Space heaters are a fantastic way to heat small spaces on those especially cold days. They are a practical heat source if you only wish to heat a single room or the personal space of those sensitive to cold, such as the elderly. However, they are also responsible for half of all winter house fires in some capacity. Continue reading
The Christmas season marks the beginning of wintertime in Arkansas, and homeowners all over the state have been busy getting things bright and beautiful for the holidays ahead. But while you’re out and about getting ready to deck the halls, don’t forget about a very important part of home maintenance for the winter months – electrical safety. Continue reading
Be smart about making the season bright! ‘Tis the season for Christmas lights, decorations, and other signs that the holidays are right around the corner. Staley Electric is here with some tips and advice on how to ensure that you and your family stay safe around electricity during the most wonderful time of the year. Continue reading
Staley Electric started in Central Arkansas in 1951 operating out of R.E. Staley’s garage, but we’ve grown quite a bit since our early days! In fact, we’ve recently expanded to include our newest location in Northwest Arkansas.
Staley Electric recently hosted a friendly electric competition to show off our skills.
Trends are everywhere as we move into the fall season, and outdoor lighting is no exception! If you’ve been concerned about your home’s security, maybe it’s time to consider an upgrade to your home’s landscape that’s not only safe but beautiful, courtesy of Staley Electric.
Simply put, your electrical wiring keeps your home running. However, if your wiring is old or damaged, it can cause major problems, including potential life-threatening hazards. Here’s a handy list of warning signs, helping you spot and correct problems due to outdated or potentially dangerous electrical wiring.
U.S. fire departments responded to an estimated average of 47,820 reported home structure fires involving electrical failure or malfunction between 2007 and 2011. These fires resulted in 455 civilian deaths, 1,518 civilian injuries, and $1.5 billion in direct property damage.