As a Florida resident, you know heavy winds and rains knock over trees and power lines all the time— and you admit you could really benefit from a backup generator.
Even if your home has smoke detectors, they’ll do nothing to extinguish a dangerous fire. If you’re cooking and grease ignites, water won’t help put it out. Or, if you have a faulty circuit breaker, a fire could begin to brew from your laundry room— out of sight.
When it comes to your home, you might be surprised how many things run off of electric. From your water heater to your smoke detector, your house relies on many energy-powered systems to run smoothly.
We’ve all been there. Someone in your family is using the microwave, the mixer, the dishwasher’s running— suddenly when you go to blend a smoothie amongst the kitchen hustle, your power goes out.
We’ve been hearing the buzz about the electric car revolution for years, but America is still a long way from making a switch to charge-only vehicles. Or is it?
We’re all guilty of moving into a new house or apartment and just using the bulbs already there. Afterall, how big of an impact can switching out your lights really have?
In the workforce alone, 300 deaths and 4,000 injuries occur from electrocution in the U.S. annually. Hundreds of “everyday” Americans suffer from electrical accidents each year too.
Children are curious, and during the first few years of their development, they like to experiment. Unfortunately, shoving their fork into an outlet isn’t an experiment anyone wants to witness.
Are you still using a traditional tank storage water heater? Although this conventional system gets the job done, it might not be the best choice for heating your water.
Anyone who lives in Florida knows one thing for certain— we get some nasty thunderstorms.
When severe weather hits, it helps to be properly prepared. Whether it’s taking precautionary outdoor measures or safeguarding inside, there are number of things to consider to protect your home and family.