The Importance of Entry and Exit Light Switches

The Importance of Entry and Exit Light Switches

Put Switches at Each Entry or Exit Spot It is worth mentioning that, when drafting your home electrical and lighting plan, you should consider adding light switches at each entry and exit location; doing so will make it easy to brighten both the interior and exterior of your home. Some entry and exit places include…

The Bell Need Not Always Toll

The Bell Need Not Always Toll

There is a more secure way to prevent a doorbell from waking you or your children than placing a “Do Not Disturb” sign on the door. You can include an on/off switch in your home electrical and lighting plan to give you a higher degree of control. This lets you regulate noise during naptime or…

Switching Up Your Stairwell

Switching Up Your Stairwell

Having proper lighting in just the right places in your home can make your day-to-day activities safer and simpler. Many home electrical and lighting plan solutions, such as illuminating walkways, can seem too costly, but they might be more attainable than you think. Just like on an airplane or in a movie theater, lights can…

Stay Connected to the Outdoors

Stay Connected to the Outdoors

Are you looking to spend more time outside without having to power down? Now you can have the best of both worlds by including weatherproof outlets and USB ports in your home electrical and lighting plan. Weatherproof outlets hold up against wet and messy conditions, so you can place them in your patio area or…

Spotlight Your Kitchen Work

Spotlight Your Kitchen Work

Cooking is a detail-oriented task that requires sufficient lighting. In addition to windows and ceiling lights, including under-cabinet lighting to your home electrical and lighting plan can increase visibility the next time you are cooking. Lighting options are customizable to suit your needs and the decor of your kitchen. Lighting Options Abound There is more…

Save Energy and Money With LED Lighting

Save Energy and Money With LED Lighting

Traditional lightbulbs are being seen less and less often in homes, and there’s more to the LED lighting trend than simply switching out bulbs. Home electrical upgrades that include LED lighting are far more energy-efficient, making them a better choice for most homes. LED lights provide a better quality of lighting as they are brighter…

If You Think Radon Testing is Too Expensive, Think Again.

If You Think Radon Testing is Too Expensive, Think Again.

When it comes to radon remediation and testing, you’re bound to hear that it’s too expensive and takes too long. Unfortunately, these common myths might turn some homeowners away. The truth is that short term testing isn’t expensive at all. In fact, some test kits are only $15. Additionally, it only takes about two to…

Powered Toilets? Yes!

Powered Toilets? Yes!

When you think of necessary locations for electrical outlets in your home, you most likely include your kitchen in your home electrical and lighting plan, in order to power appliances. Likewise, you also probably think of the family room so you can have lights and power for appliances such as televisions and stereos. Bedrooms, also,…

Clean Beauty and Necessary Power for Your Kitchen

If the kitchen is the heart of the home, you want it to be welcoming, with room for all. You may dream of a convenient, uncluttered kitchen. You need the necessary tools to be in their place, organized and within easy reach of outlets. Yet as utilitarian as a kitchen needs to be, you also…

Installing a Fan Will Make You a Fan

Getting ready for a big night out takes preparation, starting with the long shower and ending with the just-right clothes. Sometimes transitioning from a steamy bathroom to a closed-in closet feels like a walk underwater. If you like to get cool before you get dressed, consider updating your home electrical and lighting plan to include…