Should You Install Security Lighting on Your Property?

Installing light fixtures around your home exterior can dramatically improve your home security. Outdoor lighting offers aesthetic benefits too. Click to learn how installing outdoor lighting enhances property safety and appearance. 

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Ready to Upgrade Your Lighting? 5 Benefits of LED Recessed Lighting

Installing recessed lighting is an excellent way to improve the look and feel of your home. Upgrading your bulbs to LEDs offers several benefits too. Click to learn how recessed LED lighting can enhance your home. 

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3 Reasons Every Homeowner Should Avoid DIY Hot Tub Installation

Installing hot tub wiring requires special skill, precision, and electrical knowledge. Click to learn why DIY hot tub installation is never a good idea. 

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Winter Power Outages: 3 Ways You Can Prepare Your Home

Winter power outages in the Twin Cities metro aren’t uncommon. Every year, thousands of homes go dark for hours at a time due to heavy snow, ice storms, and whipping winter winds. Sub-zero temperatures also trigger an uptick in electrical usage, which can easily overload local grid systems.

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Is Your Electrical System a Fire Hazard? Here’s How to Tell

Now that winter is here, most of us are spending considerable time indoors. And as we spend more time inside, we place much greater loads on our electrical systems. But not every household electrical system is properly set up to handle that additional load.

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Holiday Light Safety: 4 Tips You Need to Know

For most households, the holiday season is truly the most wonderful time of the year. But for the nearly 300 families that suffer a house fire during the holidays, devastating is a much more fitting descriptor. If you plan to hang holiday lights this year, take the appropriate precautions to keep your home and family safe.

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COVID-19 Update:

We have begun to slowly schedule jobs as we educate our techs about the new COVID-19 procedures.

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Want a More Energy-Efficient House? 3 Electrical Components You Must Replace

If you’re on a mission to make your house more energy efficient, you may have considered upgrading your appliances or even replacing your windows and doors. But have you thought about how the condition of your electrical system affects your household energy efficiency?

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Is Your Electrical System Ready for Winter? 4 Tips to Help You Prepare

Just about everything we do inside our homes requires electricity. And in Minnesota, where our winters can get brutal, household electrical systems do some pretty heavy lifting. Unfortunately, though, it’s exceedingly easy to forget how much we depend on fully functional electrical work to perform our day-to-day activities. But we remember pretty quickly when winter weather knocks out our power.

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Holiday Cooking: Electrical Safety Tips for the Busy Kitchen

Are you planning to host a holiday dinner this year? What about whipping up some baked goods to share with family and friends? If any of your holiday plans involve cooking or baking, listen up: More kitchen fires occur around the holidays than during any other time of year.

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