Home generators are convenient ways for homeowners to remain connected to sources of power should a power shortage occurs, or your local electrical grid fails. Whether you are new to using a generator, or have some experience using one, there are a few things you should know to be aware of going forward.
Power outages are unexpected hazards that can leave you and your family in limbo. Without power supply, indoor-and-outdoor lighting goes out, food in the refrigerator spoils, heat and air conditioning units won’t operate, among other issues.
As winter comes to a close, in comes the spring, and spring-cleaning mode! Along with the duties of spring cleaning comes other to-dos on the list to be checked off. One of them should be monitoring your business or home electrical work to see if anything needs to be updated.
Due to recent events involving COVID-19 (Coronavirus), we want to assure you that Lakepointe Electric has a business continuity plan in place to protect our employees, customers and business. We are consistently adapting to this situation as it unfolds.
Electrical codes are the guidelines electricians use to protect home-and-businessowners. While electrical workers inspect your home or business, they are looking for certain criteria to determine what kind of work needs to be done so that safety is the top priority. Here at Lakepointe Electric, we understand what to do to be compliant with electrical codes so that you don’t have to!