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Why Lights Flicker or Dim When Your Air Conditioner Runs

Posted on: February 14, 2020

You’re sitting down, enjoying a good book. You hear the familiar sounds of your air conditioner turning on. For a brief moment, your lights flicker and dim. In seconds, it’s all back to normal. Should you be concerned? What dimming lights mean The good news is dimming or flickering lights isn’t necessarily dangerous. It depends…

The Majority of Home Electrocutions Could Be Prevented With Proper GFCI Outlets

Posted on: February 12, 2020

Have you ever plugged something into an outlet and felt a small zap? Electricity is a powerful thing. And while that small zap might not have impacted you, it causes thousands of emergency visits a year. According to Environmental Health and Safety, 2400 children show up in emergency rooms each year caused by tampering with…

How Your HVAC System Controls Your Sleep Patterns

Posted on: February 10, 2020

How well did you sleep last night? According to the CDC, 35 percent of adults didn’t get a full night’s rest. In 1942, the average adult had 7.9 hours per night. By 2013, that number dropped to 6.8 hours. A 13 percent decrease in just a few decades. Of course, there’s a lot of reasons…

Be Proactive And Test Your Sump Pump Battery Backup

Posted on: February 9, 2020

Water is one of the most destructive forces on earth. The last thing you want is water flowing through your house in a way you don’t control. Whether you’ve faced water damage in your home before or not, you’ve probably heard enough horror stories to take action to prevent it from happening to you. That’s…

How Far Apart Should Home Electrical Outlets Be?

Posted on: February 7, 2020

Have you ever wished for a home electrical outlet somewhere else in a room? Have you ever stopped to wonder why the builder installed an electrical outlet in one place and not another? There’s a reason for that. The US National Electrical Code, Section 210.52, states that there should be an electrical outlet in every…

Tips For Preventing Biological Growth In The Bathroom

Posted on: February 5, 2020

Bathrooms: we can’t live without them. Yet most of us carry an “ew” feeling when dealing with even the smallest of problems. A study published in an American Society for Microbiology report suggests that over 70,000 bacteria and viruses were found in sampled public restrooms, containing everything from fecal bacteria to streptococcus, hepatitis, salmonella, influenza,…

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