Electrical Safety: Pool Problems

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares an electrical safety new story featuring pool wiring done by a lice nsed electrician and pulling a permit when required and the dangers of electrical shock that can take place when the electrical wiring is done in a shoddy manner. Pool Problems can be a serious hazard, even causing fatalities if the shock is severe enough. Be sure to have a licensed electrician take care of your pool’s electrical wiring. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner.

Special Thanks to Local10.com and to Roger Lohse for the article, Shoddy Electrical Work Lead to 3 Kids injuries at a pool in Hialeah.

Electrical Safety: Fires and Fatalities with DIY

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety statistics and cautions in regards to folks who attempt DIY electrically related projects in their homes. It is always best to hire a qualified electrician to do electrically related jobs in your home to protect you from electrocution and possible fire related hazards whether you’re doing home improvements or repairs. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner and follow these cautions.

Special Thanks to ESFI for the article, Do It Yourself (DIY) Electrical Safety.

Electrical Safety: Accident Prevention!

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety information to help prevent accidents and injuries in your home, such as electrical shock or burns as well as prevention of fire with fatalities as a possibility. Also included is a focus on AFCIs, GFCIs and Tamper Resistant Receptacles (TRRs), which can all give you further electrical safety and fire prevention in your home. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner!

Special Thanks to Publicpower.com, to Florida Municipal Electric Association and to Carly Mertz for the article, Protect Your Home from Electrical Accidents.

Electrical Safety: Halt Home Fires!

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety tips for fire prevention with a focus on statistical fatalities and proper use of extention cords and outlet safety. There are many signs you can look out for that can help keep you aware of possible fire hazards in your home; with this information, you’ll know where to look and what not to do with your electrical equipment to help avoid fires. Also included are information about AFCIs and GFCIs for your electrical protection. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner.

Special Thanks to Wlfi.com and to Alexandra Kruczek for the article, Protect Your Home Against Electrical Fires.

Electrical Safety: Awareness and Follow Up

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety tips to help keep hazards out of your home with a focus on awareness, upkeep and follow up with potential problems you may run into such as tripping breakers, worn out wiring or improper use of extension cords that can lead to electrical shock or fire. When we stay aware and do what is necessary to eliminate these potential hazards, we can save lives! Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner!

Special Thanks to Red River Mutual for the video, Electrical Safety.

Electrical Safety: Share the Resources!

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety information that can give you a clue into the level of electrical safety in your home and help you determine what hazards may be existing that you may not already be aware of. Several topics include Electrical Code, the difference between AFCIs and GFCIs and how they protect you, plus an electrical safety quiz that will give you an idea of how informed you are in this important area. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart and share what you know and learn with friends and family!

Special Thanks to ESFI.org for the information provided with ESFI kicks off National Electrical Safety Month with Launce of “Electrical Safety Illustrated.”

Electrical Safety: Spring Activities

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety tips with being outdoors engaged in spring-related activities, whether for work or play, with a focus on being aware of potential electrical hazards and staying safe. Looking up and looking down, whether doing repairs on your home or looking to dig, is essential for your electrical safety. Also proper use and maintenance and upkeep of your electrical equipment is essential for prevention of electrical shock or fire. Taking precautions and following safety guidelines can make all the difference in your spring-time experience. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner for a Super Spring!

Special Thanks to Heraldextra.com and to Rocky Mountain Power for the article, Spring Cleaning, outdoor activites require attention to electrical safety.

Electrical Safety: Electrical Hazard Awareness

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares Top 10 Electrical Safety Hazards coinciding with National Electrical Safety Month, with a focus on outdoor activities, such as repair work near power lines and playtime for the kids; also noted are possible indoor hazards with outlets and the advantages of GFCIs in your home electrical system to prevent electrical shock. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner and follow these cautions!

Special Thanks to MarketWatch.com, to PR Newswire and to PG&E for the article, PG&E Promotes Awareness About Electrical Hazards during National Electrical Safety Month.