Shocked By Rising Electricity Costs? Here's How A Home Energy Management System Helps You Reduce Your Monthly Energy Bill

Posted on: 7 May 2018

Home energy management systems are a recent entry into the smart home market – they allow you to monitor your home's energy usage and control your home's appliances remotely or set them on a schedule. The data that a home energy management system gives you about your electricity usage allows you to change your appliance usage habits to save electricity. Also, remotely controlling your lights and your thermostat will enable you to turn them off when you're not using them.
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3 Situations When An Electrician Can Help You Save Money

Posted on: 19 March 2018

Some people assume that hiring an electrician is expensive. Even though it does obviously come with a cost, however, the truth is that it can actually be a good way to save money. These are some of the various scenarios in which an electrician can help you save money. 1. Planning the Construction of a Home First of all, during the planning stages of building a home, working side-by-side with an electrician can be a good idea for a few reasons.
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Signs That Your Home Needs A New Electrical Wiring System

Posted on: 8 February 2018

Living in a highly technological age means that it's critical for you to reside in a home that has a good electrical wiring system. Your cell phone needs to be charged, you need somewhere to plug in your tablet, and a whole host of other devices must pull on the power in your house if they're going to work properly. If you've just moved into another home, it's always good to pay attention to some of the warning signs of a weak electrical system from the very beginning.
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That's Shocking! How To Avoid Electrical Emergencies This Winter

Posted on: 11 December 2017

Now that winter is here, there are a few electrical issues you should be concerned about. While electrical problems should be concerning all year long, there are some situations that only present themselves during the cold winter months. Each of these situations brings increased risk for electrical fires and serious personal injuries. To avoid these risks, here are four things you should do now that winter is here:  Inspect Your Electric Blankets
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