When making repair or replacement choices, the first thing you should take into account is the age of your system. When your heating unit breaks down in the dead of winter, you may be tempted to find the immediate, and less expensive, repair route.
If your home is working off of an older electrical panel, there’s a huge risk of overloading, which means there’s a electrical need then your panel can’t provide. This can be a major fire hazard which, of course, could prove dangerous for your home and your family.
Here are the cold, hard facts. If you choose to keep your thermostat at 68 degrees during the day, and just about 62 degrees in the evening, you can give your heating system a break AND save up to 50% of your monthly utility bill.
Although there could be several causes, the most likely are that you’ve got an overly large electrical load operating on that outlet, undersized wiring or a loose electrical splice.
Air duct cleanings, improving your indoor air quality and helping your home run more efficiently!
From putting protective covers over their outlets, to being sure they have backup circuits on hand, they know their stuff! But what about the little things? Things that could pose electrical safety dangers that you might not consider. We’ve got a list of things you’ll need to keep on eye out for if you consider yourself a safety guru like us!