A GFCI can save your life!

A GFCI can save your life!

The National Electrical Code now requires GFCI’s in the bathroom, garages, and outdoor outlets of all new homes. Why do you need a GFCI? Electricity and water don’t mix. If your hair dryer falls in water while it’s plugged in, the electric shock can kill you…even if...
Residential Landscape Lighting

Residential Landscape Lighting

Combine safety and security with style We can install lighting outdoors for safety and security, or to highlight features such as walkways, pools, patios and landscaping.  From post lanterns and spotlights, to recessed cans and decorative walkway and deck lighting, we...
Knob & Tube Wiring

Knob & Tube Wiring

Knob and Tube Wiring, also called Open wiring, was a common wiring method used in the early 1900’s to the late 1940’s. Knob & Tube Wiring is a single conductor, ungrounded system, where electricity is brought to different areas of the home by running copper...