The North Bay can experience a number severe storm conditions including, heavy rain, flooding, electrical storms, and even earthquakes. Protect your home with these eight electrical safety tips for Sonoma, Marin, and Napa County residents.
During the inspection, all aspects of your home’s electrical system will be examined, inside and out. In addition, throughout the inspection, your electrician will check for possible electrical safety hazards, such as improper use of extension cords, electrical code violations, and overloaded outlets and circuits.
Ensuring your circuit breaker is in good working order can save homes and lives. So, how do you know if you have a bad circuit breaker? Learn four common signs that your circuit breaker needs to be replaced.
Learn how many smoke detectors and carbon monoxide alarms you should have in your home, where to put them, and how to make sure they always work properly.
Proper outdoor lighting can improve the safety and security of your home, property, and family. This article will explore the best ways to illuminate your outdoor spaces for ultimate safety and security.
Here in the North Bay, PG&E Public Safety Power Shutoffs have become commonplace, especially during fire season. With a little preparation, life can carry on without much disruption during these public safety events.
Help ensure your family and guests can safely enjoy a luxurious soak, refreshing swim, or a fun game of Marco Polo by following these spa and swimming pool electrical safety tips.
You might be wondering if installing a ceiling fan in your home will be an energy-efficient solution. The short answer is yes, ceiling fans are a great energy-efficient cooling option for your home! For the long answer, plus tips on how to get the most energy saving using ceiling fans in your home, read on!
Although they have become a standard fixture among households all over the country, air conditioners are more complex than they seem. Indeed, as with many electrical devices, they are governed by their own unique sets of guidelines and specifications. Therefore, if you don’t fully understand…
Reducing the risk of a possible electrical fire starts with knowing what to look for in your home. This article highlights some of the most common causes of electrical fires in homes and what you can do to prevent them.