A surge protector is an appliance that protects electrical devices from the voltage spikes power surges create. Even small power surges can inflict damage on your electrical fixtures over time. Installing a surge protector is an easy and relatively inexpensive way to keep your electronic devices
Flickering lights in your home can be a sign of an issue with the lights themselves or with the electrical system as a whole. They could happen because of changes in voltage, loose connections, the wrong type of lightbulb, and more. Just because the lights are flickering in your home doesn’t
A Nest Thermostat is a programmable, electronic, Wi-Fi-enabled thermostat. This smart thermostat optimizes the heating and cooling of your house to conserve energy and will even go into power-saving mode when it detects you’re not home. Remember when smart houses were a thing of the future?
At EarlyBird Electric, the health and safety of our customers and employees is our top priority. Since some of the electrical services we provide can be mission-critical, we will continue to remain open 24/7. Hear our segment on MyTalk. We are an essential business open 24/7 for
If your smoke alarm has been around for over 10 years, is overly sensitive, or continues to beep even after the batteries have been changed, it’s time to replace the device. Staying up to date with your smoke alarms is crucial in keeping your home safe. When your smoke detector beeps, that
USB outlets are small and accommodating wall sockets that carry power as well as data. These outlets are universal, making them compatible with smart grids and solar power. USB outlets are sleek and help save space because there’s no need for clunky adapters. Almost everyone has a
An electronic device plugged directly into an outlet is susceptible to serious damage. Protect your gadgets from power strikes and surges by using a surge protector—they’re inexpensive and easy to use. They’re beneficial in the long run, too. Surge protectors help extend the lifespan of your
Christmas lights can be beautiful! They can also be notoriously frustrating. You’ll buy a string of lights, throw them on your tree one year, then put them in a box for a year. During that year, you don’t move them, use them, or even look at them. And yet, when next Christmas rolls around, the