What’s The Deal With Light Switch Installation?

August 30, 2011 at 9:32 pm | Category: Electrical Tips

There are many times when a homeowner wishes to change the location of a light switch or install a brand new switch in a renovated room. Unfortunately, the process can be difficult for beginners and requires dealing with electrical wiring. It’s usually best to consult a residential electrician before cutting into the drywall and handling […]

Illuminating the House Exterior With Outdoor Lighting

August 25, 2011 at 8:00 pm | Category: Lighting

Having outdoor lighting is seen to offer plenty of benefits for the homeowners. Most of the people will install an exterior lighting fixture, especially in poor lighted sections of the property in order to heighten security measures against theft. But many makers have now improved the designs of these fixtures to make them more than […]

LED Lights – Businesses Save By Going Green

August 23, 2011 at 9:09 pm | Category: Lighting

Only five years ago LED lighting was about fancy colours and novel applications. Do you remember the glowing wash-basins and bath-tubs that, it was predicted, were for the home of the future. Those gimmicks may not have taken off in the mainstream, but LEDs have now grown up and found a more serious role in […]

Symptoms to Watch for When Your Home Is in Need of an Electrical Service or Panel Upgrade

August 18, 2011 at 9:02 pm | Category: Electrical Tips

Because electrical wiring is integrated so completely into your home’s structure, it’s easy to forget sometimes that your Lehigh Valley home’s electrical system needs to be updated along with the rest of the building to stay in good repair and to keep up with current technological advances. If you live in an older building, chances […]

Upgrade Your Home Electrical System!

August 16, 2011 at 10:44 pm | Category: Electrical Tips

When was the last time you had to reset a circuit breaker in your house? Is your Allentown home more than twenty years old? Have you recently bought a home? Are you planning to purchase a major appliance? Now may be a good time to upgrade your home electrical system! For homeowners, it’s not just […]

Common Electrical Problems

August 11, 2011 at 7:43 pm | Category: Uncategorized

Are you suffering from electrical problems that you can’t seem to fix yourself? It could be one of these: Flickering lights Loose outlets Exhaust fan over your stove that is burned out or not working Rooms that are darker than they should be GFI’s (ground fault interrupters) in your kitchen or bathrooms   None of […]

Top 10 Tips For Electrical Safety At Work

August 4, 2011 at 9:30 pm | Category: Electrical Tips

Would you believe that the Health and Safety Executive, the government body responsible for ensuring that health and safety regulations are adhered to at work, receives reports of around 1000 electrical accidents at work every single year. Of this 1000, around 25 people die of injuries that they receive in said electrical accidents. The importance […]

Tips On Organizing Your Cables

August 2, 2011 at 8:23 pm | Category: Electrical Tips

Electric appliances are bound to have cables and wires. The more electric appliances you have in your home/office, the more number of cables and wires will lay spread out in your home/office. Considering the utility of these appliances, it is totally impossible to do away with any of them. But you need to be an […]

What You Need In Your House For Electrical Supplies

July 28, 2011 at 8:20 pm | Category: Electrical Tips

Every household should have all the necessary and frequently used electrical supplies that might come in handy. Just like a medical kit, electrical supplies are required to prevent the possible occurrence of safety hazards. This article will enumerate some of the commonly used supplies and materials. 1. Batteries These are very useful especially on emergency […]

Information About The Development Of Circuit Breakers

July 26, 2011 at 7:44 pm | Category: Panel Upgrades

The consumer units have changed over the last twenty years by the move from fused circuits controlling the system for the fail safe position to the introduction of the circuit breaker. The advantage is that the fused circuit when it blows a fuse needs a replacement fuse or fuse wire. This was difficult and time […]

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