As the cold snaps roll in and winter approaches, homeowners across the country are adjusting their thermostats, preparing to unpack their winter clothes and adorning their homes with seasonal decorations. While the focus during this season naturally gravitates towards staying warm, it’s equally crucial to prioritize safety. Check out these eight safety tips to keep your winter warm and free from electrical hazards.
Each year, more and more homeowners and building owners show off their Halloween spirit with festive decorations. Though grand electrical displays once primarily lit up the Christmas season, Halloween decorations are on the rise. From glowing witches’ cauldrons and inflatable lawn decorations to Target’s viral 8’ Jack-o’-lantern ghoul, Lewis, Halloween electrical decorations bring a bright, festive flare to the season.
Like all electrical decorations, these displays present hazards to the safety of homes and those inside – but that doesn’t mean you should skip out on the seasonal spirit. Instead, use these electrical safety tips and tricks to keep your Halloween free from electrical horrors.
Football season is here, school is back in session and the first few cold snaps are coming – all classic signs that autumn is approaching. With cooler weather and the holiday season on the way, checking your property’s electrical system is essential for ensuring your safety. Before you break out the Halloween decorations and plug in your space heaters, check out our five-step electrical safety checklist to keep you in the clear this fall.
Mark your calendars! Cajun Electric is lighting up Mid City with a new showroom this fall. Located just a few doors from our partner company, Cajun Electric & Lighting, at 1462 Government St, Baton Rouge, LA 70802, our showroom will display a diverse selection of commercial LED lighting, electric vehicle (EV) chargers and whole home generators.
With summer in full swing, higher temperatures often mean higher electric bills. Escaping the summer heat can drive up energy use, and with temperatures higher than usual this summer, energy usage can be more costly than ever. In fact, AC use can account for about 55% of the average person’s electric bill.