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Do I Need an Electrical Safety Inspection?

on January 19, 2018

Electrical safety inspections are an annual checkup every homeowner should have. Electricians come to observe and identify any potential issues within your home’s electrical system, and measure its performance to ensure it’s working at peak capacity. Electrical safety inspections should be treated like a doctor’s appointment – they should be scheduled once a year. Annual […]

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15 Winter Electrical Safety Tips

on December 8, 2017

Did you know that there are more house fires in the winter months than in the rest of the year combined? As the weather gets colder and winter wears on in Post Falls, Idaho, more and more electrical products are purchased and used, increasing the likelihood of electrical fires and accidents. According to Electric Safety […]

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How Do GFCI Outlets Work & Does Your Home Need Them?

on November 10, 2017

Protect Your Home and Family with GFCI Outlets A GFCI, or a ground-fault circuit interrupter, is a receptacle or circuit that constantly monitors the electricity flowing and is able to sense any loss of current. If there is an imbalance of current between the ungrounded and grounded conductor of a given circuit, the GFCI will […]

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Hidden Fire Dangers in Your Wall (Wiring Issues that Families Should be Mindful of)

on October 27, 2017

Ensure Safety and Peace of Mind by Tackling these Fire Dangers There is a common misconception that it is difficult to foresee home electrical fire dangers because the wiring is out of sight, behind the walls of our home. After all, you can’t see through walls. Luckily, in most cases where a home’s electrical wiring is […]

Electrical Safety Tips for Halloween Decorations

on October 6, 2017

It is that frightening time of year where ghosts and goblins start to haunt our yards – and we stock up on the some of our favorite spooky themed treats. With all the tricks and treats the Halloween season brings, we would hate for any frightening shocks ruin your holiday. Have a safe and “spooktacular” […]

DIY Home Maintenance Tips for the Fall

on September 29, 2017

Each season your home goes through changes in temperatures, weather conditions, aging, and of course human abuse! In order to keep all your components of your home running smoothly, and to avoid costly repairs later, it’s helpful to conduct seasonal maintenance actions each season.  Since it is starting to cool down this week, this is […]

Fun DIY Outdoor Lighting

on September 22, 2017

With Summer coming to an end and Fall in full swing, enjoy the cooler weather by adding some glamour to your backyard with fun lighting projects. Lights can turn your outdoor space from boring to exciting. Mainstream can help you make your outdoor space light up and be the premier spot for your family get-togethers […]

Accent Lighting for Your Home

on September 15, 2017

Add some accent lighting to your Post Falls home to make different rooms stand out. Installing multiple layers of lighting in your home will help brighten up your rooms. Lights in your home don’t only have to be florescent bulbs that hang from the ceiling. Instead, there are several dynamic options including recessed lighting, chandelier […]

Early Fall Maintenance Tips for Your Home

on September 1, 2017

It may seem like winter is still months away, but it will be here before you know it! The leaves are changing color and will soon begin to fall… You need to make sure your North Idaho home is prepared for the seasonal changes! Early fall maintenance can make your fall and winter seasons easy […]

How Much Money Can You Save by Turning Off the Lights?

on August 25, 2017

This week, we’re bringing to you energy-efficient tips for the home to show what you can save by turning off the lights. Every home is equipped with tons of lights. Some rooms have just one while others, like the kitchen and living room, may have three or four. If you were to count all the […]

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