many individuals may not know what a Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter is just by its name alone, chances are most people will recognize the three-holed electrical outlet (two vertical slots and a small round hold centered beneath them) that has become...

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High Voltage vs Low Voltage Wiring

High Voltage vs Low Voltage Wiring

When most of us think about the electricity in our home, we’re just thankful that we have it! Unless we’re having an issue with our electric power, we rarely give it a second thought. If the lights are going on, the heat or AC is running, and we can cook on the stove...

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Should I Buy an LED Dimmer or Regular Dimmer?

Should I Buy an LED Dimmer or Regular Dimmer?

The dimmer switch isn’t a new invention by any means. Did you know that the first dimmer was invented in 1959? That makes it 60 years old this year! A man named Joel Spira invented it in his tiny New York City apartment and patented it two years later. It marked the...

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