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Electrical / Lighting

Top Tips for Lighting and Interior Design

Top Tips for Lighting and Interior Design

by Emily Hall on Aug 30, 2013

Whichever room of your house you are decorating, light is an important part of the equation and thanks to the latest technology you have a huge range of options. It's easy to underestimate the importance of light in interior design. Good lighting can make a small room feel larger. Continue reading →

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Bring Your Home to Life with Intelligent LED Lighting

Bring Your Home to Life with Intelligent LED Lighting

by Roger on Nov 5, 2013

LED technology has become a hot property in the consumer lighting market and anyone can jump on the bandwagon to see what the fuss is all about. Here is a look at how you can decorate your home with LED lighting, inside and out. From strip lights to flood lights, the options are endless. Giving your home a makeover is a great way to reinvigorate your love of the place and shed new light on rooms and spaces that might not have been getting much love recently. Continue reading →

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3 Types of Renewable Energy for Your Home

3 Types of Renewable Energy for Your Home

by Michele Duchet on Nov 8, 2013

Renewable energy consists of energy sources that do not have a finite supply. Energy that is created by the sun, wind, or running water can be used in perpetuity, unlike resources such as natural gas and oil which will eventually run dry. Renewable energy has a number of benefits over traditional energy resources. These energy sources help the environment, allow you to save money on your monthly utility budget, and create a more sustainable living environment. Here are three types of renewable energy that can keep your home running smoothly while having a limited impact on the environment. Continue reading →

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How to Save Electricity During Your Beauty Routine

How to Save Electricity During Your Beauty Routine

by Michele Duchet on Nov 20, 2013

Your daily beauty routine can put a lot of stress on your household energy grid. From your blow dryer to a long hot bath, your daily routine can cost you a lot on your utility bill and also do some damage to the environment. If you are concerned with taking care of yourself and the Earth, here are some ways to conserve energy when you get ready for the day. Continue reading →

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How to Choose the Best Modern Lighting for Your Home

How to Choose the Best Modern Lighting for Your Home

by Craig Daniel on Jun 25, 2014

The traditional lighting system has been almost fully replaced by affordable modern lighting. People don’t really like the old fashioned tracks that were so popular just a generation ago. Instead, they want modern styles and designs that create moods that are relaxing and elegant. Continue reading →

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5 Ways to Improve Your Home's Energy Efficiency

5 Ways to Improve Your Home's Energy Efficiency

by Isabella Rossellini on Dec 10, 2014

Are you wondering how to make your home energy efficient? Becoming more efficient can have a vast impact on your electricity bill and make it much easier for you to maintain your home for a lower monthly investment. While there are many options for making your home efficient, five stand out as both practical and inexpensive. Continue reading →

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Stained Glass Lamps and How they Can Make Your House Look Better

Stained Glass Lamps and How they Can Make Your House Look Better

by Guest on Feb 10, 2015

There are different ways to make your house look inviting and attractive, and there are definitely so many types of accessories that will make your house look the way you want it to. One of the best and perhaps ideal accents to use in a house is the stained glass lamps. Continue reading →

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Things You Should Know About Electrical System Inspections

Things You Should Know About Electrical System Inspections

by Boris Dzhingarov on Feb 14, 2015

When a home inspector comes to your property, the electrical system will surely be checked. This is usually done at a visual level but there are situations in which more work is done in the event that something is noticed. We need to understand that home safety is paramount and problems that appear with the electrical system can be damaging. Continue reading →

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Learn How Solar Power can Work for You

Learn How Solar Power can Work for You

by Guest on Jul 18, 2015

Solar is the energy source of the future, and you can start harnessing this incredible energy for your own personal use right now. Over the past several years, many advances have been made in solar technology, allowing more effective systems to be built inexpensively. Continue reading →

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Understanding the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive

Understanding the Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive

by Guest on Oct 8, 2015

The Waste Electrical and Electronic (WEEE) Directive is a set of guidelines from the European community that dictates how electrical goods and appliances should be recycled and disposed of. The directive originally launched in 2002 and has gone through a few rounds of revisions in years since. Continue reading →

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