Warmer weather is on its way! Soon everyone will be getting ready for spring cleaning. Before you take the leaf blower out of that garage closet, read these spring cleaning tips for your home electric system to keep everyone safe. Inspect all electrical cords: Damaged or worn out electrical cords not only put you at…
As tornado season in Arkansas approaches, we all know that the only type of preparing we can do before a storm hits is to have all of the batteries, flashlights, and candles we can dig out of the closet. But, with a whole-home generator, there is no need to have the flashlights on standby!
The appliances in our home are often overlooked daily as we move along with our day-to-day activities. Inspecting these appliances to ensure that they are working properly and that we are following these safety tips can make your home a safer place.
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 Here’s a handy list of warning signs, helping you spot and correct problems due to outdated or potentially dangerous electrical wiring.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.