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Your Home Rewire Is Complete, What's Next?

By Dottie Robbins | Nov 1, 2017 10:15:00 AM

Once your home rewire is complete, or more than 90% complete, it is time to order a Final Inspection. In some cases, we have already ordered a rough inspection toward the end of the rewire, in others, we left a couple holes unpatched for the inspectors for final inspection approval. 

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Power Service Equipment: Who Pays for What?

By Dottie Robbins | Sep 26, 2017 10:00:00 AM

Ever wonder who pays to replace the electrical service equipment that delivers power into your home? You know that you are responsible for your interior wiring, but the outside lines and equipment too?

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Don't Leave Your Major Appliances Vulnerable. Surge to Their Protection!

By Walter Morgynski | Jan 20, 2017 10:00:00 AM

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.

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Electrician Holiday Fun

By Dottie Robbins | Dec 19, 2016 10:00:00 AM

We decided to have some fun at the Gen3 Office this year. We decorated our Christmas Tree with some electrical devices and even created a topper with an Edison bulb and a star made from copper wire! We just couldn't help ourselves....hung a couple outlets and copper concoctions too!

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The Fuses Under The Stairs

By Walter Morgynski | Oct 23, 2016 10:00:00 AM

Many older Philadelphia homes may still have fuse boxes rather than circuit panels. Fuse boxes stopped being installed in the 1960, meaning if your home has one your service is likely 50 years or older. It’s highly recommended that your electrical service be replaced every 30 years, and if you have a fuse box that suggests your home is far overdue.

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