Ever been asked if you got dressed in the dark? We sure hope not. If you have, it probably means that you’re not looking your best - maybe your clothes don’t match or maybe your shirt is inside out! But we’ve got the perfect solution so that you’ll never be asked that question again, or at least so you can say “no” with confidence. (We can’t guarantee that your clothes are always going to match, though. That part is up to you.)Read More >
Imagine living through a Philadelphia summer without air conditioning. Hard to think about, right? Although our homes are filled with hundreds of electronic devices, most of us would agree that the air conditioner is the most important to us during the summertime. But why do the lights dim every time it kicks on?Read More >
A few dollars here, a few dollars there and before you know it, your energy bills are through the roof. Even though energy-efficient technology has made its way to the forefront over the last decade or so, homeowners often make costly mistakes. Lighting up your home with the wrong bulbs, for example, is a common flaw that can easily be fixed. See below to find out how you can save money on home lighting:Read More >
Whether you’re doing yard work this summer or we get hit with a strong storm that wipes out power, portable generators can really come in handy. Not only can they provide power to your garden tools, they can help you get through a storm while your friends and neighbors are left in the dark. But before you fire yours up, there are some safety tips you MUST know:Read More >
Picture this: it’s raining cats and dogs outside, you see flashes of lightning out your window and hear the roar of thunder every couple of seconds. You’re in the middle of a severe summer storm when all of a sudden a power line comes crashing down. What should you do?Read More >
Did you know that the air inside your home is probably worse than the air outside? This is a fact that most homeowners don’t realize and most of them are astonished when we tell them. Even though you can’t see them, allergens, viruses and bacterial are circulate through the air constantly and could be the reason you feel ill.Read More >
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.Read More >
Did you know that the Atlantic Hurricane season ranges from early June through late November? Each year, we average about 6 hurricanes here in the United States, three of which are categorized as “major.” If you can recall Hurricane Sandy a few years back, this major storm left over 8.5 million people without power - the highest outage total ever.Read More >
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:Read More >
- Recessed Lighting makes rooms feel larger and increases property value at resale.
- Recessed Lighting affects your mood and helps with Seasonal Mood Disorders.
- Recessed Lighting with a dimmer switch can set the desired atmoshphere in the room from bright and high energy to mellow and calm.
- Recessed Lights add visual interest to your walls with changes in color temperature of your paint.
- Receessed lights are unintrusive and can provide a layer of lighting without affecting you room decor.