Electrical Supply Resources

For electrical safety months, follow a few tips to help avoid potential electrical hazards. Follow these fifteen safety tips to...
In 2018, California became the first state in the United States to require solar panels on all newly constructed homes....
Switch to USB outlets to easily plug your phone directly into the wall to charge it, without use of an...
When upgrading your receptacles to USB-enabled outlets, you need to ensure that you do so safely. Follow the steps to...
USB wall sockets improve convenience and allow you to charge your device without an adapter. When choosing a USB outlet,...
USB outlets allow you to plug your charger directly into the wall without an adapter. Different types of ports include...
The National Electric Code (NEC) requires that all home have ground fault circuit interrupters, or GFCI outlets. These outlets detect...
Test your outlets regularly, at least once a month, to ensure they still function. If your outlets show crack, signs...
Check your outlets for signs of age or damage. Find more reasons to replace your old outlet with a GFCI!
Take note of a few safety tips before installing wire connections. When working with wiring, we recommend contacting an electrician,...
Reduce your carbon footprint with a few changes around the office. See what changes you can make around the office...
Wage offers two splicing wire connectors, the Wago 222 and the Wago 221. Check out this blog to see advantages...
The 2017 NEC National Electrical Code, article 680 code was amended for added protection of all new pool installations. See...
The 27,000 LED light show brightening Pittsburgh’s Rachel Carson Bridge comes to an end on April 8, 2018. Officials intend...
Circuits and outlets come in either 15-amp or 20-amp options, and the amperage of the outlet must never exceed the...
It's International Women's Day! Today, we're extending our gratitude to some female innovators.
The National Electrical Code, or NEC, releases changes that help increase the safety of electrical installations. Find the top ten...
GFCI breakers and receptacles keep you safe from electric shocks and fires. Use a GFCI outlet in areas with a...
Ground fault circuit interrupters monitor all electricity flowing to and from the outlet to protect against shock hazards and electrical...
Electrical trips can occur due to worn out insulation, conductive dust or debris, water, or electrical wiring deterioration. Discover more...
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