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Why You Need an Electrician

Friday, August 14, 2015

Electrical contractors are crucial to any new build of commercial or residential premises. They can also be incredibly helpful when looking to renovate an existing building, where your expertise is not that skilled. You may feel that you are capable of performing smaller tasks, but where electrics are concerned it is far better being safe than sorry.

Electricians are trained professionals who understand how dangerous the work can be, and how important it is to stick to the strict guidelines. When you are performing any work within your home that involves electrics, you need to consider if you should hire electrical contractors. There are smaller tasks that you may be able to perform with confidence; however, larger jobs may need an expert.

Many people try to do an electrician’s job themselves, which will often lead to problems further down the line. Therefore, making the decision early on in the project to hire contractors will save you both time and money. If you have found that you are in too deep and do not understand what you are doing, you need to hire a professional electrician. They will be able to notify you of the problem and instruct you how to make it better.

Hiring the professionals to carry out the electrical work within your home or business will ensure that everything is done safely. Electricians will be able to install all electrical components around your home. Plugins, ceiling fans, security lighting, light switches and wiring in appliances can all be done with ease. You will be surprised how easy the electricians will make it look; however, they are trained to do their job.

There are many common issues and problems with the wiring in homes all over the world, and typically these issues have arisen from the wrong people performing the tasks. By hiring qualified and experienced electricians, you will be guaranteeing that your home is safe. They will be able to rectify any existing issues, and ensure that all new work is carried out in the correct manner.

 

If you have been having problems for a while, they will source the issue and fix it correctly. Performing jobs around your home and business may seem like a good idea, and you may think that you are saving money, but you should call an electrician the moment that you begin to find problems with the wiring in your home.


Active & Healthy

Thursday, April 18, 2013

Wilsonville Named First “Healthy Eating, Active Living” City in Oregon!         

 

The City of Wilsonville has announced here that it is the first Oregon community to join the “Healthy Eating, Active Living” or HEAL Cities Campaign, a partnership of the Oregon Public Health Institute, League of Oregon Cities and Kaiser Permanente.

 

From the city’s press release: People tend to make healthier choices when healthy options are accessible, affordable, attractive and convenient.

 

In addition, the city also features an entire web page dedicated to Sustainability, found online, here.

 

We’re proud to call Wilsonville, such a Health-Conscience and Eco-Friendly city, our home. But remember, our service area extends throughout the Willamette Valley. Have a great day!

 

ICE Co. Signing Out

 

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