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March 2021

What is a Surge Protector & How it Helps With Power Surges?

A modern home is equipped with the latest electronic items for our convenience. But with new electronic devices coming up in the market, different electrical safety concerns are also elevating. The power surge is one of them! It happens when a sudden and acute power spike occurs in the electric connection of your home. […]

February 2021

How to Reset Circuit Breaker?

If your mixer grinder suddenly stopped spinning, thermostat stopped working, or some of your lights went off, the chances are that your circuit breaker got tripped. One of the most apparent signs of circuit breaker tripping is a power failure in a portion of your house or office. It is not a complicated task […]

January 2021

AC vs DC: All You Need To Know

It’s no secret that our lives entirely depend upon electricity. But do you know how the electric current gets to our homes and offices? Electricity flow is a flow of electrons through a wire. This flow is bifurcated into 2 types – alternating current (AC) and direct current (DC).
AC and DC are differentiated based […]

December 2020

Why You Should Avoid Using Plug Adapters?

A plug adapter is a device of convenience. You can use plug adapters to plug your appliances with a three-prong plug into the two-slot electric outlet. They are commonly known as travel adapter, ground plug adapter, and cheater’s plug. People who travel often or people living in old homes usually face this problem. Travellers […]

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    Aluminum Wiring: Is It Hazardous & What To Do If You Have Aluminum Wiring In Your House?

Aluminum Wiring: Is It Hazardous & What To Do If You Have Aluminum Wiring In Your House?

While buying a house, you discuss the interiors, furniture, fixture, and other utilities. But did you ever give a thought to what kind of electrical wiring is spread across your house? Although wrong electrical wiring is a potential life hazard, you often underestimate it.

When was Aluminum Wiring Used?
Electrical wiring is ideally done with copper […]

September 2020

Electrical Wire Color Codes: All You Need To Know

Before starting any wiring project, it is possible to identify the purposes of the different house electrical wiring if you understand the diverse electrical wire colors and their code. These electrical color codes specify the function of each wire in a given circuit. The wiring colors differentiate ideally between the hot, neutral, or ground […]

Arc Fault Breaker/ Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter

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Table of Content

Arc Fault vs. Short Circuit vs. Ground Fault
Common causes of Arc Faults
How does Arc fault circuit Interrupter(AFCI) Breaker/ Receptacles work?
What is an Arc fault breaker?
How to Install an AFCI Breaker?
What is an Arc Fault Circuit Interrupter (AFCI) receptacle?
The Process of Installing an Arc fault […]

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    Electrical Wire Gauge: All About Various Size And Their Usage

Electrical Wire Gauge: All About Various Size And Their Usage

For every electrical need in your house, it is essential to install cables that pass an electrical inspection. These cables will ensure an electrical connection that carries power guardedly. Maintaining high-quality during selection will guarantee a competent circuit system throughout the residence.
Wire Vs. Cable
Typically both wires and cables are the same. The only difference […]

August 2020

Knob and Tube Wiring

There have been a lot of different types of electrical wiring used in houses over the years (well, centuries), and some of them are very different from modern house wiring types. If you come across knob and tube wiring and you aren’t familiar with it, you’ll probably have a ‘what is this?!’ moment.

What is […]

Rewiring a House- How? Cost? When?

Each year, the United States sees over 45,000 home electrical fires and half of these involving home electrical wiring or lighting equipment. Winter months are the most dangerous with home electrical fires peaking from November to March. A fire is no joke, and you should make sure your house’s wiring and electrical systems are […]