Creating A Safer Work Zone

Have A Dead Ceiling Fan? Try These Checks Before Calling The Electrician

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Whenever an electrical appliance isn’t working at all, first confirm that the circuit breaker hasn’t tripped. In the case of a nonoperational ceiling fan, once you have confirmed that the breaker isn’t the root of the problem, switch off power to the breaker before proceeding with the following checks: Check the Position of the Reverse Switch In some cases, the problem might be as simple as an incorrectly positioned reverse switch.…

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4 Signs Your Light Switches Are Ready To Be Replaced

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Most homeowners focus on outlets and appliances when worrying about the condition of their home’s wiring and forget the humble light switch. However, since these switches are used so often in the course of a single day, they often fail long before other parts of the home’s electrical system show signs of age. Watch out for these four common indicators that you need new light switches installed. Loose Switches The switch itself should only move smoothly up and down.…

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4 Electrical Upgrades Ideal For Backyard Movie Theaters

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Thanks to modern technology, the idea of a drive-in movie theater is now affordable in your own backyard. DVDs, Blu-Ray discs, and digital streaming services can all be displayed on portable projection screens right off the back patio. As you plan your backyard movie theater, there are multiple enhancements you can apply to make the area more comfortable, appealing, and easy to set up. By hiring an electrician, you can have four upgrades installed in the backyard specifically for use with a movie theater.…

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