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Residential Electrician

When You Should Hire A Professional Electrician, And Why?

The job of an electrician is more difficult than it may appear. It certainly is more difficult than simply tying a few wires together, twisting a few screws, collecting a paycheck, and calling it a day. It requires the knowledge and dedication of a licensed specialist. Even with the experience and understanding required to pass the licensure test, most states recognize the number of various problems that arise in the field and require the electrical contractor to be bonded and insured against accidents.

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Electrical Problems And Upgrades

When you need electrical repairs in the Minneapolis area, you need a company you can count on to do the work correctly. As a homeowner, there are many issues you can face and most electrical work should be performed by a local electrician in Minneapolis.

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Outdoor Lighting: Why You Need It

Many don't think too much about it, but outdoor lighting can come very in handy. While most of you know it will improve safety, you may not know that it can be helpful in a number of other ways. Here are just a few of the reasons why you may want to consider outdoor lighting at your home in Plymouth, Minnesota:

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Avoid Getting Shocked With GFCIs

Many homeowners are not aware, but not all electrical outlets are equal. There are some that offer more protection than the typical outlet. These are known as GFCI outlets, or ground-fault circuit interrupter outlets. These outlets are designed to help protect against unnecessary electrical fires and electrical shock.

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Christmas Lights: Why You May Want to Consider Adding Another Outlet

Did you know that in 2013 there were approximately 230 home fires that were started due to a Christmas tree? In some cases, these fires weren't directly related to the tree. Instead, it was due to an electrical malfunction of some sort. If you have a live tree, then your risk of having a home fire around the holidays dramatically increases. Luckily, there is one simple way that you can help reduce your overall risk of a home holiday electrical fire: additional outlets.

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