3 November 2015
Nothing is more irritating or dangerous than having a rodent chewing away at electrical wiring. They are smarter than you think. An old saying by Benjamin Franklin applies here: "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." Here are a few ways you can eliminate the problem by preventing the rodents from being able to get to the wires in the first place. Deny Entry Locate any cracks, gaps, or crevices that may be an open invitation.
12 August 2015
As a person who wants to make the most of their electricity use, while remaining safe in the process, it pays to develop and practice some quality home electricity safety practices. The guidelines set forth in this article will help you to remain safe while using appliances, dealing with wiring and avoiding electrical catastrophes. With this in mind, read the following information and use it to stay safe inside of your home, while also protecting your electrical fixtures.
19 May 2015
Fast Internet, powerful personal computers and amazing video game consoles have made video games a lucrative industry for game designers and players alike. Many gamers bring in earning ranging from entry level payouts to respectable, middle class incomes by not only entering competitions, but by broadcasting their opinions, talents and personalities for all to see. With advertisers ready to reach more niche audiences with the ease of the computer age, why leave yourself out of the money?
7 May 2015
Having the power get knocked out due to severe weather can be a major annoyance for homeowners, and this problem can be devastating for businesses. Luckily, emergency generators can provide you with the power you need to make it through these times with minimal disruptions. However, not very many people are knowledgeable about generators, and this can cause them to make some critical errors with these devices. By following these two tips, you can help ensure that using your generator is a safe and problem-free experience.
6 May 2015
Something as innocent as hanging a new picture on the wall could result in hundreds of dollars in electrical repairs if you accidentally sever one of the many hidden electrical wires inside your walls. As if this is not bad enough, you could also find yourself dealing with some rather serious injuries if the electrical current is allowed to travel from the severed wire into your body. Thankfully, it is possible to avoid these issues by simply taking the time to check for hidden wires before you begin any home improvement project: