The electrical component in every home and business is a necessity and must function properly and of course, safely. Electrical laws and regulations have formed to protect residential and business owners around the world from risks such as property damage and even bodily harm. Using an electrical contractor, provides you the assurance that these trained
What would you consider is the “heart” of your home? Most would arguably agree that it is electricity or better yet, the main electrical panel. Yes, the box (typically) in the basement with all the main controls and breakers that switch to protect your appliances from power surge damage. If your home panel had issues, it could mean no electricity to parts of your home which could mean no electricity in your bathroom, or no electricity to your TV, or perhaps in your kitchen. Wait a minute, that could be good news because then you get the day off from cooking, right? Unless of course it’s your refrigerator that has lost electricity and that’s never a good thing especially when you’ve just completed a grocery run.
And yes, this means without having to invest in a gadget or anything to do so. What’s an easy electricity saving tip? Use your major appliances (washing machines, dryers and dishwashers) during off-peak load times. That’s it! Peak Load times (which are from 7am – 11pm) are the busiest times when many homes consume the most energy. In order for the city to keep up with the energy demands during these Peak Load times, they resort to the use of secondary costly generators which for us; the consumers it means the electricity rate per kilowatt is higher during these hours.