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Are flickering lights dangerous?

According to the National Fire Protection Association, 57% of all residential electrical fires are caused by “electrical distribution,
lighting, and power transfer”. Your panels and meter, are part of the electrical distribution and power transfer system in your home. Sometimes wiring within these components can fail, and when it does, it can cause all sorts of problems. It can cause:

  • higher electric bills
  • flickering lights
  • loss of power
  • and it can be a fire hazard when bad wiring overheats

 
We can help!

The picture is from a customer who called about flickering lights. The inspection on their electrical service showed that the meter base on the house had failed. We were able to get the customer back up and running same day. How can we help you?

*source: National Fire Prevention Association


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