The 21st century has given rise to a world full of technology and now you have the opportunity to enable smart-lighting systems in your home or business.
GFCI stands for Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter.
With the push for green energy, more and more American building owners are choosing to build or remodel their buildings to be more sustainable and efficient.
It’s no secret that electric bills can fluctuate greatly, sometimes from one month to the next. Obviously, something is influencing the increase in your bill.
Every day, people around the world flip on light switches, use computers, charge mobile phones, watch television, and store food in refrigerators—all because of electricity.
The electrical demand in businesses today far exceeds that of previous decades.
Chances are, you’ve already heard of all kinds of ways you can save electricity, including the age-old advice to turn off the lights when you leave a room.
Lights, camera, action—what would our world do without electricity? We’ve come a long way from gas lanterns and candles, but the electrical industry is still a changing landsca
Thanks to all the do-it-yourself tutorials on Youtube and TV, you might think you’re ready to wire up your house.