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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, […]

Reasons Your Electrical Outlets Aren’t Working

Most people don’t have the faintest clue why their electrical outlets aren’t working. As a result, when a plug stops functioning, homeowners frequently have trouble pinpointing the issue. The majority of homeowners have damaged outlets regularly. Thankfully, typical broken outlet issues may be resolved with the assistance of a professional. Keep on reading to find […]

Improve Your Home’s Safety with these Electrical Upgrades

Electrical upgrades will ensure that your home’s outdated electrical systems do not cause frequent power outages or raise the chances of electrical fires or scares. You might also see a decline in the market value of your home if you don’t make these electrical upgrades.

Your One-Stop Shop for Any Commercial Electrical Needs

If you’re a General Contractor looking for one electrician company to get the job – the whole job – done, Teague Electric makes for an easy decision. We offer complete coverage for every electrical component of a commercial project. We are your one-stop shop.

Getting to Know the Most Common Electric Updates in the Workplace

Did you know there are an array of potential electrical hazards in the workplace? When you know what these are, you can watch for them and feel confident that your work environment is as safe as possible. After all, there is no reason to put yourself or any of your co-workers at unnecessary risk. Remember, […]

Hazards of Ungrounded Wiring

An ungrounded outlet is pretty easy to identify. Just look at the face of the outlet, which is where you would plug something in. On virtually all modern homes, there should be three holes present. Two of them are vertical slits, and there’s a roundish hole beneath the vertical ones.