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5 Tips for Finding a Trusted Kansas City Electrician

You may need a trusted Kansas City electrician for anything from a blinking light to a full electrical overhaul. Understanding more about the costs, how you can reduce your costs, and what projects require more expertise will help you decide who to pick. One that will also help is knowing which questions to ask your […]

Wise Electrical Upgrades to Invest in for Your Commercial Space

There are electrical upgrades to invest in for your commercial space that are worth your time and money. Being able to keep as much of your money as possible by keeping costs down matters with any company. The costs of your equipment, wiring, lighting and temperature control can overtake much of your budget. However, upgrades […]

Why Should I Upgrade My Outlets

Why should I upgrade my outlets? This is an important consideration if any of the following apply: Your outlets are malfunctioning They are damaged in any way Warping is present in the outlets The house and its electrical components are old Outlets become less effective over time due to wear, and sometimes create a safety […]

5 Benefits to Making the Switch to Smart Lighting

Deciding to switch to smart lighting may sound like a drastic move, but might be one of the wisest choices you’ll make as a homeowner. Smart lighting saves you time, helps keep your house more secure, and may help you save a lot on your electric bill. We’ll take a look at the five top […]

Important Spring Electrical Safety Tips to Keep in Mind

Spring is upon us, and with it come important spring electrical safety tips to keep in mind. After all, spring is one of the best times to start thinking about how safe your electrical system is. Spring cleaning can easily include getting rid of unused, non-working electrical items.

What to Do During an Electrical Emergency

Do you know what to do during an electrical emergency? Most of us don’t. Most of us have our own ideas of what constitutes an emergency. Some may think a power outage is an emergency, others may not.