Distinctions Of Electricians?

So maybe you've started looking for an electrician, like one from ATT Electric Ltd, to do some work around the house, and they mention that they are a journeyman electrician. Or perhaps you mention to a friend that you need some wiring done on the house, and they tell you they are an apprentice electrician. What does it all mean? Does it matter who you have work on your house? This article seeks to give you all the answers on the designations of electricians.   Read More...

Let There Be Light: What You Should Know About Dimmer Switches

A dimmer switch is both an easy and affordable option for the lighting of your home. If you are still unsure of whether or not you want a dimmer switch in your home, it can help to take time to learn a little more about them such as ideal rooms to put them in and some of their benefits. When someone thinks about installing a dimmer switch, an entryway or dining room tend to be the first rooms that come to mind.   Read More...

Garage Conversion: Do You Need An Electrician?

If you're a do-it-yourselfer, you might be looking forward to converting your garage into an office, guest bedroom or den. The job might seem simple enough: Lay down some flooring, decide what you want to do about the garage door, put up drywall and insulation, and start decorating. While you might be able to do the bulk of the work yourself, there are some parts of a garage conversion that might require the expertise of an electrical contractor.   Read More...

Portable Generator 101: 5 Helpful Tips To Keep You Safe

Portable generators are a handy tool for those situations where you need power. When operated correctly, generators are very safe. Here are five helpful tips to keep you safe while using a generator: 1. Keep Generator Outdoors When In Use A generator should never be used indoors because it emits deadly fumes and gas. Most generators release carbon monoxide into the air. This gas is undetectable and if breathed in for too long, it can cause death.   Read More...

No More Ramen: A College Student's Guide To Saving Money On The Power Bill

It's a month after you moved into your first college apartment. You've finally gotten the posters on the wall, everything unpacked and then you open up your first electric bill. Odds are, it is more than you were expecting. Thankfully, a few small changes can help you to save a lot of money. It's Getting Drafty in Here Leaking air is a little like a ghost: you can't see it, but it can cause trouble.   Read More...