Switches & Outlets
Any switch or outlet that sparks or shock when touched in the normal course of operation should be repaired or replaced immediately. Flickering lights can also mean trouble. Outlets should be located in the wall rather than in the floor. Floor plugs are subject to spills and mopping. Install ground fault circuit interrupters (GFCIs) in bathrooms and kitchens to prevent shock or fire.
Provide more flexible lighting with a dimmer. Dimmers can help you save energy and extend the life of your light bulbs. When dimming a lamp, the energy saved is as high as 98% of the proportion of unused energy.
Lighting can play an important part in security, deterring intruders whether the property is occupied or not. Low levels of illumination can be programmed to operate at night in certain rooms or hallways. When the house is vacated lighting levels can be selected that copy normal usage. This can be by time clock or by selecting a vacation mode.
Dimmed or selectively switched levels of illumination will save energy and is more effective than leaving lighting on or using simple plug in timers.
Never stumble into bad lighting again
Whether you are building a new home or renovating your current one, recessed lighting can be a key element in both function and style of the space. Use recessed lighting to highlight specific areas in a room or to accentuate decorative elements.
Security & Landscape Lighting
These days you can’t be too careful. Install motion sensor lights around the parameter of your home. Add depth to your landscaping with outdoor accent lights. Transform your backyard into a work of art and keep your family safe at the same time.
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A Few Electrical Improvements Can Really Liven Up The House
When updating a space, track and accent lighting are important details that are often forgotten. Highlighting the architecture and artistic style of your home is what gives each space personality and individuality. Track and accent lighting can be used in nearly all rooms and is one of the most inexpensive ways to transform a space. Enhance your home with the small details that make a BIG difference.
Commercial Lighting and Parking Lot Lighting Maintenance & Repair
We provide service for Parking Lots and Outdoor lighting, Commercial and Residential.
- Lamp Replacement
- Pole Lighting Service
- Bucket Truck/Lift Services
- Fully Licensed and Insured
Beat the Heat
- Ceiling and wall mounted fans are a cost-effective way of keeping cool indoors and outdoors.
- Ceiling fans use just slightly more energy than a 100-watt light bulb.
- A ceiling fan can lower the feel of a room’s temperature by 8 degrees
Benefits of an Exhaust Fan
An Exhaust Fan moves air out of an enclosure. Primarily used in kitchens and bathrooms exhaust fans are installed for ventilation. Not only do they keep the moisture levels down but exhaust fans eliminate foul or harmful smells from your home and replace them with fresh clean air.
What Is An Attic Fan?
An attic fan, sometimes called a mechanical attic ventilator or exhaust fan, is an open vent with a fan attached to it that pulls air from the home to the outside environment. It is usually connected to a switch or string that you can access from the top floor of your home. There are several benefits to having an attic fan in your home.
How it’s Beneficial
Heat rises from the bottom floor of the house on up to the attic. An attic fan helps to route that hot air up and out of the home. An attic fan is ideal if you want to avoid unnecessary humidity in your house.
Energy Efficiency and Cost Savings
Attic fans are key to maintaining an energy-efficient home. If you allow rising heat to stay in your home instead of routing it up and out, your air conditioning unit will have to work harder to keep the house cool, reducing the AC unit’s energy efficiency. An attic fan plays a part in keeping your energy bill down in hot summer months.
Ventilation of Any Fumes
Proper ventilation in your home is important in case vapors or gases are present in the air. The attic fan will help move any unwanted gas in the air out of the house more quickly, especially in cold seasons when you leave the windows of the home closed.