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Electrical Wiring

Help kick off May as National Electrical Safety Month by checking to ensure that your outlets and/or extension cords are not overloaded.

According to the Electrical Safety Foundation International (ESFI) each year, home electrical fires in the U.S. are responsible for 450 deaths, more than 1,500 injuries, and $1.5 billion in property damage.  Most of these fires could of been easily prevented if wires were removed from under rugs, cords that may be frayed or damaged were replaced, and not to be emphasized too much but outlets and/or extension cords were checked that they were not overloaded.

Fire is not the only danger caused by electricity.  Each year, many are injured or killed from the effects of it.  We would like to encourage all to think about the potential home electrical hazards especially with the changes in technology.  That is why we support this years campaign of the ESFI, "Be in the Know about the New".  They have a free downloadable toolkit that helps educate us about the technologies of today, the future, and how they effect your existing home electrical system. 

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