It’s hot in here! South Florida residents live in paradise which also exposes them to extremely hot temperatures throughout the year. Homeowners often wonder how to stay cool and keep their electric bill as low as possible. There is an ongoing debate whether it’s more efficient to run the air condit...

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The U.S. Census Bureau has reported that more than half of homes were constructed during or before the 1970’s. This means there’s a possibility your electrical panel might not be able to handle today’s electrical conveniences. Most homes today have a television in every room, computers, stereos, vid...

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The holiday season is approaching and one of the most used items is up for debate, the famous extension cord. Homeowners throughout the United States use extension cords on a regular basis in their homes. They often use it to plug in lamps and other devices. Unfortunately, if extension cords are ove...

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There comes a time when homeowners will experience dealing with faulty or frayed wiring. Frayed wires usually are the result of a small rodent chewing on them and causing damage. Frayed wires can be a cause for alarm because it has the potential of leading to a fire. If you have frayed wires you sho...

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Homeowners take pride in caring for their yard and landscaping. Yards that contain large trees often grow close to power lines. This can be a dangerous situation for homeowners. Generally, the idea is to trim the trees so it doesn’t interfere with power lines. However, this is actually very dangerou...

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The central intelligence of your home is the electrical service panel, also known as the breaker box or control panel. It contains circuit breakers that act as the systems main safety device. The service panel delivers the electrical current from the power company to the circuits running within your...

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Congratulations! You just bought a big screen TV and now it’s time to take it out of the box and set it up. Big screen televisions are designed to hang on the wall. This concept creates a modern look and saves space in the room. In the past, televisions had to sit on a table or stand, now it’s a dif...

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Homeowners that are not familiar with electric outlets are concerned when they hear they need to have a GFCI installed. Not knowing what it is can cause unnecessary stress and fear. A GFCI, also known as ground fault circuit interrupter, is a protection device installed in homes throughout the Unite...

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Hairdryers are an essential tool used on a daily basis in households across the United States. In today’s world, there are many electrical conveniences that can cause a circuit breaker to trip. But, hairdryers seem to be the culprit most of the time. Homeowners often wonder if it is the hairdryer or...

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Circuit breakers that trip and don’t turn back on or reset is a common issue in households. The circuit breaker is created to measure amperage and limit the current when necessary. This means a breaker will suddenly trip when a high flow of current is present. This is also known as a short circuit....

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