electrician,electrical services
Written by John Mullen

Keep Your Power Panel In Top Shape

If you spend as much time at your circuit breaker as you do watching TV, you probably need to upgrade or replace a circuit panel. When circuit breakers continually flip off, to prevent overheating or fire, it means your panel is working too hard and may be outdated. This is more than a nuisance, it’s a fire hazard.

The circuit panel is supposed to distribute the appropriate amount of power to the lights, outlets, and appliances throughout your home. When circuit breakers are tripped, it means the circuits aren’t able to handle the demands for power. In addition to being a fire hazard, there are other reasons to make repairs promptly. 

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Home Electric Repair,Electrician
Written by Stu Kushner

When To Call The Electrician If Your Electrical Outlet Sparks

A short circuit, aged equipment or water exposure could be the reason behind a sparking electrical outlet in your home. Sometimes, it just happens normally. So how do you know that there’s something wrong and dangerous with the outlet?

The power that runs through outlets is fast and hot. Power should ideally flow through the circuit and back out to the main grid without interruptions. Your home outlets uses this fast-moving current to give you the power needed to run your air conditioning unit, refrigerator, stove, as well as other devices that rely on electric power. 

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