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September 27, 2016 | by Michael Meadows
As winter approaches everyone spends more time indoors. Shorter daylight hours and longer nights, colder weather and demands on heating all add strain to the electrical infrastructure in your home or business. Before that time comes, we want to help you be prepared. Make sure your home
August 16, 2016 | by Susan Olson
Ever wondered what the difference is between a blackout, brownout or power surge? What do they do? Which is worse and how do you prepare for them? Blackouts A blackout occurs when there’s a complete loss of power in a service area that affects many electricity users.
July 11, 2016 | by Susan Olson
Your home is your haven. According to the United States Fire Administration, in 2014, 10.4% of residential fires were caused by electrical malfunctions or appliances. With these 12 tips, you can practice electrical safety in your home, keeping you and your family safe. Fix or throw away
June 20, 2016 | by Susan Olson
12 Questions to Ask Yourself When Building An Outdoor Kitchen Are you considering building an outdoor kitchen? An outdoor kitchen is a great way to expand your home this summer without the cost of extending walls and roof lines. Install a new outdoor kitchen and take the indoors outside
June 01, 2016 | by Mikala Kennell
6 Ideas for Landscape Lighting in Maryland The Maryland seasons can be extreme, but when summer finally comes around, one thing is for sure – backyard get-togethers are a must. Whether you’re having over friends, family, or neighbors, make sure your backyard is dressed for