Electrical Safety: Holiday Decorating Hazards to Avoid

Electrical Safety: Holiday Decorating Hazards to Avoid

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety, fire and shock prevention tips with a special focus on holiday decorating to help you prevent getting electrically shocked!

Tips include what types of holiday lights to buy, how to install, ladder safety, and how to avoid overload. Also mentioned is proper maintenance of holiday lights and what to do to avoid electrical shock.

Take care when you decorate this holiday season keeping Safety in mind; Stay Electrically Safe and Smart and enJOY your holiday!

Special Thanks to KTUL.com, to Ashley Ellis and to National Fire Prevention Association for the article, National Fire Prevention Association releases safety tips for holiday decorating.

Electrical Safety: For Your Work Space Comfort

Electrical Safety: For Your Work Space Comfort

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety, shock and fire prevention tips with a special focus on work safety and being comfortable using space heaters in the winter months and how to protect yourself from harm. 

Tips include proper space heater usage including what to purchase, where to put it and what NOT to do with a space heater to prevent fire and injury. 

Always be aware of what you install in your work space and be sure you follow the rules, both for personal and work safety. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart where you work! 

Special Thanks to Safetyandhealthmagazine.com, to Tracy Haas Depa, and to Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI) for the article, Safe guidelines for use: Space heaters. 

Electrical Safety: Ways to Prevent Fires

Electrical Safety: Ways to Prevent Fires

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tips with a special focus on how to prevent fires inside the home and keep yourself free of electrical hazards. 

Tips include how to avoid cooking fires, proper space heater usage, and how to avoid holiday hazards that can lead to fire. 

Being fully present and aware of what you are doing in your home when you are using electrical components can really help toward avoiding electrical hazards that lead to fire. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart in your home and help prevent fires!

Special Thanks to Macon.com, to Michael W Pannell, Sun News Correspondent and to Perry Fire Department Battalion Chief/Fire Marshall, Michael Paull for the article, Do You know what causes most midstate fires? It’s something you most likely do every day. 

Electrical Safety: Fire Hazards You May Have in Your Home

Electrical Safety: Fire Hazards You May Have in Your Home

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tips with a special focus on fire hazards that may be present in your home and what action you can take to prevent them. 

Tips include proper usage of power strips to help prevent overload, proper usage of space heaters, and wiring issues you may have that can cause fires. Prevention of fire could save a life, so be sure you correct issues that may cause fire in your home. 

Stay Electrically Safe and Smart with your home’s electrical components and systems to help prevent fires!

Special Thanks to market.businessinsider.com, to Markets Insider, to Technical Safety BC and to PR Newswire for the article, Do you have these 3 common causes of electrical fire in your home? 

Electrical Safety: Eliminate Hazards for Fire Prevention

Electrical Safety: Eliminate Hazards for Fire Prevention

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tips with a special focus on potential hazards in the home and how you can eliminate them to help prevent fires. 

Tips include proper use and placement of extension cords, proper use of outlets, power cords and space heaters, and when it’s time to call an electrician to prevent hazardous electrical situations that can lead to fire. 

Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner and keep your kids safe too!

Special Thanks to Nebraska.tv., to NTVABC, to Kearney Volunteer Fire Department, the Kearney Volunteer Fire Department Captain, Jeremy Feusner and to Sydney Edwards for the article, KVFD gives tips on electrical fire hazards, how to spot potential issues. 

Electrical Safety: Kid Tips Indoors and Outdoors

Electrical Safety: Kid Tips Indoors and Outdoors

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety, fire and shock prevention tips with a special focus on kids’ safety both indoor and outdoors and what you can do as parents to keep your kids safe. 

Tips include what can be done to avoid overloading outlets and extension cords, proper usage of electrical plugs, power line safety, and what to avoid when outdoor to help prevent electrical shock or even death. 

Take the time to discuss electrical safety with your kids as they head back to school; an electrical education is an important one! 

Stay Electrically Safe and Smart, parents and kids! 

Special Thanks to Heraldextra.com, to Rocky Mountain Power and to Tom Davis, Safety Director at Rocky Mountain Power for the article, Remember electrical safety rules for kids. 

Electrical Safety: Fire Prevention for the College-Bound

Electrical Safety: Fire Prevention for the College-Bound

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tips with a special focus on the College-bound and how students can keep themselves safe and prevent fires in their dorms and beyond. 

Tips include the importance of smoke alarms, how to heat your dorm safely, proper usage of outlets, cords and space heaters, plus awareness of how you’re using electricity to prevent fires every day. 

Stay Electrically Safe and Smart in your College dorm room and beyond! 

Special Thanks to Ironmountaindailynews.com, to The Daily News, and to Michigan Fire Marshall, Kevin Sehlmeyer for the article, Students should be aware of fire safety at college. 

Electrical Safety: College Student Tips to Prevent Fires

Electrical Safety: College Student Tips to Prevent Fires

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tips with a special focus on college students and how they can protect themselves by eliminating fire hazards in their dorms. 

Tips include the importance of smoke alarms, a list of electrical hazards that can start fires, proper usage of space heaters, microwaves, outlets and extension cords. Awareness of what they’re using and how they’re using it is KEY to safety and fire prevention. 

Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a college student and help prevent fires! 

Special Thanks to WILX.com, to WILX10, to State Fire Marshall, Kevin Sehlmeyer for Lansing Michigan and to LARA (Licensing and regulatory affairs) in Lansing, Michigan, for the article, State Fire Marshall urges fire safety for college students. 

Electrical Safety: Outdoor and Indoor Tips for Parents and Kids

Electrical Safety: Outdoor and Indoor Tips for Parents and Kids

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety, shock and fire prevention tips with a special focus on going Back to School and what parents can teach their kids to help prevent accidents, injury or even death at this time of year. Tips include proper outlet, extension cord, electronic and appliance usage, power line safety, outdoor play safety, and where NOT to go to avoid electric shock. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart, parents and teach your kids to stay safe too! 

Special Thanks to KUTV.com, to McKenzie Stauffer, to Tom Davis, Safety Director of Rocky Mountain Power and to Rocky Mountain Power for the article, Back to School Safety: Teaching Children About the Dangers of Electricity. 

Electrical Safety: A Home Review

Electrical Safety: A Home Review

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety, fire  and shock prevention tips with a special focus on a home review and keeping your family safe and healthy. Tips include assessing your home’s electrical system for adequacy, proper usage of extension cords and outlets to help prevent electrical fires, and the importance of GFIs and their protection in your home. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as homeowners! 

Special Thanks to Columbian.com, to The Columbian and to Energy Advisor for the article, Energy advisor: Keep Your Home Safe and Healthy.