Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Peace of Mind

We've had a fairly moderate winter, but as we finally hit a stretch of bitterly cold weather how will you stay warm if the power goes out?  You might want to consider backup power.  Even if your budget won't handle an expensive automatic backup generator, you'd be surprised how affordable it can be to have peace of mind knowing you don't have to freeze in the event of a power outage.

Craig Electric can install a safe and convenient way to hookup a portable generator to keep necessities like your gas furnace, refrigerator, even a few lights running.

Contact us today for details

Staying Warm & Safe

This cold day has me wishing for warm blankets and a fire place. Here are some tips to stay safe as winter makes an encore appearance:
Winter safety tips:
Portable Space Heaters -
Keep drapes, clothing, and other flammable objects a safe distance away.
Plug directly into the outlet -avoid using extension cords.
Place in a secure area where they won’t be bothered or kicked causing a fire hazard.
Keep in a dry area to avoid shock risk and corrosion.
Make sure the plug fits in the outlet snug and secure.
Do not run cords under carpet or rugs -this will cause the cord to overheat.
Never leave a space heater unsupervised.
Always turn off and UNPLUG when not in use.  

Electric Blankets and Heating Pads -
Electric blankets and heating pads should not be used at the same time.
Check cords for wear before plugging in.
Unplug the heating pad before getting into bed to avoid overheating and fire risk.
Do not tuck heating blankets under mattresses or place other covers on top.
Avoid folding the heating blanket while it’s on.
Make sure your heating blanket has a mechanism to shut off if overheating occurs.

Contact us for a free quote for additional circuits or receptacles for your safe heating needs