Posted on 8/16/2015 1:01 PM By Harrison Electric
Your lights may go out for a number of reasons, most of which have easy solutions once the problem has been identified. Assuming the most common problem has been avoided, the fact that you forgot to pay the power bill on time, there are a few reasons why you may find yourself without functioning lights in your home.
Posted on 7/23/2015 12:52 PM By Harrison Electric
If your power suddenly goes out -- or if it starts flickering off and on -- you probably immediately reach for the phone to call your local utility company. While your power outage could be the result of bad weather, a downed tree or a blown transformer, if your Minneapolis home is the only one in the area that is without power, you likely have an issue that is localized right within your four walls. This means that a call into a local electrician is in order to help you sort out -- and address -- the problem.
Posted on 7/20/2015 6:36 AM By Harrison Electric
Harrison Electric has geared up and had vendors open up for emergency pick up and emergency deliveries for parts to the extent of over $20,000 to make these repairs. All of our crews will be set up to do these repairs on a first come basis. At this point other electrical contractors are referring their customers to call us. The sooner you call the sooner you will be on the schedule; wait and you will be further down the list. The best way to get in touch with Harrison Electric is by calling 763-544-3300.
Posted on 7/16/2015 12:46 PM By Harrison Electric
Ceiling fans can do you a great service -- both during the summer and the winter. While everyone knows that fans are a valuable asset during the summer months as they help to circulate the air within a room so you feel cooler, they can also be used to help you heat your Minneapolis home more efficiently during the winter as well. By simply reversing the direction the fan blades turn, the warm air is pushed down and away from the ceiling, allowing you to feel more comfortable. If you already have a ceiling fan, then you might think you are set, but here are three reasons for replacing
Posted on 7/9/2015 3:39 PM By Harrison Electric
Due to the explosion of electrical devices that put a drain on your home's electrical system, the industry has introduced standards that are better able to handle the load that is often experienced these days. Fuse boxes were cutting-edge technology at one time within the industry, but they were introduced during a different era -- one in which devices that required electricity was limited to items such as televisions, lamps and radios. Usher in modern times for your electrical system for the following reasons.
Posted on 6/24/2015 1:19 PM By Harrison Electric
A current design trend with new homes and remodels is to install ceiling fans rather than lighting globes. In some situations the choice seems simple, a fan simply provides more options for both air flow and lighting and is therefore the obvious choice. In some cases, however, more thought goes into the final decision. You don’t have to be an architect to make the final determination as to which will best serve your needs. Consider the pro’s and cons of each to make a decision as to which one you may want in each of the rooms in your house.
Posted on 6/15/2015 1:10 PM By Harrison Electric
A lightning strike can be devastating to your home. The first thing to do is be glad nobody was hurt or injured. Then it’s time to assess the property damage and develop a plan to getting your home fixed so you can call it “home” again, and set up protection against the next thunderstorm to hit the area.
Posted on 6/10/2015 11:57 AM By Harrison Electric
During the age of fuse boxes, many households had to be mindful of their power usage because they could potentially blow a fuse. Fortunately, many people typically had fuses readily available. Nonetheless, circuit breakers are more convenient.
Posted on 5/26/2015 12:02 PM By Harrison Electric
There are thousands of articles across the Internet that state that low-voltage lighting saves you money as a result of being energy efficient. Of course, as a consumer, you want to purchase a product that continues to illuminate your home and saves you money, so you may have switched your lights over to low-voltage lights. But, have you saved money? Have you seen a reduction in your electric bill? Some research indicates there is no difference between the two types of light, other than the type of light the bulbs emit.
Posted on 5/14/2015 11:53 AM By Harrison Electric
With the weather warming up, you may be feeling the home improvement bug. In fact, where ever you go around your home, you may see things that need improving to enhance your curb appeal, but you don’t have the money in the budget to pay for renovations. You can improve the look and feel of your home by strategically incorporating lights.