It is in everybody’s best interest to make their electrical consumption more energy efficient. Not only will this translate to a lower electric bill, but you also save energy. Also, making sure that the electrical system in your house is operating in an energy efficient way means that your electrical equipment and devices are well-maintained…

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Every three years, the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) issues a new edition of the NEC. The latest edition of the NEC was in 2017, and it included some changes from the previous 2014 edition. One of the changes introduced under the 2017 NEC was that pertaining to a generator shutdown. The pertinent provision is…

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There is a world of difference between electrical work for a residential home, and electrical work for a commercial or business building. Whether you own a commercial building, or you own a business that has its principal offices in a commercial building, when there are electrical concerns that need to be addressed, you will need…

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Construction workers are exposed to a number of risks and hazards at their workplace, including electricity-related hazards. Regular inspection should always be conducted daily, and before the work begins each day. This is because of the constantly changing nature and conditions at a construction site and the high damage potential of electrical hazards, where everything…

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