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    McKinney, TX 75070
  • 214-697-3134

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Electrical Safety: Fire Starters Part 2

August 20th, 2020
Welcome back to our new Fire Starter Series here at Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC! The purpose of this new series is to clue you in on different scenarios that could potentially start a fire, so you can reduce or eliminate the possibility of fire…

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Electrical Safety: Being Proactive Part 8

June 26th, 2020
We have come to the final post of our Electrical Safety Series on Being Proactive here at Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC. So far we have done a tour of the home, looking for electrical hazards to avoid, starting with Part 1 and 2 in the…

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Electrical Safety: When You’re on the Outside

June 11th, 2020
As temps warm up and summer is on the horizon, you may be thinking about spending more time outdoors, choosing to relax with the breeze blowing on your face and perhaps enjoying some social time with friends and family. But with outdoor…

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Electrical Safety: Being Proactive Part 7

May 27th, 2020
Hello and welcome back to our Electrical Safety Series on Being Proactive here at Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC! We’ve been doing a tour of the home, looking for the possibility of electrical hazards to avoid. If you’d like to check out the…

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Electrical Safety: Check It At Least Once!

May 7th, 2020
For those of who you may not be aware, May is National Electrical Safety Month, a time where information about how to Stay Electrically Safe and Smart is of all importance, bringing attention to the necessity of being aware of electrical…

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Electrical Safety: Being Proactive Part 6

May 1st, 2020
Welcome back to our Electrical Safety Series on Being Proactive here at Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC. We have been doing a home tour looking for electrical hazards in the different rooms, starting with the bathroom with Part I and II, then on to…

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Electrical Safety: Being Proactive Part 5

April 15th, 2020
Welcome back to Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC’s Electrical Safety Series on Being Proactive! We’ve been doing a tour of the home, looking out for potential electrical hazards that can lead to electrical fires and electric shock, and what you…

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Electrical Safety: When Home Becomes Your Office

April 2nd, 2020
For those of us who have a home office, we may not necessarily think directly about electrical safety or the electrical hazards that may be present in the space where we work. And for those of us who haven’t had a home office and are suddenly…

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Electrical Safety: Being Proactive Part 4

March 23rd, 2020
Welcome back to our Electrical Safety Series on Being Proactive with Bill’s Quality Electric, LLC. So far we have been doing a home tour to help spot electrical hazards to help us to be more aware of what could create an electrical shock or…

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Electrical Safety: Is Your Home Speaking to You?

March 12th, 2020
The signs are everywhere. Buzzing noises, breakers tripping, the smell of plastic melting, the smoky look on an outlet with wiring gone wrong. It seems that unless we are dealing with something not working properly that is obvious and…

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