3 Things You Should Know About GFI Outlets

February 18, 2019 Professional Electric Blog 0

Ground faults happen when the electricity in your wiring doesn’t stay there, but finds another, faster way to the ground. If a person happens to be between the power and that ground, it can be deadly. Approximately 200 people in the United States are killed in ground fault accidents every year. In order to mitigate… Read more

3 Examples of Under the Cabinet Lighting and How it Changes Your Kitchen

February 18, 2019 Professional Electric Blog 0

We all know that lighting illuminates areas that you need to see. Did you know that with a little creativity and inspiration, lighting can also aide in the creation of space? Everyone could use a little extra space in the kitchen! Cabinet lights are one of the newest lighting trends. Innovative kitchen lighting is stylish,… Read more

Back to School Special: 3 Reasons to Become an Electrician

February 18, 2019 Professional Electric Blog 0

As the world moves forward in the realm of technology, more and more jobs are needed to aid in managing this growing demand. From electricians to IT specialists, the career path is flowing with jobs for people that can help keep up with the required increase in service needed to keep everything powered on at… Read more

5 Things You Should Ask Your Electrician Before Hiring Them (And How They Should Answer)

February 18, 2019 Professional Electric Blog 0

Living in the South, you know more than anyone how important it is to have reliable electricity. With the high levels of humidity and abundant heat, knowing you can count on your HVAC system is simply a necessity. If those uncomfortable conditions creep into your home, you can only imagine how frustrating it would be… Read more

WHAT SHOULD I KNOW ABOUT THE WIRING IN MY NEW HOUSE?

February 18, 2019 Professional Electric Blog 0

Congratulations on your new home! Unless you were on the building site every day, watching your home go from an empty lot to a beautiful, finished home, there are some things you probably missed. And even if you watched your home construction, there were many things going on at once. What you did see may… Read more

7 THINGS TO CHECK FOR ELECTRICAL SAFETY AT HOME

February 18, 2019 Professional Electric Blog 0

If you ask ten people what their biggest fears are, eight would list fire in the top three. It is always a huge concern. Knowing what to look for in your home to keep it safe gives peace of mind. Here are a few items that are easy to observe, and your prompt attention to… Read more

7 SURPRISING BENEFITS OF LED LIGHTING FOR YOUR BUSINESS

February 18, 2019 Professional Electric Blog 0

As LED lighting increases in popularity, several important facts have “come to light.” As more people install these bulbs in offices, shops, and warehouses, new findings are showing great promise for these bulbs. Some of these discoveries may surprise you, and all of these benefits will interest you. ENERGY COSTS will decrease with LED lighting.… Read more

WHAT IS INSIDE YOUR ELECTRICAL OUTLETS?

February 18, 2019 Professional Electric Blog 0

There are many different kinds of outlets. Within the confines of your house, you may find four or five different styles out outlets. In some areas of the house, near sinks and in basements and garages you may see GFCI’s. Behind the dryer and stove, you will see another kind of plug-in. What actually lurks… Read more

4 REASONS TO INSTALL UNDER-CABINET LIGHTING

February 18, 2019 Professional Electric Blog 0

One of the easiest additions to make when upgrading your kitchen is under-cabinet lights. Affordable, versatile, efficient, and easy to install, this upgrade makes good sense in many ways. Today, there are many forms of lighting available, and you can find exactly what you are searching for. Strip lighting will illuminate a large area. Puck… Read more

How To Save Money on Your Electric Bill in The Winter From Professional Electric

February 18, 2019 Professional Electric Blog 0

As the sun goes down on those long cold winter nights, up goes the thermostat to hold back the night chill. The colder months can be the most expensive time of the year for your family. With your children out of school for the holidays, large family gatherings, extravagant holiday lighting and decorations, cooking and… Read more