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Three Reasons You May Smell Electrical Smoke In Your Home

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Smoking is one of the more urgent signs of a flaw in your electrical system. If you smell electrical smoke, turn off your electricity at the circuit breaker box immediately and call an electrician from a company like Allied Electric Inc. (Unless there’s also fire, in which case you should call 911 first!) You can try to locate the source of the smoke while you wait, but leave the electricity off and don’t move or change anything before the electrician gets there or you could make the problem more difficult to diagnose.…

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Generator Selection And Maintenance Basics For Homeowners

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When the fall season starts bringing cooler temperatures, it’s the perfect time to start thinking about protecting your home for the winter. With winter weather comes the threat of blizzards and ice that can take down power lines and leave you without any way to heat your home or handle daily tasks. One solution you should consider is the investment in a standby generator for your property. Here are a few tips to help you understand how to select and take care of a generator for your home.…

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Three Myths About Electrical Issues Exposed

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Electrical issues can be a problem that homeowners will eventually encounter. However, it can be common for homeowners to be fairly uninformed when it comes to these issues, which may make it easier for them to assume myths about these electrical issues are true. By having the following three notions refuted, you will be in a better position to address these issues in the future. Myth: Flickering Lights Do Not Pose Serious Safety Concerns…

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