In part one, we left you with this cliffhanger: “A cost-benefit analysis is only one factor for finding out if solar power is right for you. If you want to know for sure, there are still a few more things you’ll want to consider.” We know you're waiting with bated breath, so we’ll get right into
Let's find out if it's about time you put that giant ball of gas to work for you. No, not your obnoxious uncle who chews beans with his mouth full. We're talking about the sun. The sun generates a lot of energy. How much, you ask? A LOT, we reply. Ok, honestly, We'll share the numbers, but they are
Some folks take a shower before work, others clean up after. If you think the worker who gets their hands dirty is an "unskilled laborer," you don't know what it takes to be an electrician. Come on. Just look at the training. And, we're hiring! Becoming an Electrician The path to becoming
The bad news: in 2017, there were over 1,319,500 fires caused by electrical problems. These fires resulted in 3,400 deaths, 14,670 injuries, and $23 billion in damages. The good news: if you keep an eye out for the warning signs, you can prevent these kinds of fires. What kind of warning signs?
To Be Safe, Follow The Code If you read The National Electrical Safety Code blog you learned that the NESC sets a safety standard for installing, operating, and maintaining electrical power and communication utility systems. The NESC covers how to properly maintain power substations, power and
The National Electrical Safety Code (NESC) is the US standard for the safe installation, operation, and maintenance of electric power and communication utility systems. It covers how to properly install and utilize power substations and power overhead and underground lines. With that kind of
You park in a lit parking lot. You walk into the grocery store through doors that open automatically. Large LED lights hang from the ceiling throughout the store. You pull some of the food you’re buying out of freezers or refrigerators. When you check out, you put that food on a moving conveyor
Part one of our blog on dimmer switches covered what they do and why you should consider installing them. We spent so much time gushing about the virtues of the dimmer, in fact, that we didn’t have the space to actually teach you how to install one. Yeah, we know, it’s classic. That’s why we