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  • Have You Been Impacted by the Recent Storm in Dallas?
    Have You Been Impacted by the Recent Storm in Dallas?

    On Sunday, June 9, 2019 a massive storm ripped through the heart of Dallas, including much of North Dallas spreading all the way up as far north as Frisco, Plano, and Carrollton. The storm was known ...

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  • What To Know About Power Overloads
    What To Know About Power Overloads

    In my last few articles , I’ve been talking about the importance of safety, and how best to keep your home safe. But I know you don’t typically call an electrician just to make sure that your home ...

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  • Avoid Lightning Strike and Power Surge Damage By Top Dallas Electrician
    Avoid Lightning Strike and Power Surge Damage By Top Dallas Electrician

    Every summer, more and more homes experience outages in their electric systems. As a top Dallas Electrician, my electricians and I see the effects of these outages every day. They can be devastating, ...

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  • How To Protect Your Home From Lighting Strikes
    How To Protect Your Home From Lighting Strikes

    30% of all surges/outages are caused by lightning strikes . The strike doesn’t even have to be a direct hit on your home but can occur within half a mile. As a matter of fact, the majority of surges ...

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  • Best Frisco Electrician | Never Go Without Electricity
    Best Frisco Electrician | Never Go Without Electricity

    Losing power during a storm is always frustrating, particularly during storm season. But if you ask the best Frisco electrician how to prevent power outages, his answer is likely to be the same every ...

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  • How To Protect Your Home From Power Blackouts
    How To Protect Your Home From Power Blackouts

    With a round of government-imposed environmental constraints, a lack of desire by the utilities to install new capacity, forecasts of higher-than-average temperatures, and the continuation of the ...

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