Three Signs Of A Malfunctioning Outlet
13 March 2017
A malfunctioning electrical outlet is a dangerous thing to have in your house. It can fry your electrical appliances, cause electrical shock or even cause an electrical fire. You need to watch out for signs of outlet malfunction so that you can fix it in time. Here are some of the signs to watch out for:
Outlet Feels Hot to the Touch
It is normal for an outlet to feel a bit warm, but not too warm or hot.
Bringing New Electronics Home? Check Your Wiring!
8 March 2017
If you're a tech enthusiast or just treating yourself to a much-deserved new TV or home theater system, there's a lot of expensive electronic components to deal with. These devices are complex—which is why you're paying sometimes thousands of dollars for plastics and resins worth a few dollars—and can be ruined if not handled properly.
In addition to incorrect installation, your home could pose a significant threat to electronics safety. To avoid having to pay for replacements or fight through warranties because of weird electrical damage, here is some electrical repair and upgrade information for any home.
Adding An Enhanced Outlet For A Home Planetarium Projector On Valentine's Day
27 January 2017
Since Valentine's Day is in the middle of February, it's not likely that you can lie outside under the stars with your love on that night.
However, you can bring the stars into your bedroom with a home planetarium projector that slowly spins while the heavens open up before your eyes.
However, you may have an issue when you attempt to find an available electrical receptacle near your bed. The nearest outlet is likely to be filled with a charging adapter for your love's cell phone and a table lamp.
How to Save Money and Improve Your Lighting System with Dimmers
23 January 2017
Proper lighting makes it easier to enjoy your home. It creates the right mood for each room. You should consider adding dimmers to your lighting system. Dimmers help with creating different scenes for each room. For example, the lighting used for entertaining is different from what you would use to pay bills.
If you have a dimmer on every light switch, then you have a lot of control over the ambiance of your lighting system.