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Ask for proof of insurance

Before starting work on your home, always ask if they are licensed, bonded, and insured. Do not allow your local handyman to perform electrical work. They keep us busy!

Check the Ground Fault Interrupter (GFCI)

Check for a GFCI (Ground Fault Interrupter) if your outside receptacle stops working. The GFCI likely is located next to the electrical panel; it is found inside your home.

Follow wattage requirements

Wattage requirements on light fixtures and appliances matter. For example, if the fixture is rated for 60 watts, don’t use a bulb with more than 60 watts.

Regularly service your Electrical Panel

Service your home’s electric panel by a licensed electrician every two years. Keep panel doors and box covers closed. Dust and moisture are two of the biggest challenges to electrical devices.

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