Electrical Safety: “Back to the Basics”

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety tips to prevent electrical hazards in your home, especially if you have a lot of electrical equipment in an older home; it’s easy to create an overload that can cause fires and other electrical hazards. Whether it’s your computer, extension cords or power strips, take care to use them properly to eliminate fire hazards. Also offered are tips for outdoor play with your kids and outdoor work in the yard to keep you safe from electric shock. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner!

Special Thanks to Ccecblog.com, to North Dakota Living Magazine, and to Cass County Electric Cooperative for the ariticle, May is National Electrical Safety Month.

Electrical Safety: Smoke Alarm Savvy

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares a thorough review of the importance and different types of smoke/fire alarms that are required to be installed in your standard residential home, Also shared are where they should be located and how you can benefit from a in-home inspection to be sure you are properly protected. Maintaining your alarms is vitally important to keep them in proper working order. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a Homeowner!

Special Thanks to SolidStateInspections.ca and to James Bell for the article, Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarms.

Electrical Safety: When Disaster Strikes!

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety tips in regards to flooding, earthquakes and wildfires and what you can do to stay safe no matter when or where disaster strikes, with a focus on utility connections and electrical product safety damage and assessment both during and after the disaster. It’s hard to know what to do first when you’re in an emergency situation; so this information can help to prepare you for these situations. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart in any kind of weather; it helps to be prepared and have a plan!

Special Thanks to BCHydro.com for this article, Earthquakes, Wildfires and Floods.

Electrical Safety: Spring and Summer Seasons

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares comprehensive fire safety lists that cover many dimensions of activity for spring and summer including electrical safety equipment such as smoke alarms and extension cords, covering activities and equipment both indoors and outdoors. Also covered are maintenance of seasonal homes for electrical safety and fire prevention. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart during these spring and summer seasons so you can have fun and peace of mind!

Special Thanks to Oafc.on.ca for the article, Spring and Summer Fire Safety Tips.

Electrical Safety: Maintain Your Boat

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares an off-season list of proper electrical maintenance for your boat to keep you and others electrically safe, with a focus on circuits and connections and several other items that require a maintenance check. Just like the electrical system in your home needs maintenance and upkeep to stay electrically safe, so does your boat. Be Electrically Safe and Smart as a boat owner and be ready so you can enjoy the season!

Special Thanks to Onthewater.com for the article, Off Season Boat Maintenance.

Electrical Safety: Possible Pool Problems

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety information in regards to pool wiring systems that can help prevent deadly electrical shock with focus on the 12 volt continuous grounded system versus a possibly deadly 120 volt system that may not be grounded. It is vitally important to be sure that your pool’s wiring is done properly by a licensed electrician and that it’s properly grounded to help avoid deadly electric shock. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner and pool owner.

Special Thanks to Miami.cbslocal.com, to Gary Nelson and to Walter Sanders for the article, Pool Electrocutions Highlights Wiring Safety Issues.

Energy Efficiency: An Appliance Audit!

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares some energy saving tips that can help you determine what action you can take with your appliances to curtain your electricity costs and implement proper usage with the best choices of appliances you can have in your home. Unplugging an appliance when not in use is a great way to save energy, and our resource today shares a list of appliances you can take action with today! Stay Electrically Safe and Smart by saving money with your appliances in your home!

Special Thanks to Cirtceleelectric.com and to David M. Specht for the post, Saving Money by unplugging Appliances.

Electrical Safety Video: Rules for Fire Safety for Kids!

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares this fun Fire Prevention video for Kids with a focus on fire safety, with both prevention of fires by keeping working smoke alarms in the home as well as what to do if you’re in a fire. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart, Kids!

Special Thanks to Novus Security for the video, Fire Safety Song for Kids.

Electrical Safety: Watch Out For Flooding!!

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares vitally important electrical safety information in regards to flooding possibilities in your home. Always remember that when water is present where electrical outlets or systems are being directly effected, to take serious precautions to avoid electrical shock or fatality! Included in our resource are specific steps and tips to follow in regards to flooding in your home. Be sure to follow these guidelines; they can save your life! Stay Electrically Safe and Smart!

Special Thanks to DigitalJournal.com and to Canada Newswire for the article, Ontario Flooding: Water and Electricity are a Lethal Mix!

Electrical Safety: Cautions for Older Homeowners

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares an electrical safety list with a focus on older adult homeowners so they can be informed on what to look for and how to keep their homes’ electrical system properly maintained, showing reasons for home inspections and the recommendations for GFCI and AFCI and smoke alarms. Older Adults can be more at risk for potential electrical problems and fire hazards. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner!

Special Thanks to ESFI for the article, Home Electrical Safety Tips for Older Adults.