Why Radiant Heating Panels May Make Sense For Your Home This Winter

On a cold and clear day, you will notice an immediate temperature difference between being in the sunlight and being in the shade. The sun's rays are warm and inviting, even though the air temperature may be virtually the same in the sun and shade. This phenomenon is called radiant heating, and you can take advantage of this in your own home by installing radiant heating panels. Below is more information about radiant panel heating as well as its advantages and a few limitations to keep in mind: Read More 

The Pros And Cons Of Infrared Electrical Testing

Infrared electrical testing, also called thermography, uses infrared cameras to check your electrical systems. These cameras measure temperatures, displaying hot and cold spots. These hot spots can tell an electrician if a circuit is overloaded or unbalanced or if there are any loose or deteriorated connections. If you are thinking about having an infrared electrical test, you may be curious as to whether this is the best way to test your electrical system. Read More 

Selling Land? Increase Buyer Interest With These Tips And Tricks

Putting a piece of land on the market is typically easier than selling a home because there aren't any structures or land developments to deal with. But you can expect to have some competition when it comes time to sell, as your piece of raw land is sure to have company on the market. For this reason it's a good idea to make a few updates to the land that will help set it apart from the competition and increase buyer interest overall before putting it on the market. Read More 

2 Signs Your Home Outlets Were Installed Incorrectly

As soon as you fall in love with that floor plan or those stainless steel appliances, you might be tempted to side-step the home inspection and assume that all is well with your potential dream home. However, after moving in, you might be surprised to find issues with your electrical system—issues that can be dangerous if they are left unchecked.  Here are two signs your home outlets were installed incorrectly, and how to keep your family safe in your new place: Read More 

3 Things You Should Do This Fall To Guard Against Electrical Fires

Most homeowners don't think about their electrical wiring systems until something clearly goes wrong, such as severely flickering lights or noticeable hot spots in walls. However, electrical issues are one of the most common causes of household fires. Fortunately, you can lessen your chances of experiencing electrical fires by following a few simple maintenance procedures. Following are three strategies that you should have on your autumn checklist to keep you and your family as safe as possible from unexpected electrical fires. Read More