Are you now working from home? If that’s the case, do you think you’re as productive as you want to be, or as productive as you can be? Demonstrating high productivity when working from home only adds to our argument that we’re doing a better job at home than we’ve ever done in the office.
Is your home office gear and infrastructure supporting your optimal productivity? If not, we have a few electrical suggestions for your home office that have shown to be successful for thousands of other home workers.
Outlets – If you attempt to add electrical outlets or lighting to a room on your own, you could be making some serious mistakes that put your equipment and home at risk. Here are some of the most common wiring mistakes and how an electrician can help you avoid them.
Many homes built decades ago were not prepared to accommodate today’s electronic demands. As a result, many rooms have fewer outlets than the modern homeowner or resident requires. Extension cords offer a workaround, but they aren’t particularly safe or appealing.
They might be a tripping hazard and clog up the area. Why not simply install more outlets?
Dedicated Circuits – A dedicated circuit for your home office is a terrific method to keep your work and equipment separate from the rest of the house. If you have a lot of electronic devices and equipment, such as PCs, laptops, tablets, printers, and scanners, this is extremely crucial. A dedicated circuit isolates the equipment from adjacent circuits, ensuring uninterrupted operations.
Added Protection – A sudden surge of power can fry your expensive home office equipment, and you never know when it will happen. Fortunately, you can protect yourself from such dangers. For example, a surge protector or surge suppressor diverts excess electricity from your equipment to the ground. Despite the fact that many outlets have this feature, a whole-house surge suppressor is a better way to secure your home.
When it comes to upgrading your electrical wiring for your home office please choose Transformation Electric! Contact us today at 724-266-7177. [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]