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Knob and Tube Wire

Knob and Tube Wire

Many houses constructed pre 1950’s have what is called knob and tube wiring. One can determine if you have this type of wiring in your home, by closely looking at basement joists or attic rafters. To determine if your home is wired ” knob and tube”, look for ceramic knobs or tubes in which the wire gets attached to, or…

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Outdated Equipment

Outdated Equipment

PanelsIf you have any of these panels in your home call and licensed electrical contractor Problems Outdated Electrical Panels Present Older homes with outdated electrical panels can’t handle the electrical needs of today’s current society. In the past, 60-amp service was considered more than enough. Today, people’s power requirements are much greater.Among a variety of older panels, there are two distinct…

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Early Detection ( Smoke Detector)

Early Detection ( Smoke Detector)

KEEP YOUR HOME SAFE! Install a smoke detector in every bedroom of your home and Carbon Detector in the hall that leads to bedrooms, and make sure there is at least one on each floor of your home, even in your basement. You should usually avoid putting a smoke detector in an unheated attic and garage.Interconnect all of your smoke…

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Wet Locations? (GFCI)

Wet Locations?  (GFCI)

Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter  (GFCI) Shall be Install In any wet or damp location. This includes bathrooms, kitchen,basement or outdoors any where the N.E.C. ALLOWES. What is a ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) anyway? A “ground-fault” is an unintentional flow of electricity between a source of electrical current and a grounded surface. Without protection, electrical shock can occur if a…

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Is My Home Safe

Is My Home Safe

Residential electrical fires occur around 70,000 times a year. A significant portion of these fires can be attributed to arc faults. An arc fault is the flow of electricity over an unintended path. These arcs can exceed temperatures of 10,000° F and easily ignite combustible materials in the home. AFCIs are devices that protect your home by detecting dangerous arcs…

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