Electrical Maintenance You Should Have Done on Your Rental Home

Posted on: 12 August 2020

Your rental home should always be safe and ready for the next tenants. Whether you rent by the month or you have your renters sign leases, the home you have available should have regular electrical repair and electrical maintenance done on the property. Here are things you should do to maintain your rental home and ensure that all electrical needs are met. Have outlets replaced when they are loose If your renters have been complaining about loose electrical outlets or have been saying that cords easily come unplugged, call your electrician to have the outlets looked at.
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4 Ways To Stay Safe When Using A Space Heater In Your Home

Posted on: 25 October 2019

Sometimes, a central heating system just doesn't cut it when it comes to providing the necessary heat to keep your space warm. In the winter months, sometimes the use of a space heater is necessary in order to keep everyone warm. Although space heaters can help keep everyone warm, they can also present a safety hazard as well if you don't know how to safely use a space heater.  1. Only Use a Certified Heater 
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4 Types of Electrical Light Switches You May Want Installed

Posted on: 1 March 2019

When installing electrical light switches in your home, the first thing you need to do is find a good electrician. The right electrician will be able to manage all the wiring and ensure that your light switches function effectively and safely. The second thing you need to do is decide which types of light switches will best suit your needs. You may even end up using more than one type of switch in different parts of your home.
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Shocked By Rising Electricity Costs? Here's How A Home Energy Management System Helps You Reduce Your Monthly Energy Bill

Posted on: 7 May 2018

Home energy management systems are a recent entry into the smart home market – they allow you to monitor your home's energy usage and control your home's appliances remotely or set them on a schedule. The data that a home energy management system gives you about your electricity usage allows you to change your appliance usage habits to save electricity. Also, remotely controlling your lights and your thermostat will enable you to turn them off when you're not using them.
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