Managing Home Office Energy Consumption While Staying Productive

Posted on: 29 July 2017

Contracting, hourly wage, and salaried work have all embraced telecommuting/work from home productivity in one way or another. Home offices powered by at least one computer, an internet connection, and supporting office equipment such as printers and scanners are usually necessary, but how efficient is the setup for a home electrical bill? An overview of how home office electrical concerns are managed can help you figure out if you need to make electrical infrastructure changes, equipment changes, or a bit of both.
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Efficient And Flexible Electrical Layouts For Tech Startups And SMBs

Posted on: 24 July 2017

Are you starting up a programming business, or bringing together an office for professional friends with common interests? Running a high-skill, low overhead business is doable, but there are some risks at the small business level that can cripple operations if you're not careful. Using a large home or renting out  mostly unused office suite can work with a small team or 10 or fewer people, but being too cheap or cutthroat with certain expenses can lead to power outages, fires, system damage, or inconvenience if your team can't get set up quickly.
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How To Tell If You Have A Bad Electrical Panel

Posted on: 16 July 2017

Homeowners rely on electricity to power a variety of objects throughout the day. Without access to a constant stream of electricity, it would be impossible to watch your favorite television program or keep your food cool in the refrigerator. Your home's electrical panel is responsible for distributing electricity to various circuits throughout your home. Ensuring that your electrical panel is in good working condition is critical when it comes to the safety and performance of your home's electrical supply.
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Lights On, Lights Off: Why Is The Light Switch Not Working?

Posted on: 5 July 2017

When you flip the light switch up, the light is supposed to go on. But what if it doesn't? Living in a dark house is no fun at all, so follow these tips to troubleshoot what might be wrong with your light switch or the wires leading to it. Step 1: Change the Bulb If your light bulb is fairly new, you may assume it can't be the problem. However, there are sometimes errors made in the manufacturing process, so your bulb could have blown out prematurely.
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