Electrical Safety: Proper Procedures for Homeowners with Flooding

Electrical Safety: Proper Procedures for Homeowners with Flooding

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and shock prevention tips with a special focus on homeowners dealing with the aftermath of hurricanes and flooding and how they can best protect themselves with their electrical systems in their home. Tips include proper generator usage and how to handle electrical appliances to avoid electrical shock. Also included are tips for recovering electrical components in your home’s electrical system after flooding and taking serious precaution when returning home after evacuation concerning the possibility of electrical hazards. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as you recover from a hurricane and it’s aftermath in your home! 

Special Thanks to PRWeb.com and to Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI) for the article, ESFI Promotes Electrical Safety Tips for Victims of Hurricane Irma and Harvey.

 

Electrical Safety: Appliances and Recovery from Water Damage

Electrical Safety: Appliances and Recovery from Water Damage

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and shock prevention tips with a special focus on appliances and determining usability after flooding and water damage and what you can do to protect yourself from electrical shock post flood. Tips include how to assess appliance safety after flooding, the proper procedure to for disconnection to prevent electrical shock, and how to know when appliances need replacing. Always proceed with caution and take extra steps for safety when dealing with electricity and water to help protect yourself from hazardous shock that can be fatal. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart after the flood!

Special Thanks to Businesswire.com, to Business Wire, to Greg Crite, Manager of the Technical Assistance Group for GE Appliances, and to GE Appliances for the article, How to Assess Appliance Safety After Hurricane Harvey. 

Electrical Safety: Products and Power Lines Post Storm

Electrical Safety: Products and Power Lines Post Storm

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and shock prevention tips with a special focus on dealing with recovery after severe weather and what you can do to protect yourself from electrical shock in the process. Tips include electrical safety and proper usage of portable generators, power line safety, as well as the issue of recovering your appliances if they have been damaged in the storm from flooding. Awareness and cautionary action is key to protect yourself from possible electric shock, which can be fatal. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as you recover from severe weather both inside your home and in your neighborhood. 

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC encourages extreme caution during the after math of recent Hurricanes, both Harvey and Irma, in Texas and Florida and offers condolence to those who are experiencing great loss. 

Special Thanks to Markets.businessinsider.com, Markets Insider, PR Newswire, and to US Consumer Product Safety Commission for the article, Keep  Safe with Hurricane Irma. 

Electrical Safety: Fire Facts for Students

Electrical Safety: Fire Facts for Students

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tips with a special focus on students and the possibility of preventing fires in their dorms and how they can protect themselves in the face of fire. Tips include facts about fires and how to respond if there is a fire in their space, proper usage of outlets and electrical cords, the importance of smoke alarms plus cooking tips and other directives for keeping student’s dorm safe and free of fires. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart, Students! 

Special Thanks to Orangetownnews.com, to Orange Town News, and to Orange Fire Marshall’s Office for the article, September is “Campus Fire Safety Month.” 

 

Electrical Safety: Awareness and Action is Key

Electrical Safety: Awareness and Action is Key

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tips with a special focus on electrical hazards that can be avoided in your home or business. Tips include proper use of outlets and appliances as well as the proper usage, placement and maintenance of electrical extension cords to help prevent fires. Also mentioned are the protection of GFCIs as well as proper purchase of electrical goods and repairs when needed. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner and business owner to help avoid electrical hazards and fires!

Special Thanks to AcadiaInsurance.com, to Acadia Insurance and to Jim Mulligan for the article, 9 Electrical Safety Tips to Help Protect Homes and Businesses. 

Electrical Safety: Caution with Damaged Home Contents

Electrical Safety: Caution with Damaged Home Contents

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and shock prevention tips with a special focus on recovering from the aftermath of a storm that causes flooding and what you can do to protect yourself from electrical shock with your home’s electrical system. Tips include power line safety, proper procedure for having the electric turned back on in your home or business, and dealing with damaged appliances to avoid electric shock. Proceed with caution and Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner dealing with flooding! 

Special Thanks to FBHerald.com, to Fort Bend Herald, to CenterPoint Energy and to Alan Spears, Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management for the article, Electric Company offers safety tips for storm aftermath. 

Electrical Safety: Fire Prevention Preparedness

Electrical Safety: Fire Prevention Preparedness

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tips with a special focus on smoke alarms and how they can protect you in case of fire. Tips include the main cause of home fire deaths, the importance of smoke alarms and why having working batteries is so important, how often to change your smoke alarm batteries and how often to change your smoke alarms to be sure your fire prevention in your home is in proper working order for your fire protection benefit. Also mentioned are type of fire extinguishers and how to use one if you need to. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner to help protect your and your loved ones from fire! 

Special Thanks to DailyTidings.com, to Ashland Daily Tidings, to Terri Eubanks, Ashland Fire and Rescue Community Preparedness Coodinator, to Mayor Bill de Blasio, and to National Fire Protection Association for the article, Fire Safety: Defend Your Home. 

Electrical Safety: Post Storm Cautions

Electrical Safety: Post Storm Cautions

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and shock prevention tips with a special focus on storms and their aftermath and how to handle the recovery process in your home and protect yourself from electrical shock. Tips include how to handle appliances post storm, what to do if your basement is flooded, plus other essential tips to help you in getting your home back in order properly, safely and efficiently. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart when the storm is over!

Special Thanks to theweathernetwork.com and to Public Safety Canada for the article, After the Outage: 7 Tips for When the Power Comes Back On. 

Electrical Safety: Lightning Cautions

Electrical Safety: Lightning Cautions

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and shock prevention tips with a special focus on storms and lightning dangers and how you can protect yourself from electric shock. Tips include how to protect yourself around electrical devices, phones and other sources of power when lightning is in the vicinity and when it is safe to go outdoors again. Also mentioned is what you should do if someone is hit by lightning. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart when storms are in your neighborhood!

Special Thanks to SafeElectricity.org for the article, Stay Safe From Lightning-When Thunder Roars, Go Indoors! 

Electrical Safety: Student Savvy at Home and on Campus

Electrical Safety: Student Savvy at Home and on Campus

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and shock prevention tips with a special focus on students going back to school and how they can protect themselves from electric shock both on campus and at home. Tips include safety with electrical outlets, the protection of GFCIs, proper usage of power strips, cell phones, and extension cords as well as outdoor safety around swimming pools and power lines and where NOT to play to prevent electrical shock. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart, kids, and listen to your parent’s warnings about electrical hazards! 

Special Thanks to WHIO.com and to Dayton Power and Light Company for the article, Talk Safety to Your Kids as They Head Back to School.