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When the winters here in Atlanta, GA get cold, the heating bill goes up. Small steps can save you up to 20% on your heating bill. Our electrician has a few helpful tips for you to take to keep warm and save money! Tip 1: Keep the fireplace damper closed Tip 2: Turn your thermostat

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Our electrician has a few helpful tips when you re purpose your ceiling fan this winter: Redistribution of warm air makes a room feel warm and more comfortable to you and your family save up to 15% on heating costs Reduces the cost of heating fuel Reduces clutter and electric hazards due to space heaters

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Unplug when not in use – even when they’re not in use, your electronics can still eat up electricity as long as they’re plugged in. Use a power strip-get a power strip, and try to plug as many electronics as you can into it. That way, it won’t be as arduous to individually shut off

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According to the National Fire Protection Association ( NFPA), U.S. fire departments respond to an average of 230 home fires that start with Christmas trees each year. Whether you’re pining for pine, fervent for fir or even if you’re artificial, Christmas tree fires can be avoided by following some simple safety tips. For live trees,

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Buy light with low-wattage bulbs that are UL safety approved. LED lights last longer and are energy-efficient. Check lists before use-place them on a non-flammable surface and plug them in for 15 minutes to ensure that they don’t smoke or melt. Check lights for broken bulbs, cracked sockets, or loose connections and check wires for

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  Install smoke detectors on every level of the home, and make sure at least on is located outside the sleeping area. If you decorate a real tree, water it everyday and prevent lights from coming into contact with tree branches. Turn off or unplug holiday lights when not in use. Never leave lights on

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Never put metal objects in outlets or appliances. Don’t plug too much stuff into one outlet. Never mix water and electricity. Stay away from power lines. Stay away from transformers and substations. Read More!

Did you know that 47,700 home fires in the U.S. are caused by electrical failures or malfunctions each year? Don’t become part of this statistic! According to the National Fire Protection Association, 47,700 home fires in the U.S. are caused by electrical failure or malfunction each year. These fires results in 418 deaths, 1,570 injuries,

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Roughly 3,300 home fires originate in extension cords each year, killing 50 people and injuring 270 more. Extension cords can overheat and cause fire when used improperly, so keep these important tips in mind to protect your home and workplace. Don’t attempt to plug extension cords into one another. Make sure extension cords are properly

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Open curtains during the day to allow sunlight to naturally heat up your home, and close them at night to reduce the chill. Tape clear plastic film to the inside of your window frames. Make sure the plastic is sealed tightly to help reduce cool air coming in. When you’re asleep or out of the

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