Electrical Supply Resources

Wires can become damaged quite frequently. Depending on what type of connection you need, you might use crimp wire connectors,...
Old homes typically use aluminum wiring, which can cause electrical hazards. Save money on rewiring by opting for electrical connectors.
Weather ratings, like damp location, wet location, and dry location, inform you where you can use a bulb. Discover the...
Dimmers offer flexibility in lighting and ambience and can additionally save you money. To choose a dimmer, choose a light...
If you want to replace your outlets, consider tamper resistant outlets. Tamper resistant outlets provide protection from electrical shocks and...
Routine testing can ensure your GFCI outlets work properly as well as let you know when it's time to replace...
Change your outlets when you notice signs of damage, like cracks or gaps. If you notice the outlet overheating, or...
Dimmers require compatible bulbs that reach a certain load level or power level in order to work. Read our guide...
California's joint appendix 8 revision, or JA8, gives the consumer a broader range of energy efficient product choices and becomes...
Prevent injury or hazardous situations by keeping your cords organized. You can keep your cords organized with a few tools....
NEMA and UL announced changes for Ground-Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) standards. Find out more about these changes and what they...
Before you purchase your electrical or lighting products, ensure that they meet the safety standards and requirements and have certifications....
Klein Tools wire labels offer many advantages over traditional wire labels. These wire labels feature a strong material and any...
Mobile home owners and two people living in the same home are each eligible for tax credit. Find out who...
ETL stands for Electrical Testing Labs and ensures that an electrical product gets tested, inspected, and the public can use...
A UL-listed product passes the Underwriter Laboratories' safety requirements for use by consumers and in businesses. UL-listed products may include...
Product certifications tell you more about the quality and safety of the products you buy. Read our guide to learn...
AFCIs and GFCIs are both NEC requirements to increase the safety and reduce the risk of injury within buildings. Read...
After deciding to replace your outdated outlets with GFCI outlets, you need to know the different types of outlets. Read...
Wago splicing connectors makes splicing stranded, fine stranded, and solid stranded conductors for electrical installation easier. See what the Wago...
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