• April

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    Tips to Tame Your Electric Bill

    Tips to Tame Your Electric Bill

    The U.S. Department of Energy estimates that most households spend approximately $2,200 annually on utilities. Of those utilities, energy bills cost about 2.7% of your income. There are lots of ways – big and small – to cut those bills and keep more of that income from making its way to the electric company. What

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    The Early Bird Gets The Worm! Get Your Electrical Ready For Spring

    The Early Bird Gets The Worm! Get Your Electrical Ready For Spring

    Spring is right around the corner, which means now is the best time to give your home some much-needed attention. While you’re cleaning your gutters and wiping the windows, make sure you’re also taking the time to consider your electrical. Your home’s power might not be at the forefront of your mind this spring, but

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      2019
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    5 Things NOT To Do During A Power Outage

    5 Things NOT To Do During A Power Outage

    You don’t need to have a snowstorm for your power to go out. Rain, hail, or even a bad gust of wind can do the trick. Although most power outages only last a short period of time, some can last for days. Still, even the shortest power outages can put you and your family in

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    How Do I Know If My Electrical System Needs To Be Rewired?

    How Do I Know If My Electrical System Needs To Be Rewired?

    Older homes have a lot of character and architectural detail. However, they don’t always have the newest appliances or the latest updates – often, that includes electrical wiring. Historic and older homes should be rewired about every 50 years, with regular maintenance along the way. If you’re moving into an older home that needs to

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    4 Reasons To Get A Backup Generator Before Winter Hits

    4 Reasons To Get A Backup Generator Before Winter Hits

    Backup generators are great to have during the summer to keep your air conditioner running just in case of a power outage. But backup generators are also a good idea to have during the winter when the temperature starts to drop at night. If you don’t already have a backup generator, here are a few

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    How Can I Save Money on My Electric Bills This Winter?

    How Can I Save Money on My Electric Bills This Winter?

    Winter is right around the corner and it's time to start shutting the windows and turning on your heating system. While winter is filled with many happy things such as hot chocolate and warm sweaters, it's also the season where your power bills are more likely to go up. If you're wondering how to lower

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