Why Use Dimmer Switches?

Published on 16 May 2011 by in Blog

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Dimmer switches are easy to add to your home, and they do not require any special remodeling as some other types of lighting might. These switches are great for setting the mood and giving you just the right amount of light in your home, no matter the time of day or night. You can use […]

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When most people are thinking about building their brand new home or remodeling a home, the last thing they think of is the lighting. They focus on other aspects, such as the flooring, the cabinets, and even painting before they consider how lighting can affect the entire look of their home. If you are in […]

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In the past few years, with more people renovating their homes, recessed lighting has surged in popularity. These lights are modern, and they will work well with many different layouts and design schemes. They have a number of benefits that people love. They don’t have any exposed wiring, and they are easy to care for […]

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Whether you want to set the perfect mood for a dinner party, or if you are trying to get the lighting just right to relax and read a book, the type of lighting that you have is very important. Lights that can brighten and dim are a very important way to get full control over […]

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Surge Protectors-How Do They Work?

Published on 28 February 2011 by in Blog

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You may have dressed up your home with the latest electronic gadgets, but the sudden voltage spikes can render them useless and could also lead to fire hazards. In Atlanta where lightning is a common sight during monsoons, a high power electrical surge could wipe the life out of all your electrical equipment if surge […]

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Lighting Fixtures-Can Anyone Replace Them?

Published on 21 February 2011 by in Blog

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Tired of staring at the ancient chandelier staring down at you from your ceiling? Do you want to upgrade your antiquated lighting fixture after finding them to be not-so-appealing? Replacing lighting fixtures are an integral part of any home improvement project. Many of us contemplate whether these electrical fixtures could be a do-it-yourself (DIY) project […]

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Frayed Electrical Wiring Can Be Hazardous

Published on 14 February 2011 by in Blog

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The invention of electricity is one of the most important events in the history of mankind. Electricity and modern electrical gadgets have made our life much easier and provide us with more time to indulge in other activities. While on one hand we hire Atlanta electrical contractors to add more outlets or upgrade our electrical […]

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Open Wiring Splices in your Attic Are Dangerous

Published on 07 February 2011 by in Blog

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Crawl spaces and attics in our homes are dark and damp places which often become the permanent address for pests and rodents. The idea of paying a visit to these places is not thrilling, but as many good Atlanta electrical contractors would be quick to point out, the majority of electrical problems in many homes […]

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Are Battery Powered Smoke Detectors Enough?

Published on 31 January 2011 by in Blog

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We all want to provide our families with the best the world has to offer, and we would also do everything in our power to protect them from any harm. From surveillance cameras to smoke detectors, modern Atlanta homes boast world class electronic gadgets that have been installed by hiring the services of an experienced […]

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Upgrade That Knob and Tube Wiring

Published on 03 January 2011 by in Blog

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Moving into a vintage home in Atlanta is like a dream come true. We spend the better half of our lives in the air conditioned chambers of high-rises in Atlanta, so, retreating back into a sprawling bungalow is indeed welcoming. Along with the old world charm, these decade-old buildings also come with some inherent problems, […]

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