To understand why LEDs are much more energy efficient than incandescent or fluorescent lighting, you must first understand how different lights work. We discuss how LEDs work in comparison to incandescent and fluorescent lights.
We love LED bulbs.They’re energy saving superstars in the lighting industry. But they’re also divas that demand a high-price and a little pampering. Learn what makes an LED fail and how you can get best results.
Do you know what to look for in a standby generator for your home or business? We answer questions about generator sizes, types, features, cost and explain what to expect before and during installation.
Thinking of going solar? We explain what you should know before going solar: finding a qualified installer, calculating your solar need, whether solar will work on your roof, whether you need a battery, how utilities credit excess power, financing options, and tax incentives.
Your solar installer should be licensed, bonded, insured, and NABCEP certified. The North American Board Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) certification is the gold standard for solar installation certifications in the renewable energy industry.
In Arizona, the cost to cool your home paired with high utilities can suck the fun out of any homeowner’s wallet. If you’re considering renewable energy alternatives to reduce your electric bill, you may want to take a few steps to reduce your power consumption and make your home more energy efficient.
A GFI or GFCI is a switch or breaker that protects against electric shock caused by ground faults. An AFCI is a switch or breaker that protects against electrical fires caused by arc faults. Are you protected?
Finding the right bulb is not exactly an easy thing to do. It’s a bit challenging and time consuming to find the right bulb, but on the other hand, it can also be rather rewarding as well. Here you have some great ideas that may come in handy. Pick a model with the...
An unlicensed “electrician” isn’t an electrician. Anyone who will perform electrical services for a fraction of the cost is most likely unlicensed and unqualified to perform electrical services. Here’s why you should hire a licensed, bonded, and insured professional.