Posted on 6/24/2019 4:00 AM By Harrison Electric
Repair of electrical wiring, components and fixtures often-times requires the skill of a certified electrician, given the risks and tools involved. An experienced professional can make cost-effective repairs in a safe and efficient manner, giving you lighting in your home that you can trust. Below are examples of when you should call an electrician for work.
Posted on 6/17/2019 2:41 PM By Harrison Electric
It is recommended that both homes and businesses use surge protectors. There are two different types of surge protectors. This includes a whole home or building surge protector and an outlet or strip surge protector. A whole home or building surge protector protects the entire building or home, whereas an outlet or strip surge protector just protects the items that are plugged into the surge-protected outlet or strip. If you are considering getting and using a surge protector, you may wonder why it is important to have one. Here are two reasons ways surge protectors can help you.
Posted on 6/10/2019 2:37 PM By Harrison Electric
Did half your lights go out and everybody shouted out, "Not again!" A popping circuit breaker can be an indication your home is in need of professional electrical service. Circuit breakers are designed to switch off power to the circuit when too much electricity is being drawn through the lines, preventing a short and possibly a fire.
Posted on 5/20/2019 4:00 AM By Harrison Electric
An outlet may not always be where you need it to be. When this happens, you may have to rearrange your space so you have access to an existing outlet or use an extension cord. The final option is to add a new outlet to the space where you want it. It’s always wise to leave all electrical work to a trained electrician. Here are the steps an electrical contractor follows when adding a new electrical outlet to your home:
Posted on 5/13/2019 12:56 PM By Harrison Electric
If the light over the dining table is flickering, but no wind is blowing outside your home, this is an indication there is a loose connection somewhere in the line. While giving the bulb a twist is often the solution, only a qualified electrician, like the ones at Harrison Electric, Inc., will be able to provide a safe solution when the obvious fix doesn’t work.
Posted on 5/6/2019 4:00 AM By Harrison Electric
Ceiling fans have an estimated lifespan of 10 to 15 years. Their exact lifespans vary based on the quality of the fan, how frequently it is used, and how well it’s maintained. There are a number of reasons why you may need to have a ceiling fan in your home replaced. Here are a few of those reasons:
Posted on 4/22/2019 2:40 PM By Harrison Electric
If power goes out in one portion of your home rather than your entire home, you know right off the bat that you are dealing with an electrical problem. If you are in this situation, you may find yourself wondering what to do. Here are the steps you should follow to help fix your power outage.
Posted on 4/15/2019 4:00 AM By Harrison Electric
Whether it be for conserving energy or simply making your living areas brighter, upgrading the lighting in your home is a fantastic idea. Since there's plenty of perks that come with a lighting upgrade, we're going to highlight some of the many positives that come with such an endeavor. Here's a look at why lighting upgrades are a fantastic idea in your home.
Posted on 4/8/2019 4:00 AM By Harrison Electric
With the warmer months right around the corner, many individuals consider having a new ceiling fan installed to keep their energy costs low. However, many individuals have the misconception that they can install a ceiling fan on their own without consulting a professional beforehand. It needs to be mentioned that this thought is not only a bad idea, but it is incredibly dangerous. Thankfully, we're going explain why it's important to hire a professional to install a ceiling fan and the issues that can be avoided when this avenue is pursued.
Posted on 3/11/2019 2:42 PM By Harrison Electric
You’ve probably noticed the tiny blue spark that occurs whenever you plug or unplug a gadget from an electrical outlet. In most cases the sparks are harmless. However, if the sparks increase in size or severity, it may be time for you to call Harrison Electric. A certified electrician can inspect your wall outlets or appliances to determine what the problem is. Below are some of the reasons why you see blue sparks and how hazardous they may or may not be.