Frequently Asked Electrical Questions

Q. Are there things I can do to save money on my electric bill?

Yes there are many things you can do to substantially reduce the amount of kilowatts you are using, thus reducing your electricity bill. From switching standard incandescent light bulbs to compact fluorescent, or even the new L.E.D. style lighting, you can use as little as 1/30th the amount of electricity for the same lumens! Occupancy sensors, motion detectors, photocells, and timers are all relatively simple to install but can save big money every month! There are a lot of little tricks that can be used to dramatically cut down on your energy consumption. Give us a call to set up a consultation so you can begin receiving these savings!

Q. My lights are flickering is this normal?

Some fluctuations that happen rarely to occasionally can sometimes be contributed to power company voltage supply issues, however, this can also be due to "in house" power supply, connections, or devices. This event should not be considered "normal" and should be checked out by a qualified professional! Loose connections at splices, service connections and devices are leading causes of functional issues and also potential for heat and if left unchecked possibly fire.

Q. What can I do to protect my family from home hazards?

Your first 2 lines of defense are prevention and making sure that you have functioning smoke and carbon monoxide detectors throughout the house.

Some Common Sense preventative measures

These are issues that should demand your immediate attention, it's not worth the gamble that, "I haven't had any major problems yet"! Contact Us and we can help.

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