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Electrical Outlets St. Louis Outlets are one of the scariest electrical dangers for kids. They are right at your child’s eye level and are quite often an object of curiosity. Protect your children with: Outlet covers. These are quick and easy solutions to slide into an outlet. However, they’re just as easy to take off as they are to put on. This means that your children will probably be able to remove these without much problem. Tamper-proof outlets. These outlets protect your children the best. They cut off access to not in use outlets completely by using spring-loaded shutters. They also have a dual-lock, which means that they’re protected against anything from butter knives to small fingers. Electrical Strips St. Louis Electrical strips are also very dangerous for your children because they sit on the ground and are full of multiple plugs. You can simply solve this by: Using special strips....
Track Lighting St. Louis If you want a stylish way to control the direction and amount of light in a room, then track lighting is a great option. Track lighting is a series of small directional lights suspended from the ceiling along a metal track. Popular in art galleries and homes, track lighting allows you to achieve the right aesthetic or accentuate specific features. LED Lighting St. Louis If you want efficient, long-lasting lighting in your home, then LED lights are the perfect option. LED lights can save you money and help the environment with their energy efficiency and durability. Known for their brightness and versatility, LED lights can also come in all types of colors and configurations. Recessed Lighting St. Louis If you have lower ceilings or very restricted space, recessed lighting may be the right option for your home. They don’t protrude into the room itself and disperse light...

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Power Surges St. Louis Power surges don’t just damage your home—they also can cause your appliances and electronics to fail completely. Generators are great to temporarily power your home, but unfortunately, they will not protect your home when there's a power spike or sag. To avoid the cost of replacing all your appliances and electronics, you should protect your home with a surge protector. Here’s why: Any item with a microprocessor will be affected by a power surge. This means a power surge will damage your cell phones, TVs, computers, microwaves, dishwashers and fridges. Their circuits will fry from large power surges and will degrade over time from lower-level surges, which will make them eventually fully fail. Here are some causes of power surges: Operation of heavy-duty electrical appliances: When appliances like refrigerators, air conditioners, or elevators are turned on and off frequently, they use a large amount of energy. Smaller...
Appliances St. Louis How long does it take for a load of laundry to dry? A large load should take about 45 minutes to dry, on average. If your dryer is taking longer than an average of 1 hour to dry your clothes, then you should have your dryer vents checked. Why do ovens smell bad when they’re cleaning? This is just from the food and grease your oven is burning off. To combat the bad smell, try to ventilate your kitchen more by opening windows. Does storing a refrigerator / freezer in the garage damage it? Damage only occurs if you have a self-defrosting refrigerator or freezer and your garage temperature falls below 50 degrees Fahrenheit. The refrigerator’s or freezer’s oil may thicken and cause premature compression failure. Appliance Repair St. Louis Repair or replace an existing appliance? If you replace your existing appliance with one that is comparable in...

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Generators St. Louis Ever wonder how generators keep your home lit and functioning during power outages? Well then, read on because this blog post is for you. Standby generators always have at-the-ready backup power. They start working only seconds after power loss, with almost no attention from you. Why do generators work so quickly? They require no effort from you. When standby generators are professionally installed and have an automatic transfer switch, they can almost immediately tell when power stops flowing into your home. Then, they automatically transfer power to your standby system. This process is what allows you to have minimal power interruption. Once power is restored, your generator returns to standby mode and your home is transferred back to utility power. It's always good to have your electrical system routinely checked so that it will work when you need it to! How do generators provide so much power? Generators provide power very...
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