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    5 Home Electrical Safety Tips You Should Know

    You love electricity. Not only does it keeps you warm in the winter, but it also keeps you cool in the summer. Electricity helps us cook food and keep the lights on. Think of all the other features and appliances in your home that utilize electricity…Read More

  2. Signs You Need to Upgrade Your Electrical System

    Like all things in life, electrical systems wear out. And because your electrical system does its job (light switches work, appliances buzz with life, and your sprinkler system comes on like clockwork), we don’t think much about it. Herein lies the…Read More

  3. Kids and Safety in the Home: How to Keep Your Kids Safe around Electricity and Heating and Cooling Systems

    Accidents are the leading cause of children ages one to 14. About 100 kids a year die from accidental electrocution, usually in the home. Most of these deaths are preventable. Home Furniture, Plumbing, Electrical, & Heating in Kankakee cares abou…Read More

  4. What to Know When the Power Goes Out

    It’s that time of year where the weather shifts and bad storms roll in. When the winds pick up here in Kankakee, it’s not uncommon for the power to go out. Given that it isn’t so uncommon, you should be prepared to handle a storm where you find…Read More

  5. How Your Electrician Can Help You Improve Your Home’s Lighting

    When it comes to your home’s lighting, you want to be able to do more than simply see around the home in the dark. You want the lighting to play a positive role in the look and feel of your home. If you are thinking about upgrading the lighting in …Read More

  6. The Biggest Electrical Dangers In Your Home

    While you might be aware that sticking your fork into a toaster is a bad plan, the other electrical dangers in your home might be a bit more shocking. If you want to ensure your home is safe from electrical fires and other electrical hazards, check o…Read More

  7. 7 Electrical Projects You Shouldn’t Do Yourself

    If you don’t know anything about electricity, you probably shouldn’t take on anything more complicated than changing your light bulbs and replacing switch plates or outlet covers. Anything more complex than that and you could easily get electrocu…Read More

  8. 5 Ways Any Homeowner Can Evaluate The Need For Electrical Services

    Electrical hazards are more common than we all realize, and the results can be costly. Last month, students at Kankakee Junior High School had to evacuate due to an electrical fire that was caused by a short in the control board. Back in July, anothe…Read More