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Is your home more than 8 years old? Time for a safety inspection! 
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Heed These Power Surge Protection Tips from Highly Trusted Local #Electricians - First, you hear the roar of thunder. Then, you flinch from the sight of lightning bolts flickering outside your windows. In a matter of seconds, the fear of appliances blowing out from the #electricallysets in. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2x2VRDD
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Homeowners Should Call a Licensed #Electrician If They Encounter Any of These Issues - Like with many problems in your home, you might find it appealing to fix all on your own. However, with #electrical problems, the slightest mistake can result in a serious injury or future hazard to your home. You should always hire an experienced electrician, especially when it comes to fixing these problems. Read more on this article: http://bit.ly/2wHSW0p
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Get Help From An Electrician Immediately If You Spot These Problems - The consequences of improper home electrical maintenance are real. It’s best to take a more proactive approach by getting your #electricalsystem checked by professionals regularly in order to avoid them. Here are some signs that indicate you need to call an #electrician to your home as soon as possible. Read more from this article: http://bit.ly/2twWOA6
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#Electricians Recommend These 4 Tips to Reduce Electrical Consumption - Are you concerned about how much you are spending on #electrical bills every month? It’s a common cause of concern among homeowners in Easthampton, MA and other areas in Massachusetts. Fortunately, there are many steps you can take to help reduce your home’s electrical consumption. Read more from this article: http://bit.ly/2r97NhY
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#Electricians Show What to Do if Your Home Fails Electrical Inspections - Inspections are usually required for most electrical work that may need to be done in your home, especially anything that involves new installations, extensive upgrades, or rewiring. Such inspections are necessary for your own safety and in order to comply with state and federal standards and regulations. If your home fails an #electricalinspection, here’s what you’ll need to do. Read more from this article: http://bit.ly/2qdvoMP
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#Electricians Explain the 3 Types of Residential and Commercial Outlets - Building a new home or business means making several decisions, including the type of outlets you’ll use. Even if you’re only planning a remodel or doing some renovations, it’s still worth considering whether or not you have the right type of electrical outlets, especially if you are updating a home with an #electricalsystem that wasn’t originally designed to handle all of today’s energy demands. Read more from this article: http://bit.ly/2qdoaIS
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#Electricians Can Tell You When it’s Time to Replace Electrical Outlets - #Electricaloutlets typically start to show signs of wear after about 15 or 20 years. Your plugs may need attention sooner, depending on how often they’re used and the types of devices or appliances they usually power. Ignoring faulty electrical outlets may increase your risk of fire, shocks, or burns. Here’s what to look for to know when it’s time to call an electrician and have your outlets replaced. Read more from this article: http://bit.ly/2qdrTWT
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Three Uncommon Electrical Problems #Electricians Say Increase Fire Risk - #Electrical equipment failures, falling asleep while smoking, and faulty wiring are among the most common causes of house fires in the United States. But these aren’t the only potential issues that may cause a fire. It’s just as important to be aware of some of the uncommon electrical problems that may a source of potential risks in your home. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2pfUiOC
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How Your #Electrician Chooses the Right Type of Wiring for Your Home - The #electrical system in your home is made up of more than just one type of wire—it’s a complex system with many different parts, all professionally manufactured to deliver electricity to your electrical appliances and devices in the safest way possible. If you’ve ever attempted to shop for electrical wire, you may have noticed that there are so many types to choose from. Here are some of the terms you may have encountered when you went shopping. Read more from this blog: http://bit.ly/2pZ9f5W
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