How Can I Tell If My Older Home Needs A Panel Upgrade?

Panel upgrades can prevent circuit overloads and electrical fires, saving your family and property from true devastation. However, not all older panels need to be upgraded. Some panels, while old, still supply the appropriate amperage for the needs of the homeowners. Knowing how to determine whether or not your electrical panel is overloaded or needs replacement for other reasons will help ensure the safety of your family and property and that your home has what it needs to continue running properly. Read More 

How To Tell If You Need To Upgrade Your Electrical Panel

Electrical panels are the main source of storage, protection, and transmission for the electrical system in your home. By law, they are required to be up to code, according to the state or locality in which you live. However, most homeowners don't regularly check the electrical codes for a building and might go longer than is recommended without upgrading their electrical panel. Here are some signs that you need to upgrade your electrical panel as soon as possible. Read More 

Lighting Options In A Tiny Home

Tiny homes, a term loosely applied to any house that's less than 500 square feet or so, have different lighting needs than a larger house. Some tiny homes are built on wheeled trailers, while others are fixed in place. Both types depend on lighting to highlight the space in a way that makes it seem spacious and welcoming. Tip #1: Find Space-Saving Options Chances are, you don't want to give up your limited space inside a tiny house to table or floor lamps. Read More 

Are Your Electronics Breaking Constantly? Check House Wiring

If every single electronic device in your home seems to burn out completely or turn on and off while connected to wall outlets, you need to consider electrical failure within your building. Whether due to old wiring, improper installation or damage during construction or natural disasters, you may need an electrical services professional to rework your electrical layout. Consider a few electrical failure points and some upgrade opportunities as you plan for electrical repair. Read More 

3 Key Supplies When Converting Baseboard Heat To Floor Heat

If you have an older home, there's a good chance you receive your heating from a water heater that's then routed through unsightly baseboards. Luckily, it's possible to reroute that heat to underneath the floor so that you can remove the baseboard heat. The project involves quite a bit of do-it-yourself experience and a lot can go wrong. If you have no experience, leave this up to floor heating professionals. Read More