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  • EV Charging Stations: 4 Things to Know Before You Bid

    EV Charging Stations: 4 Things to Know Before You Bid

    Though they’re still a long way from being a major force on the road, electric vehicles are slowly becoming more popular as a driving option. Rising fuel costs is certainly one factor in this increase in EV popularity.

  • 5 Surprising Reasons Your Client’s GFCI Could Be Tripping

    5 Surprising Reasons Your Client’s GFCI Could Be Tripping

    If a GFCI unit keeps tripping, though, the reality is less than ideal. A good portion of these units are installed in damp or humid areas where water could cause shorts, and if you get called in because a GFCI keeps tripping then that’s probably the first thing you’ll check. If it’s not water that’s the culprit, though, here are a few other options you might consider.

  • Handling a Safety Recall: Best Practices

    Handling a Safety Recall: Best Practices

    There is no standard procedure for how to handle safety recalls that affect parts and equipment that you’ve already installed. The risks involved can vary greatly, and in some cases, there may not be any risk at all to your customer once the item is installed.

  • Dust in Electrical Equipment: A Hidden Hazard

    Dust in Electrical Equipment: A Hidden Hazard

    Electricians need to take extra care when dealing with dust. While it may be tempting to just blow the dust out of certain pieces of equipment, if precautions aren’t taken, then something this simple can lead to a major blow-out. This danger is why flammable dust is used to define Class II hazardous locations by the National Fire Prevention Association.

  • Are Business Cards Still Worth the Investment?

    Are Business Cards Still Worth the Investment?

    Despite the growing number of clients reaching you from your web presence, business cards still have a place. Older clients or those making a conscious effort to disconnect from technology may like to have the card at their fingertips or to give to their friends or relatives when making a referral.

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