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Category Archives for Electrical Safety

What To Do If Your Circuit Breaker Keeps Tripping

There is an abundance of reasons your circuit breaker could trip in Lakeland and Plant City area. Thunderstorms charging the air with electrical currents, in older homes it could be an overloaded circuit

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A Couple Reasons Why You Should Install a Generator

With the increasing number of hurricanes and tropical storms Central Florida has experienced since 2004, it is wise to think about installing a generator. A generator will power your home through power

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Are Surge Protectors Worth the Investment?

A surge protector is an electrical device that protects vital electronics from damaging power surges and lightning strikes. You have probably seen a surge protector that looks like a power strip, but

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Steps to Deal with Wet Electrical Outlets

In Central Florida, wet is a relative term. Our high humidity penetrates most things, including electrical outlets. The question is- how wet is too wet? The answer is it depends. While humidity getting

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The Importance of Switch and Outlet Maintenance in Central Florida

The Importance of Switch & Outlet Maintenance in Central Florida

You use them every day, but do you really think about the upkeep of switches and outlets? If you don’t think about maintaining your electrical outlets and wall switches, you should. After all,

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Reasons to hire an electrician vs. a handyman

Reasons To Hire An Electrician Vs. Handyman for Electrical Repairs.

If your Lakeland home or business is in need of electrical repairs, you will need a licensed electrical contractor.  Electrical work in Central Florida must be done to code; it is highly unlikely that

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Are You Updated To Tamper Resistant Receptacles In Your Home?

Is Your Home Updated with Tamper Resistant Receptacles?

If your Lakeland home was constructed before 2008 there is a good chance that it does not have tamper-resistant (also known as childproof) receptacles. In 2008 the National Electrical Code (NEC) required

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