You’ve been hearing that you should be making energy-efficient upgrades throughout your home for a few years now, but is it actually worth it? We get this question quite frequently from homeowners across the Philadelphia area, so we’re going to provide you some actual statistics. The quick answer is, yes - it’s worth it. But find out how much you can actually save, below:
Energy efficiency is the way of the future, regardless what some in the fossil fuel industry may have you believe. Even most of said companies can’t help but acknowledge it’s necessary and not simply a trend, whether to their satisfaction or chagrin. Going green is a good thing.Read More >
You’ve locked down the electrical safety inside of your home, but have you given any thought to the outside? Take a second to think about the lights, wires and outlets in your front- or backyard. We’re going to guess you probably haven’t given them much thought in recent months, right? Well, now that spring is almost here you’ll be spending more time outdoors and safety is always a top priority!Read More >
Lumens. Watts. Bulbs. Shapes. Sizes. Colors. Considering all of these different options it’s no wonder homeowners and renters alike tend to get overwhelmed when they turn down the lighting aisle. Need to go shopping for new bulbs? It’s actually much simpler than you may have thought. See below to find out everything you need to know:Read More >
We live our busy lives and pay little attention to our home's electrical system. There are many different signs that your electrical system needs attention. If you notice any of the trouble indicators below, call a licensed electrician right away.Read More >
GEN3’s technicians have removed their fair share of dead squirrels from customers walls after the little critters chewed through a wire, but now we’re chasing a live one through our own office.
As you could probably guess from Oggi and our Office Cats Marty and Remmy, we’re all animal lovers so don’t want any harm to come to our unwelcomed guest. However, he needs to go. It started out this fall with the squirrel sneaking into the garage to rummage through our dumpster looking for food, then fleeing outside at the site of anyone. Well, the months wore on and the weather got colder. Our squirrel changed tactics and would run away deeper into the garage rather than out of it. Soon enough it decided to take up permanent residence. Who could blame it, we do have a pretty nice office.
The problem is, as cute as squirrels are outside, they can wreak havoc on your home so we need to evict the little guy before he causes too much damage. The last thing a bunch of electricians need is a squirrel chewing up our own office's wiring!Read More >