Is your house 40 years old or older? Have you replaced any major appliances in the last 10 years? Did somebody own your home before you moved in? If you answered “yes” to any of these scenarios, your home could be at risk! Of what? Of old aluminum wiring that has the ability to wreak havoc.Read More >
Dusk comes early this time of year, before many of us leave our jobs. It can make it feel like the whole day got away from you while at the office. SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) has an arguably silly acronym some marketing department must be rather proud of, but it’s no joke.Read More >
Would new outlets eliminate unsightly extension cords? Do new appliances require their own outlets? How do I know if my outlets are grounded? These are just a few of the electrical questions we receive quite often on the subject of home rewiring, so we’ve decided to take a few minutes out of our busy day to answer them for you! Even if you aren’t looking for answers to these exact questions, pay attention because you might know somebody who is!Read More >
Generation 3 Electric's owner, Debbie Lutz, got a call from our answering service on a Sunday with no electricians scheduled. The call was a previous customer's difficult predicament. Their tenant, a quadriplegic, complained of the breakers constantly tripping. The Landlord is expecting that new lines will need to be run to alleviate chronic overload condition. The entire second floor was out as well as the blower motor to the furnace. Debbie reached out to several Generation 3 Electric's technicians to come in on their day off for this emergency situation. Gordon Coleman came to the rescue!Read More >
Whole-home surge protectors offer peace of mind and protection for your valuable major appliances, and pay for themselves in the event of a power surge.
Will your home be ready to withstand the next severe winter storm in Philadelphia? If you’re not taking the necessary precautions, we can assure you that you’ll be in for some serious trouble. So, the next time the forecast calls for heavy snow, wind, or ice here’s what you need to do to prepare:Read More >