Electrical Problems

Electrical Safety During Inclement Weather

While a quick thunderstorm or bout of heavy winds is typically nothing to be concerned about, we are beginning to see more extreme weather conditions move their way across the globe. Texas saw a snowstorm last February that took the lives of nearly 250 citizens. Wildfires swept across Australia in 2020 and tore through more …

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What to Do If Your Breaker Keeps Tripping?

Commercial buildings and industrial facilities require additional power to operate heavy machinery and electronic equipment. However, when a circuit gets overloaded, the circuit breakers trip and switch the circuit off, thus preventing a fire hazard. In such an instance, you can get the power back by following these simple steps: Turn of all the appliances …

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5 Signs You Need to Call an Electrician

Contact with electric current was responsible for 3% of all fatalities in the United States in 2019. We’re often surrounded by electrical hazards without even realizing it. A faulty socket or a burning smell from an unidentifiable source can prove to be more life-threatening than you think. Such occurrences are quite common and often ignored, which …

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‘4’ Warning Signs of an Overloaded Electrical Circuit

As electricity passes through a wire, it produces heat. Overloading electrical circuits produces enough heat to melt the plastic insulation on the wires; in many cases, damaged wires lead to house fires and even electrocution. According to the National Fire Protection Association, overloaded circuit induced house fires account for 14% of all fire related deaths in the United States. 

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