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Nation Tech Electrician wish Everyone Merry Christmas And Happy New Year.
We hope that you all have a Safe and a great season 
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safety advice

1) Inspect your interior smoke detectors

Check for smoke detectors in your bedrooms & hallways

Check to make sure they work

2) Inspect your garage, attic, and crawl space areas

Check for exposed wiring
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ELECTRICAL SAFETY TIPS

U.S. fire departments responded to an estimated annual average of 47,820 reported home structure fires involving electrical failure or malfunction in 2007-2011. These fires resulted in 455 civilian deaths, 1,518 civilian injuries and $1.5 billion in direct property damage. 

• Replace or repair damaged or loose electrical cords.
• Avoid running extension cords across doorways or under carpets.
• In homes with small children, make sure your home has tamper-resistant (TR) receptacles.
• Consider having additional circuits or outlets added by a QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN  so you do not have to use extension cords.
• Follow the manufacturer's instructions for plugging an APPLIANCE  into a receptacle outlet.
• Avoid overloading outlets. Plug only one high-wattage appliance into each receptacle outlet at a time.
• If outlets or switches feel warm, frequent problems with blowing fuses or tripping circuits, or flickering or dimming lights, call a 
• QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN .
• Place lamps on level surfaces, away from things that can burn and use bulbs that MATCH  the lamp's recommended wattage.
• Make sure your home has ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs) in the KITCHEN BATHROOM (s), laundry, basement, and outdoor areas.
• Arc-fault circuit interrupters (AFCIs) should be INSTALLED  in your home to protect electrical outlets.
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Electricity Safety at Home

Check electric cords often for damage. Have damaged cords repaired right away. Worn cords can cause shock, short circuit or fire.
Pull the plastic housing of the electric plug to take it out of the wall socket; never pull on the cord.
Do not overload electric outlets with too many items plugged in at once.
Water and electricity do not mix. Do not operate electric appliances such as radios or hair dryers near a bathtub or sink full of water.
Never stick your fingers, toys or anything except electric plugs into electric outlets.
Unplug any appliance that emits sparks or that does not work properly.
Always unplug an appliance before cleaning or repairing it.
Always unplug the toaster or other appliance when removing a piece of stuck food.
Remember that a turned-off appliance is still connected to electricity until it is unplugged.
Limit use of extension cords. Make sure the cord is the appropriate size for use. Some appliances or equipment require heavy-duty cords.
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