Are there any Hidden Fire Hazards in your Walls?

Although most people are aware that using frayed extension cords and leaving candles burning unattended are dangerous habits, there are still 370,000 house fires in the United States each year that result in fatalities and billions of dollars worth of property damage. Some significant factors that contribute to house fires have nothing to do with…

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Summer Electrical Safety

As the weather warms, it’s important to remember that summer brings with it a number of electrical safety risks that you may not be aware of.  Here at Transformation Electric, we have compiled a list of summer electrical safety tips for you and your family. Keep these tips in mind, and you’ll have a much…

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How to Teach Your Children Electrical Safety

Electricity is a fantastic tool that has revolutionized modern technology, but it can be dangerous if used incorrectly. It comes naturally to us as adults to avoid electrical hazards. Curious children, on the other hand, are prone to mistaking danger for entertainment. At Transformation Electric, we always put our customers’ safety first. Here is our…

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May is Electrical Safety Month: Home Safety Recommendations

It’s National Electrical Safety Month! This is the time of year when we raise awareness about potential electrical hazards. Electrical malfunctions cause an estimated 35,000 home fires, over 1,130 injuries, 500 deaths, and $1.4 billion in property damage each year, according to the Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI). Learning how to use your home’s electrical…

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Electrical Spring Cleaning

When we think of spring cleaning, we usually think of dusting, mopping, and general tidying up, but it’s also a great time to get started on other home maintenance jobs that have been neglected. When you perform electrical spring cleaning, you may instantly transform into your home while also eliminating the possibility of future electrical…

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Things to Know About Generators During Power Outages

Millions of Americans have been without power as a result of the winter storms. In previous years, press sources have indicated that 15 or more people have died as a result of the below-freezing temperatures. It is life-threatening to be exposed to these low temperatures. Improper generator use has also been linked to deaths, as…

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Electric Fireplace Heater Safety Tips

Electric fireplaces are less dangerous than traditional space heaters when it comes to safety. Electric fireplace heaters are much more durable than space heaters, making them practically hard to overturn. Electric fireplace safety rules, like those for traditional space heaters, must be followed. Maintain a Safe Distance from Other Objects Other items such as blankets,…

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Electrical Safety Tips for the Holidays

The holiday season is once again upon us, and many individuals decorate their homes for the occasion. Some families begin their holiday décor around Halloween and alter it every holiday until New Year’s Eve. The idea is to be cautious when decorating your home since no one wants their Christmas season to be marred by…

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Child Proof Outlets

Kids are curious about how things operate. A major source of electricity in the home are associated with electrical outlets. Outlets are advantageously located for simple access, yet dangerously situated within reach of crawling newborns and curious toddlers. Protect yourself and your family from the various risks that exist both inside and outside the home…

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