4 Reasons To Upgrade Your Electrical Panel

If you have an electrical panel that is really old or is too full, you may need to upgrade your electrical panel. Upgrading your electrical panel has safety benefits and can be a good investment as well. #1 Your Electrical System Is Tripping Out Frequently Your electrical system should run seamlessly. If your electrical system is tripping out frequently, it probably needs to be replaced. For example, if your breaker is getting tripped on a regular basis, your fuses are getting blown-out on a regular basis, and your lights are flickering up and down, these are all signs that your electrical system is tripping out. Read More 

Signs You Should Replace Your Industrial Electrical Control Panel

An industrial electrical control panel plays an important role in your business. Unlike a regular electrical panel that supplies and controls the power for items such as lights and outlets, an industrial electrical control panel is responsible for providing power for things such as your overhead crane systems, conveyor systems, refrigeration systems, presses and other industrial applications that are vital to the operation of your business. Eventually, the panel will need to be replaced. Read More 

Common Residential Electrical Problems

Most people are so accustomed to having electricity in their home, they don't think twice when flipping a light switch or turning on the T.V. However, when there are electrical issues in a home, they can be quite annoying and potentially dangerous. When an electrical issue is detected, it is best to have repairs made as quickly as possible. Some of the most common residential electrical problems include: Outlet Not Working Read More 

Benefits Of Home Energy Management

A home energy management system, or HEMS, is something you might be interested in if you use an alternative energy source in your home or if you just want to make your home as energy efficient as possible. If you love working with the latest technology and are moving toward smart appliances and a smart home, then a home energy management system neatly ties everything together. An HEMS can even benefit your local utility, especially as more and more homes switch over to the technology. Read More