Electrical Safety: Appliance Hazards

Electrical Safety: Appliance Hazards

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety and fire prevention tips with a special focus on large appliances and what you can do to avoid an electrical fire. Tips include where and how you should plug in your large appliances and the pitfalls associated with extension cords and power strips. Also included are tips for maintaining electrical appliance cords. We always want to be safe with how we use our electrical products so we can prevent the possibility of fire due to overload. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart with your home appliances!

Special Thanks to wwlp.com, to 22News, to Taylor DiChello, to Springfield Fire Spokesman, Dennis Leger, and to Brian Zippin, owner of Contractors Home Appliances, for the video and article, Protecting Your Home from Electrical Fires Caused by Appliances. 

Electrical Safety: Kids’ and Parents’ Protection

Electrical Safety: Kids’ and Parents’ Protection

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety, fire and shock prevention tips with a special focus on parents and children and how they can help each other stay safe and free of electrical accidents, injuries or worse. Tips include outdoor safety such as power line safety, electronics safety and other tips, and also indoor tips such as outlet safety, cord safety and other tips. This list is sure to be a help, especially with summertime and kids being home from school, so we can all look out for each other to help keep electricity where it belongs. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart, parents and kids! 

Special Thanks to Electrical Safety Authority for the article, Dos and Don’ts to Keep Kids Safe Around Electricity. 

Electrical Safety: Project Pointers

Electrical Safety: Project Pointers

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety, shock prevention and fire prevention tips with a special focus on home improvement projects and how you can stay safe as you work on your abode. Tips include power line safety, proper extension cord usage, GFCI protection, Ladder safety, tree trimming safety, digging safety and safety in wet conditions outdoors. Take care before starting a project and don’t cut corners to safe time since it may put you in harm’s way. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner with your summertime projects!

Special Thanks to SafeElectricity.org for the article, Do-It-Yourselfers, Make Safety and Efficiency a Top Priority. 

Electrical Safety: Outdoor Project Pointers

Electrical Safety: Outdoor Project Pointers

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety, fire and shock prevention tips with a special focus on outdoor projects on and around your home and how you can protect yourself from accidents or even fatalities. Tips include who should do your electrical projects, digging safety, tree trimming safety and power line safety and extension cord usage. Being prepared before you get started on an outdoor home project can make the difference between a beautified home and an accident. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as as a homeowner! 

Special Thanks to Community.nfpa.org, to NFPA, to ESFI, and to Lisa Marie Sinatra for the article, 3 Tips to reduce risk when working on outdoor electrical projects. 

 

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Electrical Safety: Outdoor and Indoor Hazards

Electrical Safety: Outdoor and Indoor Hazards

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety, fire and shock prevention tips with a special focus on how to prevent electrical fires in the home and electrical shock from damaged electrical wiring. Tips include safety with power lines, both above and below ground, electrical hazards that may be present, proper usage of heaters, and kids’ safety with outlets. It’s all about awareness and knowing what is dangerous and how to use electricity safely and protect yourself and your loved one from electrical hazards. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart both indoors and outdoors!

Special Thanks to NCTV17.com, Alyssa Bochenek, John Flannery, and Karyn Charvat for the article and video report, Electrical Safety Month in Naperville. 

Electrical Safety: A Comprehensive Home Checklist

Electrical Safety: A Comprehensive Home Checklist

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety, shock and fire prevention tips with a special focus on the whole house so you can check for any electrical hazards that may be present and have them corrected by a licensed electrician to help prevent accidents, injuries and fires. Tips include proper use of outlets, appliances, heaters, extension cords, as well as the appropriate type of outlets in the kitchen and bathroom. You can educate yourself on your home’s electrical components and be more aware of how you use your electrical goods and do so safely. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart as a homeowner! 

Special Thanks to Circuit.Entergy.com and to Energy Customers for the article, Room by Room: Home Electrical Safety. 

Electrical Safety: Cord and Appliance Cautions

Electrical Safety: Cord and Appliance Cautions

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety, fire prevention and shock prevention tips with a special focus on appliance usage and extension cord usage. Tips include ways to avoid overload and overheating that can lead to fire, both with appliances and extension cords. Also mentioned is the proper placement and usage of extension cords as well as proper maintenance of all electrical wiring. How we use our appliances and take care of them can make all the differences in reducing the possibility of fires and when we are careful about where we put our extension cords, we can lower the risk of damage and fires. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart with your appliance and electrical cord usage!

Special Thanks to WWLP.com, to 22News, to Tashanea Whitlow, to NFPA and to Lieutenant CJ Bartone fo the West Springfield Fire Department for the article, Electrical Safety Month Tips. 

Electrical Safety: Outlets for Your Protection

Electrical Safety: Outlets for Your Protection

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety, shock and fire prevention tips with a special focus on specific outlets that provide special protection to keep you safe in your home. Tips include the description of GFCIs and AFCIs  and how they work and what they do to protect you very specifically. Also included are links for more information about these devices so you can be in the know about how your home’s electrical system can work on your behalf to keep you safe. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart with the outlets in your home! 

Special Thanks to Community.NFPA.org, to NFPA, to ESFI, and to Lisa Marie Sinatra for the article, The ABCs of AFCIs and GFCIs: Your Protection from Home Electrocution. 

Electrical Safety: Power Strip Pointers

Electrical Safety: Power Strip Pointers

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety, fire prevention and shock prevention tips with a special focus on power and surge protector strips for plugging in multiple power cords and what you can do to use them safely. Tips include proper purchase (what type is best to buy for the most protection), proper placement to help avoid overload, how to plug them in to avoid overheating, proper maintenance and when you should replace it. Every device we use in our homes or offices should be used with care and awareness in order to avoid electrical accidents, injuries or even shock leading to death. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart with your electrical power strip usage!

Special Thanks to RedRiverMutual.com and to Red River Mutual for the article and PDF download, Surge Protection-Power Bar Safety. 

Electrical Safety: How to Protect Your Home

Electrical Safety: How to Protect Your Home

Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC shares electrical safety, fire prevention and shock prevention tips with a special focus on electrical hazards that may be present and how to properly use the electrical components in your home to avoid shock and fire. Tips include proper appliance use, the protection AFCIs and GFCIs provide, electrical cord safety, and specific electrical hazards to look out for with breakers, light switches, outlets, appliances and lights. Awareness of your home’s electrical system and its components can help you stay educated and safe by implementing action steps to prevent electrical shock and fire. Stay Electrically Safe and Smart in your home!

Special Thanks to TheDailyNewsonline.com, to City of Batavia Fire Department and Fire Chief, Stefano Napolitano, and to NFPA and ESFI for the article, Batavia Firefighters Offer Electrical Safety Tips.