Electrical Safety: For You and Your Home Products During a Storm
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and shock prevention tipswith a special focus on thunderstorms and how you can protect yourself and your electrical components in your home from damage. Tips include how to prepare for a storm and how to protect yourself from downed power lines after the storm passes. Prevention of shock can be possible if you choose to handle your electronics with care. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart before, during and after thunderstorms!
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Electrical Safety: Associated Hazards During Storms
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and shock prevention tips with a special focus on Hurricanes and the associated hazards that can be present and how to avoid them. Tips include specific actions to take with storms, both before and after, smoke alarm maintenance, proper usage of extension cords, generator installation and usage, and what to do with appliances if they get wet during the storm. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart during Hurricane Season and be prepared!
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Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and shock prevention tips with a special focus on severe weather and the electrical hazards associated with downed power lines and what you can do to avoid electric shock. Tips include what to do when power lines are down in your neighborhood after severe weather. Always proceed with caution so you don’t end up walking in and not being able to walk out. Power lines are powerfully dangerous and must be treated as such. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart when severe weather hits where you live!
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Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and shock prevention tipswith a special focus on storms and how to stay safe before, during and after a storm, whether it be typical or severe in nature. Tips include safety with power lines to avoid electrical shock, safety with generators when the power goes out, and safety with appliances in order to avoid shock and handle them post storm. Always proceed with caution when it comes to dealing with anything electrical in association with stormy weather so you can be prepared and prevent accident, injury or even fatality. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner when it’s stormin’ outside!
Special Thanks to RedBluffDailyNews.com, to PG&E and to Pat Hogan, Senior Vice President of Electric Operations for the article, Utility Offers Tips for Storm Safety.
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tips with a special focus on the risks associated with cold weather and how to prepare for it without injury to yourself or your home. Tips include ways to use a space heater to avoid electrical fires and what not to do to decrease the risk of injury or fire. It pays to pay attention to proper usage of space heaters so you can stay safe and warm when it’s cold outside. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart during these colder winter months!
Special Thanks to 13WMAZ.com, to WMAZ and to ESFI for the article and video news report, Ways to protect your home from the cold weather.
Electrical Safety: Space Heater Hazards and How to Avoid Them
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tips with a special focus on space heaters during this wintry time of year and what you can do to avoid electrical and fire hazards with space heater use. Tips include proper purchase, placement, usage and cautions about space heaters and the electrical hazards associated with improper usage. Tips also include what not to do with the heater to avoid electrical fires and to keep pets and children safe. Being aware of the hazards can go a long way to prevention of accidents and fires when using space heaters. So, stay warm with the risk! Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner with your space heater usage this winter!
Special Thanks to TheWashingtonPost.com, The Washington Post, to Jura Koncius, Brett Brenner, President of ESFI, and to Jill Notini, Vice President of the Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers for the article, Five Things You Should Know About Space Heaters.
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tips with a special focus on inside your home and what you can do to avoid injury or fire as a homeowner. Tips include proper usage and cautionary measures with heat producing large and small appliances, the benefit and protection of AFCIs, and proper usage of electrical cords to prevent overheating. When you take the time to be aware of the possible fire hazards in your home and take action to remedy them, you will greatly reduce the risk of electrical fires in the home. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner when those temperatures dip!
Special Thanks to Vicksburgpost.com, to The Vicksburg Post, to Terri Cowart Frazier, and to Vicksburg Fire Chief, Craig Danczyk for the article, Fire Chief advises fire safety during cold spell.
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: Hazards to Avoid after the Storm
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety, fire and shock prevention tips with a special focus on avoiding contact with dangerous and hazardous scenarios after stormy weather that knocks out power and causes damage to your home’s contents and what you can do to stay safe. Tips include proper generator usage to avoid hazardous fumes, how to properly handle appliances with a generator, safety with power lines and how to deal with the electrical items in your home after the storm. Be careful, cautious and Stay Electrically Safe and Smart after the storm!
Special Thanks to PalmBeachPost.com, to Palm Beach Post and to Eliot Kleinberg, Palm Beach Post Staff Writer for the article, Hurricane Irma: What Not To Do While Your Electrical Power Is Out.
Electrical Safety: Avoid Shock After Stormy Weather`
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety, fire and shock prevention tipswith a special focus on recovering from severe weather and flooding and how you can protect yourself from electrical shock. Tips include proper generator usage and when you need a licensed electrician, proper appliance handling and safety around power lines with trees and ladder usage. Be aware of your surroundings, take extra precautions in the face of recovery to protect yourself from electrical hazards and possible fire. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner after the storm!
Special Thanks to News-journalonline.com for the article, Electrical Safety after Hurricane Irma.