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A Tree Ripped Down the Electrical Service

By Dottie Robbins | Sep 17, 2016 10:00:00 AM

When a tree falls and rips down your electeical service, it is not such a great day. Recently, a car hit a tree and knocked down one of our clienrts' electrical service. The utility company, PECO, immediately shuts off the power until a licensed, insured electrician applies for a permit and repairs/replaces the service cables and connections.

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6 Reasons To Install GFCI Outlets

By Bill Lutz | Jun 15, 2016 4:21:23 PM

Take a look around the outside of your house. How many electrical outlets can you find? We’re going to take a guess that there’s at least a few, in places like the garage, the pool area and the back deck, right? What most homeowners probably don’t realize is that outdoor outlets are different than the ones inside and for a great reason - to keep you and your family protected.

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Replace Your Outdoor Bulbs With LEDs

By Bill Lutz | Jun 7, 2016 1:58:40 PM

How much money are you spending each year on electric bills? It’s probably way more than you care to spend, right? Well, along with unplugging your devices while they’re not in use and turning off the lights when you leave the room, there’s another major energy saving trend you should be following. It’s time to take those old bulbs out of your exterior light fixtures and replace them with LEDs. Why? Find out below:

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3 Questions To Ask When It Comes To Exterior Wiring

By Bill Lutz | Jun 1, 2016 4:40:24 PM

Need to power an outdoor outlet? Need electricity for landscaping? Need lights near the front door or back deck for safety and security? Then you’re going to need exterior wiring and there are some questions you should ask before thinking about tackling the project.

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Extension Cord Safety

By Bill Lutz | May 19, 2016 1:17:08 PM

It’s that time of year again where homeowners across the Philadelphia area are spending more time outdoors getting the yard ready for warmer temperatures. And as we trim back the shrubs, mow the lawn and make sure exterior lights are working properly, chances are we’re using extension cords at some point in the process.

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