Electrical Supply Resources

Wago connectors make it easy to splice wires together and replace terminal strips and junction boxes. Read our guide to...
Wago connectors ease the splicing process and require no maintenance. Read our guide to learn about the specifics of how...
Effective June 29, 2015, UL revised their UL 943 Standard for Safety for GFCIs. This revision makes it mandatory for...
HomElectrical had a community service opportunity at the Cobb Safety Village. HomElectrical also offered painted light switch wall plates to...
Homes built before 1970 typically use aluminum wiring, which causes several problems. AlumiConn Aluminum to Copper lugs allow you to...
While we recommend contacting an electrician for any electrical repair, this guide can help you follow along to see what...
The following insurance companies accept all Consumer Product Safety Commission approved repairs, including the AlumiConn Aluminum to Copper Lug. Read...
If you notice signs of an aluminum wiring issue, like flickering lights or hot to touch electrical outlets or light...
See the steps to install a new GFCI receptacle! We recommend contacting an electrician to install your GFCI, but this...
A UL-listed device means that they tested the device, and it meets their requirements for safety. Learn about the different...
GFCI stands for Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter outlets, while GFI stands for Ground Fault Interrupter. Many electricians refer to GFCI...
GFCI stands for Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter, which shuts off if it detects a current flowing down the wrong path....
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