Benefits Of Electric Heating In Residential Properties

4 December 2017
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If you want to install a heating system in your house, you should strongly think of going the electric route. Although electric heaters are not that common, they have several advantages, such as these five: Electrical Heaters Are Silent Most heaters that rely on fuel combustion tend to make more noise than electric heaters. This may be because heaters that rely on fuel have more moving parts. The noise emitted by fuel-based heaters may be minimal, but if you want something that is absolutely quiet, you are better off with an electric heater. Read More 

Understanding The Difference In Halide And LED Efficiency

5 September 2017
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If you have a high-ceiling in your warehouse, office, or other type of business, then you may have halides. Halide lights are outdated and they tend to be extremely inefficient. If you want to save on energy costs, then it is a good idea to switch to LEDs. If you want to know why halides are so much more inefficient than LEDs, then keep reading. They Create Ultraviolet Light LEDs are capable of emitting only the light that you see, and this light is called the visible light. Read More 

Easy Ways To Reduce Your Computer Energy Use

1 August 2017
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If you are trying to save energy, there is little reason to turn your computer off. You only save about a watt a day by turning a computer off vs. putting it in sleep mode. The good news is that computers can be set up to go into sleep mode automatically after a period of inactivity. Also, a computer will revive from sleep mode more quickly than from being turned off and on. Read More 

How to Add a Ceiling Outlet from an Overhead Light Fixture

23 February 2017
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If you've thought about adding some hanging paper lanterns to create a certain ambiance in a room, you may be dissuaded by the thought of electric cords snaking up your walls from your floor level outlets.  However, there's no need to despair. You can simply power an electric outlet from the existing overhead light. What you will need 15 amp outlet Outlet cover plate "Old work" gang box Utility knife Screwdrivers (flat and Philips head) Wire cutter, stripper tool Wire—You will need to check the breaker that controls the power to the overhead light to determine the gauge of wire needed. Read More 

4 Ways to Reduce the Electricity Usage in Your Household

17 February 2017
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If you're like most people, your household probably uses a lot of electricity on a daily basis. Many people take electricity for granted and don't realize the amount of energy that they consume. Whether you want to resuce the amount of electricity your household uses for environmental reasons or in order to save money on your electric bill, there are several easy things you can do, such as: Purchase Energy Efficient Appliances Read More