Blog Posts in DIY Projects

Throughout your home, you will have different electrical needs. As a result, you might find yourself with a room that has switches in a spot where an outlet would be far more practical. If you’re not a trained electrician, it’s easy not to know what you can and can’t do when it comes to the...Continue Reading

Your shed most likely can have electricity, which can add functionality and even resale value to your property. As helpful as having lights, heat, and outlets in your shed can be, running electricity to a shed can be a big undertaking. Before you get started, there are a few important things to...Continue Reading

Whether you’re an electrician or a handy homeowner, multimeters are excellent tools to keep on hand. However, they can be difficult to use unless you’ve had some training and know what you’re doing. In this article, we’ll look at how to test for both AC and DC voltage using a multimeter. Even...Continue Reading

Working with electricity can be scary and intimidating if you don’t have any previous electrical experience. There may be times when you’re experiencing electrical problems with an outlet or light fixture and you need to test for electrical current. While using an electrical tester might sound...Continue Reading

Humans are capable of many incredible things, but nobody’s an expert at everything. It takes years of training and experience to master something as complicated as electrical installation, repair and replacements. So, it’s always smart to count on experts to help you with the home electrical...Continue Reading

An outdoor kitchen can be huge benefit and even add value to your home. However, many people spend a considerable amount of time deciding how they want their outdoor kitchen to look and function, but they don’t give much thought to the electrical features it will need to function efficiently....Continue Reading

Knowing which areas of your home are serviced by which circuit breakers is crucial in case of an emergency. You never know when you might need to shut off the power. Labeling your electrical panel can save time and confusion during a crisis.

If you open your electrical panel and can’t...Continue Reading

By: Maddie Ogletree

Your spring renovation isn’t complete without a functionality update for your electrical outlets. Standard outlets just won’t cut it anymore when it comes to powering your home and electronics....Continue Reading

Electrical outlets are likely found in every room of your home, which presents a constant safety risk if you have small children. According to the National Fire Protection Agency, approximately 2,400 children each year suffer...Continue Reading

Looking to create the perfect romantic Valentine’s Day atmosphere for your sweetheart? The best and simplest way to create a romantic atmosphere is with lights!

Let Your Love Shine with These Valentine's Day Inspired Lighting Ideas

Add Ambiance with a Dimmer

Adding...Continue Reading