Electrical Safety: Back to School Directives

Electrical Safety: Back to School Directives

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety, shock prevention and fire prevention tips with a special focus on back to school and how students can stay safe!

Tips include proper usage of outlets and extension cords as well as safety around power lines; also includes what to do if you get into a car accident with power lines involved.

Be aware of electrical hazards and avoid them as you get back to school; Stay Electrically Safe and Smart!

Special Thanks to Claremoreprogress.com, to The Claremore Daily Progress and to the Grand River Dam Authority for the article, Electric Safety for the new semester.

When your home or business is in need of electrical service or repair, give Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC a call at 214.697.3134 to make an appointment to get that taken care of! We service the Collin County area of North Texas. We look forward to doing business with you!

Electrical Safety: Tips with Stormy Weather

Electrical Safety: Tips with Stormy Weather

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and shock prevention tips with a special focus on stormy weather and how to protect yourself.

Tips include how to prepare before a storm, what to do during the storm and how to recover after a storm, including safety with phones, computers, generators and flooding.

Be prepared and proceed with caution with stormy weather and Stay Electrically Safe and Smart!

Special Thanks to Ocala-news.com, to Ocala Electric Utility and Director, Mike Poucher, and to ESFI for the article, Ocala Electric recognizing National Electrical Safety Month with safety tips.

Computer Protection in Storms

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares important electrical safety tips for your computer during stormy weather with a focus on surge protection and UPS options whether for your business or home computer. Stay Electrically Safe in storms and keep your work safe too!

Special Thanks to Ctcoffsharbour.technologysolved.com.au for the article, Why You Need an Electrical Surge Protector or a UPS.