02 Jul

Fire system troubleshooting

We were recently called to a local grocery store experiencing trouble with one of their fire alarm booster panels (used when there are too many horns and strobes in a building to run off of the main panel). The system showed that there was a trouble on one of the two NAC loops (notification appliance […]

The electrical system is the heart of your building, so take care of it

The electrical system of a building is one of the most important features, as it provides power to the entire structure. It is responsible for powering lights, appliances, and other equipment, as well as providing safety features such as smoke detectors and fire alarms. Ensuring that the electrical system works correctly and is up to […]

The History of Electricity

Electricity has been an integral part of human history for thousands of years. Cave drawings from thousands of year ago depict lightning and other forms of static electricity. Ancient Greek philosophers such as Thales and Anaximander developed theories about electricity, and the ancient Greeks and Romans used electric shocks for medicinal purposes. In the 1700s, […]

Generators and Automatic Transfer Switches for Rural Use

Generators are devices that convert mechanical energy into electrical energy. They are commonly used as a backup power source in case of a power outage, and can also be used as a primary power source in remote locations that do not have access to the electrical grid. Automatic transfer switches (ATS) are devices that automatically […]

12 Jan

Selling your home? Don’t overlook the light fixtures

Upgrading your light fixtures can add value to your home in a number of ways. Here are a few examples: Increased Energy Efficiency: Upgrading to LED light fixtures, for example, can significantly reduce your energy consumption and lower your utility bills. This can be attractive to potential buyers, who may view it as a cost-saving […]