3 Reasons Why You Should Schedule Residential Electrical Repairs Before A Family Get-Together

Posted on: 8 December 2022

Early planning is always good, especially when you have a significant event, such as a family get-together coming up. Since you anticipate dealing with many people, you want things to go as smoothly as possible.  In this case, the last thing you want is to have an electrical repair mishap in the midst of all the fun and engagement. To avoid any stressful surprises, it's best to schedule your residential electrical repairs well in advance of the big day.
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3 Signs That Your Commercial Ice Maker Requires Repair

Posted on: 2 December 2022

If you own a restaurant, you probably have an ice maker in your kitchen. This equipment is essential for people in such businesses because many customers love cold beverages. Most restaurants add ice to cocktails or other drinks to refresh them, especially during the summer. It makes an ice maker machine vital in the restaurant business, meaning you must maintain it properly. One way to do this is by hiring commercial ice maker repair services to service your machine regularly.
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Ways To Save Money On Electricity At Your Commercial Property This Winter

Posted on: 29 November 2022

Electricity bills tend to increase in the winter thanks to the additional heating demands brought on by the cold weather. The increase is especially noticeable in large commercial buildings. Commercial property managers need to balance holiday cheer, comfort, and bill management. Try these 4 tips to save money on electricity at your commercial property this winter.   1. Put lights on timers Many businesses put up a holiday display to add to the community's Christmas cheer.
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Why You Should Be Concerned About Flickering Lights

Posted on: 18 November 2022

Did you hire a paranormal investigator after your lights started flickering and other electrical problems arose in your home? Rather than a paranormal investigator, you should have contacted an electrician in case there is a serious electrical problem needing attention. Although flickering lights can be spooky, the flickering can be due to your home having bad wiring, damaged light fixtures, or another electrical problem. The worst thing about home electrical problems is that they can cause a fire if prompt repairs are not made by a professional.
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