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How to Melt Away Your Snow-Shoveling Chores

EasyHeat, Inc.

How to Melt Away Your Snow-Shoveling Chores

With winter now in force, the snow shovel and bag of ice-melting pellets have returned like migrating songbirds to their seasonal perches on my back deck. I live in a part of southeast New England that doesn’t get a lot of snow, on average, but is also quite capable of getting buried if a nor’easter follows just the right track up the coast.
Today’s EV Chargers Powering Up Functionality

Siemens Industry, Inc.

Today’s EV Chargers Powering Up Functionality

The electric vehicle (EV) market has had a great 2022, reaching approximately 6% of total U.S. auto and truck sales in the third quarter. While that might seem a small percentage, consider that it’s up from just 2.2% during the same quarter in 2020.
TV Boxes and Other Specialty Products

Arlington Industries, Inc.

TV Boxes and Other Specialty Products

There’s no getting around it. A lot of people spent a lot more time in their homes the past few years. And while some of it was by choice, not all of it was.

I retired from electrical work and work my copywriting business totally from home now.

That was a choice.
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Install 3-way Lighting Control Without Needing Traveler Wires

Lutron Electronics Co., Inc.

Install 3-way Lighting Control Without Needing Traveler Wires

I’ll bet this has happened to you. You’re elbows deep in a wiring project, or lost in a trance-like state, figuring out a major troubleshooting problem.

Suddenly, a tap on the shoulder and a quiet “excuse me” interrupts you, sending a jolt right down your spine.
Residential Premises Wiring for Better Data Connectivity

Hubbell Wiring Systems

Residential Premises Wiring for Better Data Connectivity

Right now, I’m writing this article from the comfort of my side yard. Sitting on my bench under the tree, cup of coffee on the table in front of me. And I’m totally connected to the internet via an access point in my office about 30 feet away.
Keeping Electrical Connections Dry in Wet and Damp Locations

King Innovation

Keeping Electrical Connections Dry in Wet and Damp Locations

Water and electricity don’t mix – that’s something we all learn at a pretty early age. But still, there are times when even the wettest locations require power. In applications from pool lighting to irrigation systems and outdoor outlets, contractors are often called on to make electrical connections that can remain watertight over years of use.
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