Save Energy and Money With LED Lighting

Save Energy and Money With LED Lighting

Traditional lightbulbs are being seen less and less often in homes, and there’s more to the LED lighting trend than simply switching out bulbs. Home electrical upgrades that include LED lighting are far more energy-efficient, making them a better choice for most homes. LED lights provide a better quality of lighting as they are brighter…

Powered Toilets? Yes!

Powered Toilets? Yes!

When you think of necessary locations for electrical outlets in your home, you most likely include your kitchen in your home electrical and lighting plan, in order to power appliances. Likewise, you also probably think of the family room so you can have lights and power for appliances such as televisions and stereos. Bedrooms, also,…

Control Your Bedroom Lights With a Switch

Control Your Bedroom Lights With a Switch

When you are making a home electrical and lighting plan, don’t forget your bedroom. If you want to make your bedroom lighting options more convenient but don’t want a lighting system driven by your tablet or phone, a good option is to install a switch beside your bed that controls all the bedroom lighting. You…

Built-In Vacuum Dustpan

In homes that have hardwood, vinyl, tile, or another type of  uncarpeted flooring, having vacuum dustpans installed in baseboards are home electrical upgrades that make cleanup quick and easy. Instead of dragging out your vacuum and attachments or bending over with a real dustpan, these modern marvels allow you to suck any dust, dirt, and…

If You Think Radon Testing is Too Expensive, Think Again.

When it comes to radon remediation and testing, you’re bound to hear that it’s too expensive and takes too long. Unfortunately, these common myths might turn some homeowners away. The truth is that short term testing isn’t expensive at all. In fact, some test kits are only $15. Additionally, it only takes about two to…

How To Get the Most From a Home Inspection

Home inspections give you a lot of important information about your potential new home. Even if a structure looks clean and neat inside and out, you would not know everything about it until you were living in it. So take advantage of an inspection and get the most from it. Document the Inspection Check with…