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GENERATOR MAINTENANCEby Tina • July 19th, 2018


Once your new Automatic Standby Generator is installed, you will have peace of mind that you will never be inconvenienced by a power outage again. In order to ensure safe and reliable operation, general maintenance will need to be performed. This is the most important one. We go over the entire mechanical and electrical portion of the generator to make sure everything during the break in period is working the way it should. We change the oil and oil filter, check and gap the spark plugs, check all functions of the generator, and test to ensure it works properly.



Steeple Light Installationby Amie Allen • April 4th, 2016

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Home Generator Installationby Amie Allen • July 9th, 2015



Photocell Lightingby Amie Allen • October 11th, 2014

Why not enhance your deck with some outdoor lighting!

Why not enhance your deck with some outdoor lighting!

By installing outdoor fixtures equipped with a Photocell, you can save money and energy. Fixtures that are equipped with a Photocell will turn on and off at the appropriate time leaving the homeowner without the responsibility to remember to flip a switch, ensuring that your lights will not only operate during daylight hours but will also be on when you arrive home in the evening. Outdoor lighting is also a great way to enhance your homes security. So don’t be left in the dark daylight savings is only a few weeks away!!!

Safety issues with old wiring?by Amie Allen • September 19th, 2014

Should You Replace Old Wiring?

If an outlet is ungrounded, it should be updated, if it only accommodates two-prong plugs. Even knob and tube wiring that dates back to the early 20th century—isn’t inherently dangerous, but unless you were around when the house was built, you can’t be sure the electrical system is up to code. Plus, materials such as wire insulation can deteriorate over time.

Faulty wiring is the leading cause of residential fires and the older your house is, the greater the chances that old wiring might be outdated or unsafe.

If you don’t know the condition of your wiring give us a call at 401-397-3415 we can send one of our service technicians out to take a look.

Warning signs of outdated, old wiring
•Breakers trip or fuses blow regularly.
•A tingling sensation when you touch a wall switch, appliance, or receptacle.
•Dimming and flickering lights.
•A burning smell in a particular room or from an appliance.
•Discolored outlets and switch plates that are warm to the touch.
•Ungrounded outlets throughout the house (ungrounded outlets accommodate only two-prong plugs).
•A lack of ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) outlets in your bathrooms, your kitchen, and other areas that may be exposed to damp and wet conditions.
•Your house was built more than 40 years ago.

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