Electrical Safety Tag

Electrical Meter Upgrade 100 amp or 200 amp  These come with different cost. We evaluate your home and needs to see if you will need to upgrade but most of the time you don't need to incur the added cost to upgrade to a 200 amp service. Most homes...

Portable Electric Heaters / General Electrical Safety Some things to make sure of -  First - Have and check the required smoke detectors as well as the CO / Carbon Monoxide Smoke Detectors. Second -  Use your Electrical circuits correctly just because you can doesn't mean you should....

Well I came across another burnt up wire today.  This was to a dryer it appears durning construction the electrician didn't tighten the terminal down enough and over time it became loose.   When this happens corrosion will build up and over time this will...

I was recently at a Customers home as we where headed through to look at anther project I noticed his kitchen lighting it was a little bit different. He had installed a set of offset metal wall art hanging under the existing fixture now in this...

Lets talk safety again, can you see a problem in these photos? The problem is there is no clearance for the Electricians to work on the meter.   What happens if the meter starts sparking?  Oh my goodness, then you have your AC unit on...

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...

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...

I decided to do a post on the most common electrical questions.  Lets see if we can help you with any of your questions. 1.) I want to install a fan, but why do I have to change my light box to a fan rated box? A...

Did you know that . . . . . . to continue being licensed, in the State of Utah, Electricians have to take 8 hours continuing education every year - 16 every 2 years, and prove it to renew their licenses.  Handyman and unlicensed electricians,...