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Helpful Tips for Preventing Electrical Fires

Each year in the United States there are more than 25,000 electrical fires. The most common causes of these fires are the mishandling of electrical devices. The fact is, you must be careful and take the proper safety precautions. After all, even a small, seemingly insignificant mistake can leave you with serious property damage or […]

Are Sparking Outlets Really Dangerous?

You have likely seen it a time or two – that small, blue spark that appears when you plug in an electronic device or appliance. While this is normal most of the time, and usually a harmless event, this isn’t always the case. You need to pay attention because some sparking outlets may be an early […]

Tips for Reducing Energy Usage During the Holidays

There is no question that the holidays are a magical time. Everyone’s spirits and moods are further lifted by the beautiful, twinkling Christmas lights used for decorating your home. However, the downside of all these lights is increased energy consumption, and as a result, power bills.

Tips to Lower Your Electric Bills this Winter

There are some homeowners in the Kansas City area who get a bit nervous when it begins getting cooler out. They think about the increasing heating bills that are to come, on top of holiday shopping expenses. However, there is no need to panic. There are a number of easy, fast, yet effective ways to […]

4 Of the Most Common Electric Hazards

Today, you don’t come across too many homes that don’t use electricity. Since modern people rely on electricity, it is imperative that you learn how to handle it safely. Unfortunately, the occurrence of electrical shocks and fires aren’t as rare as you may think; however, most of them are preventable. When you keep the most […]

Why Fall is the Perfect Time to Install Kansas City Landscape Lighting

Many homeowners believe that, just like other home improvement projects, they should wait until spring to install landscape lighting. They think they won’t be able to enjoy the lights because the cold weather will keep them indoors. However, daylight savings time makes it dark much earlier in the fall and winter, which means it is […]

Winterizing Your Home: How To Begin

For many Americans, winter brings frigid temperatures and unpredictable weather, both of which can wreak havoc on a home. Getting ready for the colder months means more than stocking up on hot cocoa and wood for the fireplace; you also need to think about the best ways to keep your house safe from the elements […]

Is it Time to Upgrade and Replace Your Fire Alarms?

A properly installed and working fire alarm is an asset to a home. In fact, these small devices help to prevent thousands of fatalities every year, which is why it is so important to have the tested and inspected regularly. However, at some point or another, it is going to be necessary to upgrade and […]

Helpful Tips to Maintain Your Generator

There is no question that electric generators can be quite handy, especially if you have to go several hours – or longer – without any power. However, it is necessary to ensure this piece of equipment is maintained regularly so it will continue working properly when it is needed. Some tips that will help you […]

Turned Off Appliances and Consumed Energy

When you turn an electrical appliance off, you may assume that it isn’t going to use any power. However, according to professional electrical contractors, many electronics actually keep using electricity even after they have been turned off.