4 Tips For Adding Electricity To A Detached Guest House

27 August 2018
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Between the trend of older parents moving in with adult children and short-term rental earning opportunities, many homeowners are expanding with small detached guest houses that make the most of limited residential space. However, running utilities like electricity to a detached building requires a little extra planning and care due to the unique demands of the space. You'll also need to check local electrical and building codes before deciding how to handle the electrical supply. Read More 

5 Reasons To Upgrade The Electrical Wiring In Your Commercial Building

11 April 2018
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If you have not recently upgraded the wiring in your commercial building, it might be time to think about doing so. These are a few reasons why it can be a good idea to upgrade the electrical wiring in a building that is used for commercial purposes. 1. Prevent Electrical Problems First of all, you have to think about the various electrical problems that can pop up if your wiring is outdated. Read More 

3 Potential Problems You May Be Having with Your Electrical Outlets

26 February 2018
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As a general rule, there is no reason to think twice about your electrical outlets unless they begin to give you problems. You assume that you will plug in your device and it will turn on or charge. However, if there is an issue, then you need to make sure that you respond quickly to ensure that your home is safe. Otherwise, there could be problems, such as an electrical fire. Read More