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Lighting up the park. Even though this Pinellas Park home is well lit at night with the LED street lights, we chose to use low voltage lighting to accent the focal points in this garden. The low voltage lighting warms up the garden which was needed because the LED street lights cast a harsh (cold) light. Garden work done by Island Bamboo Garden. http://ow.ly/i/poT61
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Future electrician. Blake is the son of Brian, who is the lead technician at AAES. Blake is sporting one of AAES's new hats - he is keeping it hip (leaving the tags on).
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Lighting can be fun and functional. This fixture was installed in a client's home.
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The tale of two cords. The device on the left has the outlet located below it, so you can see the power cord. The device on the right has the outlet mounted behind it so the power cord vanishes. If you have a cord you would like to see vanish, give us a call and we can move that outlet.
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2016-09-07
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The rain is upon us and the forecast calls for conditions to continue over the next several days. Duke Energy does a great job with the link below to keep its customers up to date on outages. The link has information on reporting outages, obtaining updates on outages and storm information.

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How do we get to those wires? This is a common question when talking to homeowners about rewiring a home. The photos show how we gain access to the old wires and install new wires. Once the electric is complete, the drywall and paint is restored.
Why would a homeowner go through expense? Older homes sometimes have aluminum wiring which is a fire hazard and make the house not insurable. http://ow.ly/i/mmj7d
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Its great how everyone at AAES is a team player. Erik, our leader, is out today attending a two day CE at Electrical Council of Florida. Chickpea has stepped up and taken his place in the office. The only thing Chickpea is leading is the snooze line. I'm not sure what her agenda is for today beside keeping Erik's seat warm and it looks like she has that covered.
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This flock of Ibis was commuting in front of the office this morning. Why walk when you can fly? The crews of AAES would like to be flying this morning instead of driving to north Tampa. Kudos to Brian, Chris and John for being the early birds.
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Electricians love to look at all things electrical. On a recent visit to the Jersey Shore Erik spotted this awesome post light. The picture does not do it justice. What a great mix of dark and light. Gargoyles are often thought of as monstrous, but these gargoyles are bringing the light. Magnificent!
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Protection is key. This is a photo of an AC disconnect that was saved by a surge protection device. The lightning hit the ground nearby and the disconnect would have been damaged but the surge protection device did its job. The device took the wrath of the lightning and spared the disconnect and the electrical system.
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