Blogs in August 2015


Times are changing, and so is technology! If you haven’t gone back-to-school shopping yet, it’s important you know what items will help make your students’ lives a little easier this semester. Remember when you were a kid and school supplies were as basic as a few spiral notebooks and...Continue Reading

Just because you’re out of power, expenses from facilities and employees don’t stop incurring. Forty-eight hours without power can be the difference between success and failure. Fortunately for you, you can prepare for these situations with the help of a commercial generator. More affordable...Continue Reading

Going green is all the rage these days, with a green upside not just for the environment, but for your wallet as well. With the benefit and low cost of today’s LED (light-emitting diode) lighting technology - and your family’s lighting demands using approximately 12 percent of your energy budget...Continue Reading

Scared of the dark? Ditch the security blanket. Outdoor sensor lights are your new BFF (best friend forever). Inexpensive and easy to install, outdoor sensor lights are a great way to beef up the safety and security of your home.

I’ve Got an Outside Light. What’s the Difference...Continue Reading

Electrical safety in the home is a topic that is widely discussed and a legitimate concern for homeowners. There are great preventive measures that are taken to reduce the possibility of an accident with electricity. But, why does the discussion about preventive...Continue Reading

How is your yard looking? If you’ve pulled out all the stops to perfect your garden, installed stone paths and pruned back the trees, you’re undoubtedly proud to admire your garden during the day. Are you disappointed that it all disappears into the darkness at night?...Continue Reading

With the ever-growing transition to solar power usage to provide the needed energy to homes and cities, the United States (U.S.) has installed more solar power in the past two years than in the previous 38 years combined. By early 2014, the U.S. had more than 480,000 solar systems installed,...Continue Reading