Circuit breakers are great protection for preventing system overload or fire hazards, but there’s a more specialized electrical component that’s meant to protect people, especially in places where people and water might mix. Let’s get wired!
What a perfect Saturday for a Charity 5k benefiting The Hough Foundation! A beautiful day with so many beautiful people! Thank you to all that participated and a special Thanks to our sponsors! We couldn’t have done it without your support. BELFOR Property Restoration, HD Supply, Lovett Inc., One Up Solutions Northwest, Inc. Lifetime Exteriors,
It’s rare that the property exterior doesn’t reveal something about the property interior. What is the appearance of your property conveying to potential renters? How can you improve that impression? I have suggestions! Let’s get wired!
It’s time to spring forward! Squires Electric recommends that you schedule some basic safety checks around the changes in season to protect people and property from harm. I have a few key action items for spring that I want to share. Let’s get wired!
Believe it or not, there’s more to electricianing than a hammer and electrical tape. We use a lot of tools unique to the trade to ensure the job is done safely and effectively. I want to share a few of them with you right now. Let’s get wired!
Arc Fault Circuit Interrupters, or AFCIs, are relatively new, first entering the National Electrical Code in 1999 in response to demands for better prevention of electrical fires. They are typically found in the form of a circuit breaker, in-wall device, or integrated into a power cord. The AFCI function is to measure current and open
Thanksgiving approaches! One thing in the menu that visiting friends and family alike can all agree on is SAFETY. Squires recommends a few quick checks to make sure that nothing interrupts when creating holiday memories.