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Major Remodel – Upgrade Your Electrical Service!

July 29, 2011 at 4:34 pm | Category: Electrical Panel Upgrades

If you are contemplating a major remodel, the addition of a room or garage, or a new kitchen you should consider upgrading your Atlanta electrical panel. Thirty years ago, the average new home was equipped with a 60 amp electrical service connected to a screw-in fuse panel with two fuse blocks. The common distribution was […]


Commercial Electric Lighting

July 29, 2011 at 4:32 pm | Category: Commercial Electric

Every business at some point in time will find the need to add or replace their lighting system. When it comes time for a new or updated system of Atlanta commercial electric lighting, you will want to find lights that offer a combination of a low initial investment with the lowest operating costs possible. You […]


Ten Ways To Cut Your Electric Bill

July 29, 2011 at 4:24 pm | Category: Residential Electric

One of the major concerns in the world today is depletion of energy. As concerned citizens all of us must make a concerted effort to be conscious citizens and save electricity. Electricity has become integral to life but imagine having to live without power. Conservation of electricity benefits you personally as you will pay lower […]


Should You Get An Electrical Inspection?

July 29, 2011 at 4:19 pm | Category: Residential Electric

You know that when buying a home, a property inspection is vital. But what about an electrical inspection? According to the Electrical Safety Foundation International, a separate and comprehensive electrical inspection is necessary in many home purchases. The Foundation is a nonprofit organization that promotes electrical safety. They recommend that any Georgia home that is […]


What You Should Know About Lighting Safety

July 29, 2011 at 4:14 pm | Category: Surge Protection

Lightning can travel from outside your Atlanta home to inside your home-and to you-through materials that conduct electricity, including electrical wiring, phone lines, water, and plumbing. These safety guidelines from your trusted Atlanta surge protection contractor will help minimize your risk. When you first hear thunder, it’s time to take precautions indoors. If you’re inside […]

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