Electrical Safety Tips

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Your Home's Electrical Panelā€”Knowledge is Safety

Knowledge is power. Knowledge about power is safety.

Is Your Home's Wiring a Fire Hazard?

Old materials can cause significant danger over time.

Safety Precautions When Using Electrical Equipment

Understanding the shocking truth can be a lifesaver.

Electrical Hazard Prevention

4 tips to keep you from shock.

How Ground Fault Protection Works

Just what does GFCI mean anyway?

The Dos and Don'ts of Electrical Safety

What to do and not do when it comes to home electrical safety may not all be common sense. What can you do to prevent an electrical tragedy in your home?

How to Attach a Jumper Wire around a Water Meter

It provides a better path for electricity.

The 10 Most Dangerous Electrical Safety Hazards

Electricity and water form a fatal combination.

The Dangers of Burning Copper Wiring

Beware of the dangers of burning copper wiring!

GFCI Electrical Outlets in the Bathroom

GFCI stands for Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter.

How to Hide Cables and Wires Under Carpet

Wires and cables are not only unsightly, but also a tripping hazard. Fix your problem by hiding them under the carpet in 3 steps.

Portable Generator Safety Tips

Consumers should know that portable generators can be hazardous if used improperly. The hazards are:

Electrical Safety for Children

To help keep kids electrically safe at home and at school, the Electrical Safety Foundation International

Electrical Safety and Hazard FAQs

Each year many Americans are injured in and around their homes. Unsafe conditions such as overloaded

How To Insulate Electrical Outlets

Electrical outlets fitted to an outside wall can allow cold air to leak into your home so you need to

6 Benefits of Copper Wiring

Copper wiring has been around for many years and is still commonly used today. With copper wiring, you

5 Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter Facts

A ground fault circuit interrupter, of GFCI, is a special type of electrical switch or receptacle with

Organizing Cords and Cables

If you've ever been inside a telephone central office or switching center or even just seen pictures