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5 Characteristics of a Good Electrician

Monday, June 3rd, 2019

When you’re looking for a reputable electrician in Auburn, WA to perform repairs or services in your home, you might run into what’s called “choice overload.” This is the phenomenon of having so many available options that it becomes difficult to choose anything at all. This is quite common nowadays since a simple internet search for “electrician” can give you so many results.

However, you can severely reduce the pain of choice overload by narrowing down your options. There are several “good signs” that an electrician can possess that can assure you they’re the real deal, such as their credentials, the way they present themselves, and the services they offer.

You should remove any electrician from your list who doesn’t have these qualities:

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5 Reasons to Avoid DIY Electrical Work

Monday, May 6th, 2019

electricianWho can resist a fun do-it-yourself project?

But unless you’re a retired electrician, you’re not going to feel 100% confident in your DIY electrical work. No matter how in-depth that online guide or video was, it’s no substitute for the electrical needs presented by your home. Plus, several other factors could influence the work that needs to be done on your home.

The problem with faulty electrical work is that it doesn’t always present itself immediately. It might take repeated use of the system before the faulty work ends up creating a problem.

To give yourself true peace of mind—not just temporarily—we suggest nothing less than working with a professional electrician in Olympia, WA.

Here are 5 reasons why:

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What to Know About Carbon Monoxide Leaks and Detectors

Monday, November 19th, 2018

co-detectorCarbon monoxide leaks are the silent killer in your home. So that’s why you’ll most commonly hear carbon monoxide detectors being brought up in conversations about gas furnaces.

But the truth is that you need a carbon monoxide detector in your home for any natural gas-using appliance in your home, such as water heaters, ovens, and stoves.

In this post, we’ll clear the air on carbon monoxide leaks, as well as how to ensure that your carbon monoxide detectors are working properly.

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