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May 07 2012

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Solar Panel Incentives – The Door To Cleaner Power Is Open

There are a number of reasons U.S. consumers are resistant to solar panelsCost is the number one consideration, as the average cost of installing a residential system is $25,000-$35,000. With generous tax rebates

September 05 2010

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What is a GFCI Outlet
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Understanding the Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI)

A Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) is a type of electrical outlet that should be installed in certain areas of every home. This outlet looks similar to a traditional outlet, but has two additional buttons in the middle of the unit which should read “test” and “reset”

August 04 2010

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How To Avoid Getting Shocked Working With Home Electric

Many homeowners who are willing to do the work of changing a switch or replacing that old ceiling fan do not do the work for fear of getting shocked. It is much easier to follow protocols to avoid getting shocked when working with home electric than it is to do the actual work of those electrical projects needing done.

July 02 2010

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How Electrical Code Changes Effect Your Electrical Contract

About every 3 years in the state of New Jersey (and on the national level via the NEC), the electrical code changes in some way.  This may have an impact on you, your home, and any electrical jobs you may be considering.
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What Are The 3 Wires Sticking Out Of A Ceiling Light Fixture?

An explanation of the 3 wires common to every ceiling light installation: the power wire (black), neutral (white), and the ground wire (green or grey)
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The wires from a ceiling light fixture. Black power wire, white neutral wire, green or grey ground wire.
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