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Fun Giveaways!!!

25 June ,2017

For the month of May we will be giving away some local gift cards. To enter all you have to do is like our Facebook page .   So check us out and keep an eye out for our contest posts throughout the month of May!!    Best of luck! Here are some of the cards so far!  We are looking for some more!    

Financing Electrical Work

25 June ,2017

New meter, new panel, whole house upgrade, finishing basement, emergency rewiring, solar power, generator, there are all sorts of work that costs a lot of money that need to be done quickly, some you can save up for, but sometimes they have to be done immediately  or on an emergency basis.   There are lots of different ways to get financing for them. We have exciting news!  We are working with David Mickelson at Banner Bank to  help get you a Home Improvement Loan quickly so you can keep

Home Electrical Inspections

25 June ,2017

How many scary stories have you heard about someone buying a house and then finding out that their electrical system is completely shot and the new home owner now has thousands of dollars of work to do to get it all fixed.   So coincidental, as I typed those first sentences I actually got a call from a lady that just signed on her house yesterday and her son got shocked today from a wire sticking out in the lawn and the snow was causing problems.  So, why are Home Electrical Inspections imp

Electrical VS Electronics, do you know the difference??

25 June ,2017

We get lots of phone calls to fix electronics.  I have noticed sometimes even people who set up search engines put electronics and electrical in the same category.  The main difference between electricity and a circuit to power products and machines, Lets see if we can help with this! Electronics:  using circuits or devices using transistors, microchips, and other components.   Examples of Electronics:    televisions, DVD players, laptops,  computers, mobile phones, iPods, iPads, came

Hiring the right Electrical Company/Electrician

25 June ,2017

We talk a lot about "make sure you hire a licensed and insured electrical company to do your work"   But do you know how or what to look for? Why should I pay more money to hire a licensed Electrician than an unlicensed Electrician?  All Electricians- Master and  Journeyman - Have a minimum of 4 years schooling and on the job training and then they have to qualify and test with the state before the board approves them to be a licensed journeyman then another 3 years minimum before they