Preparing Your Roof For Snow

Preparing Your Roof For Snow Your roof is the first defender against all severe weather. For this reason, your roof should be prepared to encounter any predicted weather in the upcoming season. Accuweather predicts that frequent storms will bring the snowfall to above-normal for the Northeastern area of the US. It’s important to understand what […]

Prevent Water Damage to your Wallet

Prevent Water Damage to your Wallet The smallest amounts of water can cause major damage to your floors, walls, cabinets, etc. The damage can cost you well over thousands of dollars in damages to your home and business. Once you’ve discovered water damage, time is of the essence. A study by the Institute of Business & Home […]

Explaining To Your Clients The Difference Between “Licensed, Bonded, and Insured”

Explaining To Your Clients The Difference Between “Licensed, Bonded, and Insured” When potential customers are looking for new contractors, they prefer to see words such “licensed, bonded, and insured” however, most do not know what the difference is. Take the time to explain these terms, in the most understandable way, and protect and boost your […]

Why You Should Never Work With Live Electricity

Why You Should Never Work With Live Electricity As we all know, working with electricity is dangerous. A good electrician will always make sure they turn off the power source, test to make sure it is off, and still work cautiously as if the wires were still hot. Often, when the appropriate precautions are not […]

Must Haves For Your Electrical Safety Kit

Must Haves For Your Electrical Safety Kit Electricians are always at risk for the dangerous exposure to electricity. Electrical injuries due to shock, electrocution, fires and explosions can range from severe burns, blindness, hearing and memory loss from the pressure wave, broken bones and even death. Electrical safety standards set by the Occupational Safety and […]

Wearing Jewelry as an Electrician: A Safety Hazzard?

Wearing Jewelry as an Electrician: A Safety Hazzard On average, electrocutions kills about 140 contractors each year. We all know the risk electricians take when their career revolves around a risky condition. The most common injury due to electrical shocks can cause moderate to severe burns. This commonly happens to your hands, heels or your […]

How To Prevent Damage from Water Heaters This Season

How To Prevent Damage from Water Heaters This Season Over the past few years, water damage claims have increased more than any other components of homeowner insurance. It is important to understand your insurance policy and be aware of what your current coverage is. Water heater damage could be costly and time-consuming. Before this season’s weather […]

Tips for Fire Safety At the Workplace

Tips for Fire Safety At the Workplace CareerBuilder recently took a poll that found that nearly 1-4 full time employees felt unsure about how to respond in an emergency situation. As an employer, it is important to prepare your employees and workplace in the event a fire occurs. According the U.S. Fire Administration, the leading […]