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Electrical Repair

The Full Service Electric Contractor

Determine whether you need a professional electrical contractor by evaluating the need for having your electric systems properly installed by a licensed electrician with insurance and an outstanding reputation in the community.

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What To Do When You Need Electrical Repairs

In today’s world electricity is often taken for granted. If your power provider has a failure, you understand you may have to go a few hours without electricity. When the failure happens to be on your end of the line, it's your responsibility and up to you to handle, whether out of pocket or through an insurance company. There are some common problems you may have to address as a homeowner which you may or may not be familiar with.

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Purchasing an Older Home & Upgrading to Modern Standards

Older homes often come with a certain charm that makes one feel as if they are taken back in time to a simpler life. Many people dream to live in an older home, but they often don’t think of the work that may have to go into acquiring one. Many older homes may need upgrades to meet today's building codes and may need to be updated to meet today's standards of lifestyle and electric compatibility with modern electronic devices. Check out a few of the items you may need to think about before purchasing an older home!

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Comparing Different Types of Electrical Wire

Electrical wiring is always evolving. Even as we speak, developers are creating ultra-safe, high-efficiency wiring that can be buried underground and last forever. While the technology is getting better, property owners are having a hard time keeping up.

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Code Compliance: Updating Your Old Electrical System

The first thing you need to know about electrical code compliance for your home is that you should never work on your house’s electrical system. Government agencies ranging from your local authorities all the way to state officials urge homeowners to hire professional to do the work. State licensed and state-certified electricians should perform all installations, repairs or system replacements for all components on the property.

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4 Component Replacements That Make Your Home’s Electrical System More Energy Efficient

When we talk about energy efficiency in the home, we’re opening up a can of worms. The fact is, there are numerous factors involved in energy efficiency that range from power-hungry appliances to an outdated heating and cooling system. Something that is often overlooked, however, is the electrical system itself.

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The Top Household Electrical Dangers

Your home might be packed with power-saving appliances, a protective fuse box and high-tech home options, but is it safe? Dangerous situations can appear within minutes, and an unprotected home is at risk. Here at Harrison Electric, we care about your family’s safety. We’re weighing in on today’s leading electrical dangers, helping your home stay safe, operational and fully powered.

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From Fuse Box to Breakers: Tips You Need

If you’re living in an older home, you’re probably making a few upgrades. Aged homes frequently have fuse panels—which are a little outdated. If you’re reinventing your house’s amenities, utility tools and electrical capabilities, consider swapping out a fuse box for circuit breakers. If you’re worried about the transition, read the following:

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The Home Rewiring Prep Guide: Getting Ready for Services

When contracting an electrical contractor, it’s a good idea to prepare the home front. You shouldn’t dive into a remodeling project without considering safety, home design and—of course—your electrical system’s integrity. Whether you’re dealing with a power outage, lighting damages or even surge damages, your electrician can help. That said, they’ll need a leg up when navigating your home. To prep for an electrician visit, do the following things:

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Three Things You Should Know About Installing New Outlets

It isn’t hard to install new electrical outlets, but it’s important to prep your home accordingly. To avoid any strange scenarios, check out the three tips below:

Tip One: Turn Off the Breaker

Before adding a new outlet, you’ll need to make sure your breaker panel is turned off. Double-check that your breaker is turned off with a voltage tester. If you don’t have a voltage tester, plug in a lap to the nearest-available socket. Additionally, it’s a good idea to test the new socket directly by plugging the excess length into an electrical application.

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