Identifying Electrical Problems Around The House

How to Stay Safe If You See a Downed Power Line

Whether you've been driving during a thunderstorm or whether you went out after the storm was over, you need to be very cautious if you see a power line down. You should never drive over the power line under any circumstances, of course, but what should you do? Here are some guidelines that will help keep you safe in this situation. Stay in your car If doing so isn't likely to cause you immediate injury, remain in your car and simply drive the other way. Read More 

Water Pressure Diminished In Certain Parts Of Your Home? Learn How To Fix It

If you are experiencing low water pressure throughout your entire home, it is a reason to be very concerned. You could have a leak somewhere in the system that is causing the water pressure to be low in every faucet that you have. However, isolated issues of low water pressure are much less of a concern. The issue is something that you can most likely fix on your own, without having to call a plumber. Read More 

Three Hypothetical Instances Where Generators Reign Supreme

Generators are not usually an item you run out and buy or stock up on. They are typically meant for certain situations, such as powering a cabin in the woods. However, there are three hypothetical situations where generators reign supreme, and if you were to ever find yourself in any of these situations, having a generator stashed in the basement or garage could possibly make it the best day ever for you. Read More 

How To Switch To A Surge Protected Outlet To Power A Wireless Battery Charger

A wireless charger for your cell phone eliminates the need for cumbersome cables and provides a fast charge. However, if your phone is in contact with the wireless charger, it can still experience the same amount of damage from as power surge as if it were hard wired to the charger. While you can use a surge protected power strip to protect your phone from surges, these strips are more cumbersome and unsightly than phone charger cables and gather more dust than a vacuum cleaner. Read More 

Want To Set Up Gaming Computers For Your Family? Get An Electrician To Help

Moving into a new home requires you to set everything up how you want to before you can get comfortable. If you, your spouse, and your kids are all interested in PC gaming, getting this set up may be a top priority. So, you may want computers all through the house or concentrated in a single room. Before doing this on your own, you should hire an electrician to help you enjoy professional execution. Read More