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Summer Storm Damage: Here’s How to Keep Your Home Safe

Summer storms can affect your home’s electrical wiring, putting you and your family at risk. The electrical experts at Harrison Electric discuss how to prepare your home to keep it safe during storm season.

Why You Need a Professional for Home Lighting and Surge Damage

Whether internal or external, there are several situations that can cause a power surge. However, some power surge issues are larger than others and require professional assistance. Contact Harrison Electric today if you’re noticing frequent or dangerous power surges in your home. 

Make Your Newly Purchased House Safer with an Electrical Update

Older homes are often charming due to their unique attributes, and you may have recently bought yours for this very factor. However, not everything that's unique is visible—or good. In many cases, previous homeowners will have made their own changes, fixes, and what they thought were upgrades. The problem is that not all of them will have had the skills or training needed to do it right. When this situation involves electricity, it often leaves behind fire hazards, shock hazards, and breakers that mysteriously trip.

Electrical Service Upgrades For Home Renovations

If you’re thinking about doing a home renovation, you should also consider upgrading your home’s electrical components, as well. If you are adding a bedroom, a bathroom, or upgrading a kitchen, you are probably going to need some new outlets and perhaps lighting fixtures. You may want to add some ceiling fans as part of the project. There may be some special needs, as well, like adding the right electrical power for an appliance such as an electric clothes dryer.

The Steps Involved in Adding an Electrical Outlet

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:

Does Your Ceiling Fan Need to be Replaced?

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:

Why Lighting Upgrades Are A Fantastic Idea

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.

Why Hire Someone To Replace Your Ceiling Fan

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.

Your Guide to Purchasing the Right Ceiling Fan

If you’re thinking about upgrading your old ceiling fans or adding ceiling fans to your new home, there are some fan options you should consider. Not all ceiling fans are made the same, as some have additional features.

Electrical Safety Tips for Your Children

For most parents, childproofing an electrical system includes purchasing a few plastic covers and plugging them into electrical outlets. Some curious children, however, have learned how to break that code and pull the covers off. Thankfully, there are safer options out there. Below, we explore three main types of outlet covers that are available for your home and how we can keep your child safe during their earliest years.

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