Are you ready for hurricane season? For homeowners, it’s never too early to prepare! In Louisiana, hurricanes are most active during August and September. Characterized by high winds, heavy rain and often falling tree limbs, these severe storms cause many properties to lose electricity. The solution? Generators.
Many know Marvel’s classic quote, “With great power comes great responsibility.” This phrase couldn’t be more accurate, especially in the electrical world where literal power requires safety and responsibility.
With summer on its way and spring in full swing, it’s common for homeowners to take this time to revamp their space. From major home renovations to simple spring cleaning, getting your home ready for summer celebrations and gatherings often includes DIY (“do it yourself”) projects. For those taking on DIY electrical projects, here are some common electrical mistakes you should avoid when renovating.
All homes and commercial properties are prone to facing electrical issues at one time or another. Though some problems appear more severe or evident than others, more minor instances can be a red flag for a much bigger problem. Check out this list of common issues that are warning signs to contact professionals.
Most of us have heard electrical terms like wattage and power surge. But what do they actually mean? Having electrical issues is frustrating enough, but struggling to explain your problem to an electrician only adds to the headache. Here are some common electrical terms that all homeowners and building owners should know so they can easily explain their issues when placing a service call.