Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares some terrific tips for your electrical safety in 2014 from ESFI regarding removal of Christmas decorations and a comprehensive list of what to look for in your home to keep electrically safe all year long including outlets, equipment and system maintenance. Stay Electrically Safe in your New Year as a homeowner!
Special Thanks to Digitaljournal.com and to ESFI for the article, ESFI urges the public to commit to electrical safety in 2014.
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares these important electrical safety tips for fire prevention in association with students and their dorms, whether holding a party, using electrical equipment, or cooking, these tips can be a life-saver! Stay Electrically Safe on Campus!
Special Thanks to VernonMorningStar.com for the article, Fire Safety Encouraged for Post-Secondary Students.
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares this important information concerning when bad weather hits and flooding occurs in your home and what to do with electrical equipment, appliances and portable generators when they have gotten wet. Stay Electrically Safe in bad weather!
Special Thanks to Newswire.ca and Kara Fraser of Electrical Safety Authority for the article, Electrical Safety Tips for When Flooding and Stormy Weather Hit.
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares tips on electrical hazards in connection with air conditioners and other equipment with a focus on proper wiring and outlets to help prevent fires. Stay Electrically Safe this summer!
Special Thanks to Camarillo Acorn.com and North American Precis Syndicate Inc. and ESFI for the article, Summer Safety Sense.
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares these lightning-related tips with a focus on indoor and outdoor cautions, especially regarding use of appliances and electrically-related products during a storm. Stay Electrically Safe!
Special Thanks to AJC (Atlanta Journal-Constitution) and to the Federal Alliance for Safe Homes for the article, Tips on Lightning Safety.
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares this news story on the dangers of lightning both outdoors and indoors with focus on being aware when there is a storm on the horizon since this is the time of year for unexpected lightning strikes. Stay Electrically Safe!
Special Thanks to Tallahassee.com and to Karl Etters for the article, Stay Safe: It’s Peak Time for Lightning.
Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares these vitally important electrical safety tips in regards to severe weather with a focus on submerged electrical equipment and usage after a storm. Be sure to heed these warnings for your safety. Stay Electrically Safe in all weather conditions!
Special Thanks to Fire Engineering.com and ESFI for providing the article, ESFI Launches Comprehensive Severe Weather Safety Resources.