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Buying A Generator For Power Outages

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Whether it is man-made or simply part of a natural weather cycle, climate change appears to be producing summer storms along the East Coast that are increasing both in frequency and intensity. Combine the fury of these storms with an aging power infrastructure, and the result is an increase in the occurrence and duration of power outages. This is leading many homeowners to consider buying a generator as a backup for at least a minimal amount of their electrical needs.…

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Targeted Wiring And Services For Gaming Households

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As home automation becomes more popular, there’s a lot of things that the more technically-savvy households can enjoy. A few friends or co-workers who barely know how to use computers may be impressed by an app that turns on the lights or changes the temperature, but the many flavors of tech culture can do so much more. If you’re a gamer or one of many tech subcultures and want your home to do a lot more than adjust a few lights, take a look at a few ways residential electricians can boost your home’s power and flexibility.…

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Three Signs Your Electrical Wiring Needs An Inspection

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Whether you’ve just moved in or whether you’ve lived in the same house for years, regular electrical inspections are vital to maintaining electrical safety in your home. Don’t wait until you have a dangerous electrical problem before calling in an electrician. Use these three signs to help you detect the need for another inspection. 1. Irregular behavior If your electrical system starts behaving differently when it hasn’t been worked on recently, that could be a sign of deterioration.…

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