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01/02/2008 Leave a comment
• Fuse box Elimination – Service upgrade
• New Construction
• Electric heat for those cold spots
• Recess lighting
• Phone & Cable Jacks
• Landscape lighting
• Indoor and outdoor Jacuzzis
• Sound systems
• Home theater and Surround sound
• Home automation
• Surge protection for your entire home
• Old work a specialty
• Smartphone controlled audio
• Dimmer, switch and outlet change over
• Lighting maintenance
•Smartphone controlled switches
• Fire alarm
• LED lighting
Wi fi smartphone controlled Thermostats
A/C Split systems wired
Please note: we are not lead certified and have no interest in working with your lead paint, also we reserve the right to refuse any project.
Not interested in working on jobs with asbestos hazards.
12/18/2007 Leave a comment
According to the U.S. Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC) about 200 people die from electrocution each year. Deaths from residential fires run close to 700 annually. Each year about 3,000 people are treated in hospital emergency rooms for injuries associated with electricity. Almost 10,000 fires result from damaged or overloaded cords and plugs each year.
Consumers can take steps to protect themselves from accident and injury.
- Have a licensed electrician install Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCI) outdoors, in bathrooms, kitchens, or in any location where electrical appliances or products come in contact with water. Nearly all electrocutions involving consumer products could be prevented by using GFCIs.
- Unplug appliances before cleaning them. Never plug in or unplug an electric cord while your hands are wet. Keep appliances like radios, TVs, and hair dryers away from sinks and bathtubs.
- Don’t overload outlets and extension cords.
- Don’t yank the cord when unplugging appliances; grasp the plug firmly and pull.
- Be sure the proper wattage light bulbs are used in light fixtures and lamps.
- Examine electrical cords to make sure they aren’t frayed or damaged. Do not place electrical cords under rugs or carpets.
- Make sure the batteries in your smoke detectors are working. Test smoke detectors regularly.
- Repair any appliance that smokes, sparks or shocks you.
- Teach children not to put things into electrical outlets. Protect your children from injury by using plastic outlet guards.