The Startling Truth about Knob-and-Tube Wiring and How to Avoid Costly Mistake Buying Home

Knob and Tube Wiring was one of the first electrical wiring forms to provide power in the US’s homes and buildings. Knob and tube wiring began to be phased out during the 1940s, so if your home or building was built before 1950, you might still run into this type of wiring.  What exactly is…

Lutron Caseta

Lutron Caseta

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Double-Tapped Breaker Explained and Three Important Reasons Why Does it Matter

Understanding the electrical system in your home can be difficult, especially if you see something that isn’t what you expected. If you find a circuit breaker with two conductors in your electrical panel or suspect that two circuits in your home might be connected to the same circuit breaker, you may wonder if the design…

Aluminum Wiring

Many older homes are electrically wired with aluminum wiring.  The thought of this is enough to make some electricians’ hair stand on end (pun intended).  Most people know that aluminum is not a great conductor of electricity, but few know how dangerous it can be when running through a house. What is aluminum wiring? Aluminum…

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