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2 Mar 2017

Always Hire A Licensed Electrical Contractor

It is very important that you never attempt to perform electrical work in your home or business by yourself. Electricians go through rigorous training and continuing education to make sure electrical work is done safely and accurately. Electrical work performed improperly can cause severe harm to both life and property. Injuries caused by electrical accidents are too dangerous to make it worth the risk. There is also the risk of the repair not being up to code when you perform electrical work on your own. This could potentially be a huge problem down the road because faulty electrical wiring is the number one cause of house fires in the country. Be sure to hire a local, licensed and insured, electrician and keep the safety of you…
9 Jul 2016

Our Electrical Team And Services

Wired Energy Electrical Contractor LLC is a family owned and operated business. With over a decade of experience, we are dedicated to taking care of all your residential or commercial electrical needs. We are committed to compliance, safety, and perfection and will do what it takes to make each of these a statement of who we are. There is not an electrical need that is too big or too small. We are confident that our customers will find complete satisfaction with our company each and every time as our #1 business goal is to make all of our customers glad they chose Wired Energy. If you are in need of residential or commercial electrical services then please call today for a free estimate…
9 Nov 2015

Five Things To Renovate When Purchasing A Used Home

Home renovations, especially those involving plentiful of demolition can be a very dusty affair. This nasty dust can easily free flow through the air and into your house to form a thick film on your entire furniture, possessions and the floor. To save yourself from arising potential health issues and hassles of cleaning, try the followings tips: The quickest and the easiest step to take are to keep all doors and windows closed especially while the work is being undertaken. The rooms which do not require access during construction should be locked away. This would mitigate the spread of dust and debris in a big way. Another effective tip to control construction dust is to hang plastic drop cloths known as zipwalls around the area of renovation.…


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