Grace Young, Author at Teague Electric

 6 Reasons to Have Under Cabinet Lighting Installed this Year

More and more people are discovering the joys of under cabinet lighting. They provide great lighting without having to give up any counter space. They make a great addition or alternative to wall or ceiling lighting fixtures. People are finding them to be very effective for lighting in kitchens and bathrooms, but they are easy […]

Creative Lighting Ideas to Consider for 2022

With advancements in technology and great options for light fixtures, you can get creative lighting ideas almost anywhere. Gone are the days of one large light on the ceiling to shine a glaring light on everything. Now you can have the perfect lighting in every room. Lighting that you can use for working, for relaxing, […]

Improve Your Kitchen with these Lighting Upgrades

One of the best ways to improve your kitchen is with a few lighting upgrades. It’s amazing how your kitchen can be improved with a few new lights. We use our kitchens for so much. It’s not just a place to eat, but work, talk, gather, throughout the day. Different tasks call for certain lighting. […]

6 Common Reasons Your Lights are Flickering

There could be a few reasons why your lights are flickering, none of them good. However, not all of the reasons are serious. It’s usually an indication there is a problem with the light bulb or your wiring.

Reasons to Have an Electrical Inspection this Fall

You really shouldn’t need a reason to have an electrical inspection. It should be something that you schedule at least once a year. More, if your home is older. But most of us don’t think about our electrical system until something goes wrong.

5 Signs You Need an Electrical Panel Upgrade

It would be best if you thought about getting an electrical panel upgrade because this houses the many circuit breakers that circulate power throughout your household. Have you ever seen the cables that link your house to the outside world? Your electrical panel is where they all come together. The lines branch off from there, […]