9/8/2021 6:00 AM
Homeowners often think that when they go into “DIY” mode on their home, that it is actually going to save them money. This is can sometimes be the case, but not always, especially when it comes to electrical work. DIY just seems much simpler than calling and scheduling for a professional to come out and fix it and taking the time out of your day to be there with them while it is fixed, but in the long run it might turn out to be worth the hassle.Read More
8/4/2021 11:26 AM
Summer seems like it is flying by! August is a popular month for summer vacations. When homeowners leave for a vacation, they are making sure their lights are turned off and their doors are locked, however, there is more homeowners can do to prepare their home for vacation.
6/23/2021 11:21 AM
When looking at surge protector vs power strip, you may think that these two things are similar. Well, you’re not wrong! However, there are a few differences between the two.Read More
6/2/2021 10:45 AM
As we have seen in previous years, even the smallest thunderstorms could leave your home without power for an extended period of time. Learn why all Midwest homeowners should consider getting a backup home generator!Read More
5/19/2021 11:20 AM
From changing your daily routine or being more aware of your home’s energy, there are many ways in which homeowners can make a difference. In this blog, we will discuss what devices you should be unplugging at home to conserve your home’s energy usage!
12/2/2020 12:25 PM
The holiday season is here, which means Christmas lights, trees and other holiday decorations have been taken out of storage and placed in homes everywhere. Many of these decorations use a lot of electricity, which can increase your energy bill as well as increase the risk of electrical accidents and home fires.
5/20/2020 10:49 AM
It’s important as homeowners to take proper precautions to ensure your home and family are safe during times of severe weather. Whether it’s flooding, tornadoes or hail, preparing now can help prevent bigger problems from happening in the future.
1/10/2020 10:23 AM
With electrical systems comes potential danger. You probably remember growing up watching commercials about electrical safety with messages such as; “don’t put your fingers in the wall outlet.”Whether it’s faulty wiring or an overload of power outlets, electrical systems can lead to dangerous situations, including fires.